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Beretta 92 Reviews

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Postby blazingangel01 » Mon Jan 14, 2008 3:01 am

Best hand gun i have ever used now and in the military. Easy to clean easy to use, never fails or jams love it.
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Postby Sapper » Wed Jan 30, 2008 1:41 am

One of my favorites. Reliable, good looking, smooth action and easy disassembly. Shoot one and your hooked, a little big for a CC but would be nice in a shoulder holster. Find one new or used it doesn't matter because it will always work. Its like a Dodge Slant 6 indistructible. Glock who?
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Postby ANTI-XD » Sat Feb 09, 2008 5:11 pm

Is there anyone who knows if there is any ammo that won't feed in a beretta ??
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Postby texn695 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:33 pm

My 92F is over 15 years old and next give me any problems. One of the easiest guns to take down and put back together.



I carry this as a daily carry along with my Springfield 1911's and my XD 45 5" as my daily carry also.



I don't know what people see in those Glocks. One of the only guns that can go off in your pants.



I own 4 Beretta's ( 9mm, 45, 380 and a Storm 45 )and the rest are 3 Springfield's (2- 1911's & a M14) plus a Bersa 380. All go off without a problem.



Maintaine your weapons and and use good ammo and they will go bang.



Curtis from TEXAS.
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Postby texn695 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:34 pm

My 92F is over 15 years old and next give me any problems. One of the easiest guns to take down and put back together.



I carry this as a daily carry along with my Springfield 1911's and my XD 45 5" as my daily carry also.



I don't know what people see in those Glocks. One of the only guns that can go off in your pants.



I own 4 Beretta's ( 9mm, 45, 380 and a Storm 45 )and the rest are 3 Springfield's (2- 1911's & a M14) plus a Bersa 380. All go off without a problem.



Maintaine your weapons and and use good ammo and they will go bang.



Curtis from TEXAS.
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Postby texn695 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:34 pm

My 92F is over 15 years old and next give me any problems. One of the easiest guns to take down and put back together.



I carry this as a daily carry along with my Springfield 1911's and my XD 45 5" as my daily carry also.



I don't know what people see in those Glocks. One of the only guns that can go off in your pants.



I own 4 Beretta's ( 9mm, 45, 380 and a Storm 45 )and the rest are 3 Springfield's (2- 1911's & a M14) plus a Bersa 380. All go off without a problem.



Maintaine your weapons and and use good ammo and they will go bang.



Curtis from TEXAS.
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Postby texn695 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:34 pm

My 92F is over 15 years old and next give me any problems. One of the easiest guns to take down and put back together.



I carry this as a daily carry along with my Springfield 1911's and my XD 45 5" as my daily carry also.



I don't know what people see in those Glocks. One of the only guns that can go off in your pants.



I own 4 Beretta's ( 9mm, 45, 380 and a Storm 45 )and the rest are 3 Springfield's (2- 1911's & a M14) plus a Bersa 380. All go off without a problem.



Maintaine your weapons and and use good ammo and they will go bang.



Curtis from TEXAS.
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Postby texn695 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:35 pm

My 92F is over 15 years old and next give me any problems. One of the easiest guns to take down and put back together.



I carry this as a daily carry along with my Springfield 1911's and my XD 45 5" as my daily carry also.



I don't know what people see in those Glocks. One of the only guns that can go off in your pants.



I own 4 Beretta's ( 9mm, 45, 380 and a Storm 45 )and the rest are 3 Springfield's (2- 1911's & a M14) plus a Bersa 380. All go off without a problem.



Maintaine your weapons and and use good ammo and they will go bang.



Curtis from TEXAS.
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Postby texn695 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:28 pm

My 92F is over 15 years old and next give me any problems. One of the easiest guns to take down and put back together.



I carry this as a daily carry along with my Springfield 1911's and my XD 45 5" as my daily carry also.



I don't know what people see in those Glocks. One of the only guns that can go off in your pants.



I own 4 Beretta's ( 9mm, 45, 380 and a Storm 45 )and the rest are 3 Springfield's (2- 1911's & a M14) plus a Bersa 380. All go off without a problem.



Maintaine your weapons and and use good ammo and they will go bang.



Curtis from TEXAS.
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Postby literaltrance » Tue Apr 08, 2008 12:03 pm

I personally have never owned this gun as it's too heavy/large for my liking, but I have to say it a quite impressive weapon. I have fired two different versions of this pistol through three friends/owners, and everytime it is a pleasure to shoot. One thing this weapon does, possibly better than any other out there, is provide VERY easy followup shots. The heavy frame coupled with a quite forgiving 9mm recoil makes this pistol king of the hill when it comes to fullsize rapid fire.



An interesting note, and one that cannot be stressed enough....



I finally convinced my brother to go to the range with me recently. I, along with a work buddy, brought a nice collection of modern handguns as we always do (glock, XD, H&K, Sig, 2 Ruger revolvers, one S&W revolver, and of course, a Beretta 92). When my brother finally had a go, he was having a hell of a time hitting anything (he's not a big fan of handguns, thus his experience with such is almost nil). He mentioned that almost all felt uncomfortable in his hands, whether it be the recoil, or the sights, or something else which was just throwing off his game.



When he made it around to the Beretta, it was like night and day. Not one complaint. In fact, you could see how he just locked into his target and plinked away. Before I knew it, he was consistently hitting a milk jug at 70+ yards. Sure, maybe 75%, but at 70 yards with virtually NO handgun experience?



The moral of the story is, nothing is going to make you a better shooter than finding the gun that just feels right in your hands. I am contemplating getting my brother one of these for home defense, but I think I'm gonna have to work on his dislike of handguns first. Then again, maybe if I get him one, he'll get over that dislike rather quickly. He is, afterall, QUITE impressive with it once he gets it going :)
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