My new 92

My new 92

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    My new 92

    Ok, I admit I've been slacking when it comes to showing off my new heater here. My bad....allow me to make up for it. Here's my new Beretta 92 Stock. I picked it up a little while ago and it represents everything good that Beretta has ever done to a 92. It's got a frame safety (carry cocked n locked), front/back strap checkering, extended mag release, checkered thin metal grips, barrel bushing with barrel nut, LTT springs and the Brigadier slide with forward slide serrations and dovetailed front/rear sights. She shoots like a dream and with the flush fitting 18 round mags, it's going to be carried in the winter and get extra duty as a hunting backup. Without further ado...........

    edited to add: Were it not for my loving, supportive wife, this would not have been possible, so thanks to her I've got the Beretta of my dreams




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    Very nice sidearm!
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    Nice! Beretta can put out some nice stuff when they want to.
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    That is a mighty fine pistol...they shoot like a dream. My first Beretta was a the 92G SD...I took my first SD pistol course with it. A little heavy for carry, but a great weapon...dependable and easy breakdown.

    Enjoy that firearm...that's a 'keeper', I'm sorry I traded mine.
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    Very nice, very unique. I like it.

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    very nice
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    Very nice! A 92FS is next on my list.
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    the 92 is a good sidearm, I sold the one i had. I just did not like it.

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