Blank - firing 9 mm Firat Compact 92 92 Pistol, Black

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Blank - firing 9 mm Firat Compact 92 Pistol.

This smaller frame version of the larger M92 used as the primary sidearm for US Armed Forces is lightweight and offers quick action.

A great piece for training or theatrical productions. Basic eye and hearing protection included. Weight: 2 lbs., 5 ozs. Length: 7 1/2 ".

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