I bought this airsoft pistol some time last year, so this is a mock first look at the airsoft springer Taurus PT92 manufactured by KWC.
I was looking for an analog for my Ruger P95, but the only thing available were airsoft replicas of the Ruger P89, and they were of much lower quality. Also, I didn't want to spend a lot of money on my first airsoft pistol, so I went for a spring-powered pistol with a metal slide.
Taurus PT92 airsoft handgun manufactured by KWC for Softair (Cyberguns)
Overall height: 5-5/8"
Overall width: 1-1/2"
Weight w/magazine: 18 oz
Velocity: 328 fps
muzzle energy: .44 ft-lbs
Action: Single, slide cocking, spring powered
The hammer cocks but has no function in firing the gun. The trigger is about 3 lbs, has progressive tension, and is gritty, so it is not a perfect analog for any real gun that I have fired - well, except for the grittiness (Ruger P95) and the progressive tension (DAO Beretta 9mm PX4 Storm).
Other issues for using this as an analog for a real gun: The frame-mounted, ambidextrous safety is a dummy. Next to the trigger guard is the actual safety. The gun is light compared to a real full-size pistol, but not distractingly so. And of course, the recoil is "non existent," but it does shake when fired.
To Be Continued, NEXT: Range Review