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Old 12-25-2013, 11:28 PM   #11
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Lol 50 rounds would look crazy... I've never seen one but if I do I'll pick it up... The great thing about this gun is that with the small back strap it fits my wife too
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I did see a huge magazine once (50 rounds I believe) although may be fun for target shooting I thought it'd look a little strange walking around with that. :lol:
I didn't know about the "50" Rd.!! I have seen 30 & 35 Rds. for ALL of the Berettas' from the 92 series, up through the the M9 & M9A1,..CDNN carries them all,..even 20 & 25 Rds. for the PX4(not 30 yet) in 9MM. I know they also have 12 & 16 Rds. for the PX4-45ACP Special Duty in 4.6"...
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I saw it at a LGS, It was huge. I even had them test it to a PX4 they had for sale and it fit right in there. I could of been mistaken but it stuck out like 6 to 8 inches from the bottom of my gun.

Congrats on the buy, I believe it is a great weapon and I love mine.
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Congrats, wonderful heritage in that firearm.


I purchased one for my wife, but she seems to not like racking the slide. Says it is too hard to rack.

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I purchased one for my wife, but she seems to not like racking the slide. Says it is too hard to rack.
You know, I struggled with it at first too. I think that I had to learn HOW to do it that worked for me as far as hand placement etc. My husband is much stronger and it is easy for him. I was trying to do it the same as he does and that did not work for me. Also the more you shoot it, the spring settles and it gets easier.
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Also, one trick that helped me ALOT was while we were shooting, I drop the empty magazine, and do not release the slide. I load the new magazine, release the slide and that loads the 1st round. Way easier.
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I have a few lube tricks I should try.

I pulled it out of the safe, and quickly degreased it, and did a dry Teflon lube of the rails. It is a little easier to rack now, so she says.

Next trip to the range, we will try it again.

I modified the Beretta parts to use the finger bottom plate with the larger mags.

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Mine came with night sights, very nice! Took it out today and once again it is a beautiful shooter. I love mine, couldn't be happier!
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Did you buy yours new or used? And there home made night sights till I can buy the real thing.
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