KSC M93R II 2011 purchase
|Model||M93R II (Full Metal Version)|
|Shoot modes||Single Semi-auto Auto|
|Range||50 feet (15.24 meters)|
|Weight||1300 grams (2.87 lbs)|
|Creation date||August 17, 2011|
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Shortly after KSC released the new gas system "System 7" they re-released a series of pistols with the new system. The M93R was originally a good gas pistol, KSC improved on this with the system 7. A full metal M93R "mark two" was released into the market. I was lucky enough to get one about 3 months before they got on the british market thanks to "elite shooting centre".
The model is a modified M93 R. The R standing for "raffica" which is allegidly italian for "burst". The real version used by the Italian anti-terror squads only has semi-auto, 4 round burst and a safety which can only engage when the hammer is cocked. The birth of the M93R came about as the Italian police force wanted a machine pistol that was small enough to use in the small Italian towns and streets. Beretta was awarded the contract and the M93R came into service.
The pistol has a fold down diagonal foregrip which in real life acts as stability when using the burst function. However, the science has shown that accuracy is improved with a wider support. This means that as an airsoft pistol, the M93R II is a very maneuverable and accurate pistol.
After owning this pistol for several months and comparing to an older M93R, I would say this is the best pistol I have ever owned. On conparison to all pistols on the market, I would say it is this is up on top with the other top performers. It allows for the expandability of most berettas with only a child sized handful of problems.
The pistol fires nice and powerful with a decent FPS and well working firing settings. The recoil is powerful but not over the top. I found that it works better on green gas. The magazines hold a large enough capacity to justify the fully automatic setting however, the magazines are so large I have struggled to find pistol pouches that hold them. Fully liscensed engraving is a nice feature which adds to the authenticity of such a individual pistol.
Unforunately there are down sides...
The pistol was expensive to start with and at £50 a magazine... its not much cheaper to own afterwards. You can purchase a stock for this making is a true machine pistol however it comes at a cost of around £60. There are no real rail attachment options unless you modifiy a TM M93R solution OR get a custom machined part from Wolf Armouries or RedWolf Airsoft. Due to the amount of gas being expelled each round, the magazine cools extremely quickly and will cause the gun to seize on a very cold day. This is a inherent gas problem but is exacerbated but the full auto and burst settings.
I would recommend this pistol to any one I know however, I wouldnt recommend it for people who like accessories on their side arms... This pistol simply doesnt have the expandability for asthetics such as rail mounted optics.