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Old 11-25-2008, 10:07 PM   #11
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i had a llama 45 1911, not a bad gun although i had to wipe it down after i touched it oterwise it would start to rust. it was a pain in the rump, fired nicely though
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I must admit back when I was young and dumb I wasted $100 on a Lorcin 380 auto. It ammed everyother round no matter what you did to it.

I ended up selling it to a guy for $150 so it really was not my least favorite gun.
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my american std .22 lr
American Standard????? Well you should have known you'd get a piece of $h!* from a toilet maker....
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Beretta .25 auto. Unless you are 3 feet in front of something you are not going to hit it.
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American Standard????? Well you should have known you'd get a piece of $h!* from a toilet maker....
actually some american special forces units used to use them back in the day as suppressed handguns which is y i thought it wouldve been nice
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The Beretta 93R... is this thing even SLIGHTLY useful?



Mack Bolan seems to like it in his books, which just stuns me.
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actually some american special forces units used to use them back in the day as suppressed handguns which is y i thought it wouldve been nice
yeah my mistake its a hi standard, not american standard
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Okay, I thought I knew everything, what is the thingy hanging off of the trigger guard in the Beretta pic? Some sort of grip?
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that specific model is a selective fire machine pistol, so yes it is a grip
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Okay, I thought I knew everything, what is the thingy hanging off of the trigger guard in the Beretta pic? Some sort of grip?
It's a forward grip to help keep the muzzle on target. It folds forward though, so the pistol will fit into any standard Beretta 92 series holster.

It's a pretty lame idea though, you've got something like 25 rounds with a cyclic rate of 600 rounds per minute or something. It equates to short trigger pull, then a reload. Lots of fun to shoot, but worthless in real life.
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