G&G GPM92 Pistol GBB Airsoft Pistol with Case (Tan)[M01D00 / SF03][34884 / GAS-GPM-92F-DBB-NCM / GAS-GPM-92F-DBB-UCM]
Enter the beautiful, refined, and elegant. Welcome into your arsenal, the GPM92. The GMP92 features full metal externals. The slide features engraved trademarks from Guay Guay Armament, adding to the elegant look of the pistol, The grip features the Guay Guay logo with textured grip panels, making the pistol look, feel, and perform as authentic as possible to the real steel replica.Internally, the pistol utilizes green gas as it's power source. The G&G research and development department has created the GPM92 to be extremely resistant to freezing because of their innovative Whirl Cylinder Valve system, allowing the user to shoot off multiple rounds at a time without worrying about the cooldown effect. This negates the worry for any frost buildup in normal applications. Because of these designs, the pistol is extremely gas efficient, being able to clear through more than one magazine on a single charge. The magazine is also built to withstand high amounts of pressure with the collapsible safety valve inside the magazine, releasing gas to avoid the magazine from blowing up if the gas pressure is too high. If you're looking for a well refined, well built pistol to run as a primary or a side arm, made by one of the most reputable airsoft companies in the industry, then your search ends here. Welcome the GPM92 to the family. It'll make a great addition.
Manufacturer: G&G Armament
Muzzle Velocity: 300-330 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 27 rounds
Package Includes: Gun, magazine, BB loader, and Pistol Case
- Durable metal construction
- Integrated 20mm accessory rail
- Advanced Safety release Valve
- Revolutionary Whirl Cylinder Valve
- Realistic appearance
- 27 round magazine capacity
- Pistol Case
- Gas is NOT included.
- Manufacturer: G&G
I was always wanting to get a M9 but never knew which one to get io found this gun and was so happy when it cam. Best GBB pistol out there.
will kjw m9 magazines work for this gun
738 days ago
(I have this same question)
No, these use G&G only.
738 days ago