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Beretta 92 Reviews

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Postby quikdrawmagraw » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:50 pm

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Postby 3X11 » Thu Nov 16, 2006 6:12 am

My Department transitioned in 1995 from the traditional .38 caliber to the 9mm. We had a choice of Sig Sauer P226, Sig Sauer P228, Beretta 92D Centurion, S&W 5946, GLOCK 17 or GLOCK 19. I opted for the Beretta 92D Centurion. To date it hasnt failed me, firing flawlessly. I also own the Sig P226 and Sig 225 which Ive found to be excellent firearm also but my carry choice is still the Beretta.
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Postby oldsarge » Sat Nov 25, 2006 4:26 pm

I carried an M9 in my tanker days in the Army. When I retired, I bought a model 92, not terribly expensive and I could get out to the range a couple times a month and pop some caps. My Beretta 92 handles fine, no jams, or malfuctions. The main problem I hear with folks who have trouble is they dont keep them clean, or over oil, and they gunk up.
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Postby Alexander » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:26 pm

im italian so please exese me if my english is not very good .

My favourite gun is absolutely the Beretta 92 and of course

96 and 98 series. I have an italian made beretta 98 stainless golden it is great weapon , very accurate , totaly reliable and incredibly well made . I used many italian berettas and they never betraied me , not a single jam in thousand of rounds , one time I shoted with a stainless one that had shoted over

800 thousands rounds , all full metal jaket and with military charge , the beretta is one of the best handguns ever created

with the 1911 , pp-ppk-ppks , GLOKs and sig sauer p-228 .
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Postby Alexander » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:32 pm

excuse me for some mistakes in my message, i dont use computer very weel so i often make mistakes .
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Postby Alexander » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:32 pm

excuse me for some mistakes in my message, i dont use computer very weel so i often make mistakes .
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Postby Alexander » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:32 pm

excuse me for some mistakes in my message, i dont use computer very weel so i often make mistakes .
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Postby Alexander » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:33 pm

excuse me for some mistakes in my message, i dont use computer very weel so i often make mistakes .
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Postby jbfla » Wed Nov 29, 2006 3:46 pm

I tried out my 40 caliber Model 96 Slide Assembly on my M9 today. It is more accurate than my 9MM. The recoil is sharper. This Model 96 Slide Assembly can be ordered from Cheaper Than Dirt. http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/GNS049-47467-1968.html



The stock number is GNS-049 and the regular price is $199.97. The Buyers Club price is $179.97 This is a good way to upgrade your existing Model 92 to a Model 96 40 caliber. The Model 96 Slide is a Law Enforcement model so it has a decocker but no safety. When I shot it from a bench at 25 yards I had several groups under 2 inches. The one I received came with night sights but that may not be standard.
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Postby jbfla » Wed Nov 29, 2006 3:46 pm

I tried out my 40 caliber Model 96 Slide Assembly on my M9 today. It is more accurate than my 9MM. The recoil is sharper. This Model 96 Slide Assembly can be ordered from Cheaper Than Dirt. http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/GNS049-47467-1968.html



The stock number is GNS-049 and the regular price is $199.97. The Buyers Club price is $179.97 This is a good way to upgrade your existing Model 92 to a Model 96 40 caliber. The Model 96 Slide is a Law Enforcement model so it has a decocker but no safety. When I shot it from a bench at 25 yards I had several groups under 2 inches. The one I received came with night sights but that may not be standard.
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