Beretta 92FS Italian

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    My new Beretta. Shoots great and never had any FTF.

    Very Happy with it.
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    Very good looking pistola you've go there. It's nice to see something other than tricked out Smiths and 1911's around here.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    The 92FS/M9 was the most tested pistol ever used by the military. I had the 92FS Compact L Type M that was the most reliably pistol I owned. It carries well in a M-Tac IWB holster. I like the 15 rounds magazine.
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    I have an Italian made Beretta 92F and have never had as much as a hiccup from it. While I may not be 100% thrilled about the 9mm round, the pistol itself is very pleasing. It is also easy to work on and repair.

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    I have the shiny-steel Taurus knockoff, a good-looking good-shooting pistol, a
    nice reasonably-priced good-enough gun; but I keep looking at and longing for a genuine shiny-steel Beretta.

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    Nice looking gun. I have a Beretta 84, the smaller .380 version. Can't go wrong with them!

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    Beautiful grips. I had a 92F and found it reliable and very well made back in the early 90's. Never had a FTF or FTE in severfal thousand rounds. My only complaint was that it was to large for me for comfortable inside the waistband carry and traded for a Glock 19 .
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    Mine just runs and runs. They are great guns. Why they aren't appreicated more is beyond me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge45 View Post
    Mine just runs and runs. They are great guns. Why they aren't appreicated more is beyond me.
    I'd guess because they are huge for the round, and the safety/decocker is absolutely located in the wrong place. I carry one for work and it's frustrating to both carry concealed and to wonder what condition it's in when you draw it. The lever is on/off or halfway in between at random. I just automatically swipe it off, whether it needs it or not.

    But it is reliable, and I've never had one that didn't shoot well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 120mm View Post
    I'd guess because they are huge for the round, and the safety/decocker is absolutely located in the wrong place. I carry one for work and it's frustrating to both carry concealed and to wonder what condition it's in when you draw it. The lever is on/off or halfway in between at random. I just automatically swipe it off, whether it needs it or not.

    But it is reliable, and I've never had one that didn't shoot well.
    It is about the same size as a 1911 and heavy as compared to the Tupperware guns. I think most people feel they can't carry it and feel safer with a tiny .380. You can easily carry it in a IWB Super Tuck or M-Tac.
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    When I was in The Corps what I really liked about the M9 was that when the gun was on safe, the firing pin itself was cracked in half. Talk about secure.

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    Great looking Beretta! Gotta' love the wood grips.
    They are a little heavy for CCW, IMO, but very smooth shooters.
    I had a Beretta for one of my first training pistols, and I loved it.
    Enjoy yours!
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    Most all guns are cool


    Your Beretta looks good, I just couldn't ever get used to the DA/SA
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    Quote Originally Posted by 007BondJames View Post


    My new Beretta. Shoots great and never had any FTF.

    Very Happy with it.
    Very nice gun. I like Berettas a lot.
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