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In the real world, The Beretta 93R is an Italian selective-fire machine pistol, designed and manufactured by Beretta in the late 1970s for police and military use, that is derived from their semi-automatic Beretta 92. The “R” stands for Raffica, which is Italian for “volley”, “flurry”, or “burst” (sometimes spoken “R” as “Rapid” in English).
The Beretta 93R was designed to be used by the Italian counter-terrorism forces of the National Police and Carabineri (both formed in the late 1970s in response to terrorism) but was also adopted by other police and military forces who required a concealable weapon with rapid fire capabilities. The pistol is a development of the Beretta 92 design. The 93R has also been seen a lot in popular culture, in films like Virtuosity (Denzel Washington 1995), Broken Arrow (John Travolta 1996) and was the basis for Robocop’s Auto 9 gun in the film Robocop (1987)
The KELe Beretta 93R Manual Springer Gel Blaster Pistol is an incredibly authentic looking replica of the Beretta 93R, the obvious differences being that it is a single shot, spring powered Gel Blaster, and doesn’t have semi auto of full auto functions. In the hand the The KELe Beretta 93R Manual Springer Gel Blaster Pistol feels suitably weighty, making it a very realistic replica of the original. The firing selection is single shot, per rack of the slide. The Blaster can also be “stripped down” just like it’s rear world counterpart, with the slide being removable from the lower. The fold down fore grip is sturdy and well constructed. Though this blaster does come with 10 mini foam nerf darts, it operated best using Gel balls.