Crosman Model CK92


Beretta 92FS (9 mm)

Crosman Model CK92
Replica Of:
Beretta 92FS (9 mm)
Made In:
177, lead pellet, 8-shot rotary magazine
Air Source:
CO2, 12 g Powerlet
Recommended Pellet or BB:
RWS CO2 Target or JSB Match Diabolo
Weight (lb)/Length (in):
2.6, 8.4
Body Material/Finish/Grips:
metal, black, plastic
Barrel Length (in)/Material/Rifled:
4.25, steel, yes
Trigger Action:
Trigger Pull (lbs)/Adjustable:
5.25 (SA), 5.4 (DA), no
Sights (front/rear):
fixed, fully adjustable
Velocity (fps):
Sound Level (dB):
Thickness of Pellet Holder (in): 0.279
Manufactured Dates:
95%, yes, yes
Serial Number:


Comments: The Crosman CK92 is an excellent all metal replica of the Beretta 92FS. It was made for Crosman in Italy between 2000 and 2001 by the Kimar division of Armi Chiappa, a major manufacturer of blank-firing training and prop pistols. It is solidly built and has a good feel and approaches the quality finish of the Umarex replica of the Beretta 92FS. Functionally, the CK92 is identical to the Crosman C40, having the same rear sight, pellet loading mechanism, and CO2 loading mechanism. In my opinion, the CK92 is a much better airgun than the C40 due to its balance, fit, and overall operation. It is definitely the better of the two guns for shooting. The CK92 has an excellent trigger, especially in double-action mode. The safety is difficult to operate in both directions, but is especially difficult to engage. It is now getting very difficult to find a good specimen of this airgun.

Crosman CK92 Owner's Manual (.pdf)

Performance: Measurements were made on 8/26/06 at a temperature of 85 F and 14' elevation. A ten shot string was fired from a bench rest at 15' using RWS CO2 Target pellets (7.2 gr). The highest velocity measured was 443 fps, the lowest was 394 fps (average of the 10-shot string was 411 fps, s = 17). A six shot string fired with open sights grouped at 0.79". An eight shot string fired with open sights using JSB Match Diabolo pellets (8.0 gr) grouped at 0.47". Click the thumbnails below to see larger images. Click here for a description of the measurement methods.


Right Profile: The left-side grip panel is pushed off (for loading CO2) by pressing on the button behind the trigger guard on the right-hand side.

Front View:

Right Side Markings:

Left Side Markings: The circled K is the Kimar trademark. The CK92 stands for: "C" = Crosman, "K" = Kimar, "92" = Beretta model 92.

Loading Pellets: The Crosman CK92 uses the same 8-pellet magazines as the Crosman C40 and the Crosman 1008. The barrel flips up when the slide release is pushed forward.

Loading CO2: After loading the CO2 cylinder in the grip, the lever is pushed in to puncture the cylinder. This is the same mechanism as used on the Crosman C40 except it is on the left instead of the right side.




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