What condition do you carry your Beretta 92fs?

What condition do you carry your Beretta 92fs?

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    What condition do you carry your Beretta 92fs?

    Just as the title says. Do you carry it with the safety on or since the first shot is a long and heavy DA pull, do you leave the safety of after decocking it, perhaps in the half cock position? I used to carry a CZ with the safety off in the half cock position so I don't have to worry about the safety in a draw situation. Chime in folks.


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    Safety off after de-cocking. The 92FS you just bought is as safe as a revolver carried that way.

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    That is what I figured. Just like a Sig Sauer.
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    round in the chamber, hammer down, ready to fire.
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    When I carried mine, it was hammer down, safety off (red). The long DA trigger pull is the safety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamSean View Post
    Just as the title says. Do you carry it with the safety on or since the first shot is a long and heavy DA pull, do you leave the safety of after decocking it, perhaps in the half cock position? I used to carry a CZ with the safety off in the half cock position so I don't have to worry about the safety in a draw situation. Chime in folks.
    While carrying, I keep it safety off hammer down. During bedside duty it stays half cocked.
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    Back when I carried a 92f it was chambered, decocked, safety OFF !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigsteve113 View Post
    Back when I carried a 92f it was chambered, decocked, safety OFF !
    Ditto.
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    Round in the chamber, hammer down, safety OFF. First round is just like a good revolver. Seems like a lot of good gun people are saying the same thing. The 92 is a very fine gun.
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    Ditto! Besides, I hate that backwards safety!
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    Chamber loaded, decocked of course, safety off.
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    When I was deployed and carried an M9: hammer down, loaded/in chamber, safety off and in a holster. Most of the time, I had an M4 in my hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ugh762x39 View Post
    Ditto! Besides, I hate that backwards safety!
    Exactly....
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