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Post by kiran2608 » Tue Jan 07, 2014 6:50 pm

Hi Forumers,

I have ordered M92 FS Gas Blow back pistol from Hongkong and I have received the first shipment. I am expecting my second shipment too shortly.

In the first shipment, the pistol has been dissembled in to parts ( even a small spring and nut has been removed and packed separately). I can actually assemble the pistol following the user manual etc. But I just don't want to take risk. My small mistake may spoil the accuracy and the range of the pistol.

So I am looking for some pistol expert in Bangalore, who can assemble the pistol with out damaging it :-)

Can any help me out in finding the right person?

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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by TC » Wed Jan 08, 2014 6:28 am

Just curious. Do they ship these guns fully disassembled as you mention or, did you place order for a kit set ?
I am sure you will set some help from our members in your city. Congrats

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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by kiran2608 » Wed Jan 08, 2014 7:24 am

Yes, they ship only the dessembled guns as they are rare aware of indian customs. And that is the reason I have received the packet at my door step with out any call or notification from customs.

I am still waiting for the forum members inputs to identify the gun expert.

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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by xl_target » Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:45 am

In the first shipment, the pistol has been dissembled in to parts ( even a small spring and nut has been removed and packed separately). I can actually assemble the pistol following the user manual etc. But I just don't want to take risk. My small mistake may spoil the accuracy and the range of the pistol.
How many people on here, do you think, have actually assembled a Gas blowback pistol?
What makes you think that they can do it any better than you can? :)
Read the directions several times and go for it.
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Post by TC » Wed Jan 08, 2014 7:44 pm

xl_target wrote:
In the first shipment, the pistol has been dissembled in to parts ( even a small spring and nut has been removed and packed separately). I can actually assemble the pistol following the user manual etc. But I just don't want to take risk. My small mistake may spoil the accuracy and the range of the pistol.
How many people on here, do you think, have actually assembled a Gas blowback pistol?
What makes you think that they can do it any better than you can? :)
Read the directions several times and go for it.
I agree with XL on this. When I made my first working scale model of a warship out of 175 plus pieces stacked in a kit box that my uncle got from abroad as my birthday gift I was scared every second. But I did it over four sleepless nights. Your Beretta gas gun cant be worse than that. Just go ahead and share with us the taste of achievement. Best of luck.


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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by kiran2608 » Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:45 pm

All your responses are giving me enough boost. Let me get the second shipment too and then will give a try:-)

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Post by maheshvijay93 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:49 pm

Hi kiran2608

From which website did you made the purchase? :)

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Post by kiran2608 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 6:15 pm

Hi Mahesh,

The website is ehobbyasia.com

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Post by maheshvijay93 » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:13 pm

Thank you Kiran. It's a nice website with an awesome collection. Did you receive your second shipment?

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Post by kiran2608 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:31 am

Expecting this week:-)


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Post by maheshvijay93 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:51 pm

Hey Kiran, have you ever purchased the M92 model with spring mechanism? From this same website

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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by kiran2608 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:13 pm

No Mahesh,

I only bought gas bob pistol :-)

By the way I have received my gun on Saturday and it took one full night to assemble it. It's gorgeous.


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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by kiran2608 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:28 pm

TC wrote:
xl_target wrote:
In the first shipment, the pistol has been dissembled in to parts ( even a small spring and nut has been removed and packed separately). I can actually assemble the pistol following the user manual etc. But I just don't want to take risk. My small mistake may spoil the accuracy and the range of the pistol.
How many people on here, do you think, have actually assembled a Gas blowback pistol?
What makes you think that they can do it any better than you can? :)
Read the directions several times and go for it.
I agree with XL on this. When I made my first working scale model of a warship out of 175 plus pieces stacked in a kit box that my uncle got from abroad as my birthday gift I was scared every second. But I did it over four sleepless nights. Your Beretta gas gun cant be worse than that. Just go ahead and share with us the taste of achievement. Best of luck.


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You guys really gave me the courage:-)

Other day I have received my second shipment( just the lower frame of the pistol). Then I called up the local guy to help me. Seeing the minute springs and bolts, he quoted 10k which came down to 5k just for assembling. We agreed to meet in his shop today moring.

Later in the night I just opened all the packets and started assembling one by one with just a nail cutter and spoons. And by morning I was done. My wife as usual shouted at me with a cup of coffe. But looking at it even she fell in love with it.

Thanks to you both for pushing:-)

Here are the pictures.

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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by Esranjith » Tue Jan 21, 2014 9:50 pm

Kiran,
Congrats! It looks awesome. How is the accuracy. Do you have to be a rifle club member to purchase it?

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Re: can anyone help me in assembling my M92FS GBB pistol

Post by kiran2608 » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:41 am

Thanks Ranjith, actually you don't have to be a member to purchase it, but to import it, yes you need a membership. Or you can import it through a dealer.


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