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Old 09-09-2012, 03:05 AM   #1
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I just picked up my new Beretta 92FS. One sweet gun. I will post some pics soon.
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Old 09-09-2012, 03:18 AM   #2
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Sweet...1st 9mm I owned was a 92FS. Great gun...big gun, but still a sweet shooter. Lots of luck with it...now get her dirty!
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You made a fine decision there. I can't wait to see it.
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Congrats!

I own one, it's a very nice piece with great history! I love mine!!

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Here's some pics.
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Mmmm, ziti and a Beretta.

The Beretta was the first auto loader I bought after I turned 21 back in '91. Italian made. I can never bring myself to get rid of it. A couple years later I joined the Navy and began carrying them on duty on occasion.

Enjoy it. (Dinner and the pistol)
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Mmmm, ziti and a Beretta.

The Beretta was the first auto loader I bought after I turned 21 back in '91. Italian made. I can never bring myself to get rid of it. A couple years later I joined the Navy and began carrying them on duty on occasion.

Enjoy it. (Dinner and the pistol)
Thank you. I love this gun and I think I see more Beretta's in my future. I wish I would have joined the Military. Thank you for what you guys do for our country.
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Solid purchase, I love them. I'd take my M9A1 over any other side piece.

Put a few hundo through her and let us know what you think!
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Thank you. I love this gun and I think I see more Beretta's in my future. I wish I would have joined the Military. Thank you for what you guys do for our country.
The 92 FS was my first, but later my wife decided she wanted a handgun, and she tried a few and settled on a model 85 in .380. Then we got a 21A.

Yes, Berettas can be addicting as well as any other brand.
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Thank you. I love this gun and I think I see more Beretta's in my future. I wish I would have joined the Military. Thank you for what you guys do for our country.
Have you looked into the M9A1? It looks like a great pistol..
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