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Old 09-11-2012, 07:20 PM   #21
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I'm glad this thread got posted, I feel like the 92 will get a least some of the credit that is definitely do.
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Old 09-11-2012, 07:23 PM   #22
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I need to pick one up just so I can use my drop and shoulder holsters Haven't touched them since my last deployment in 08 kinda miss that Galco Miami Classic
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Old 09-11-2012, 10:24 PM   #23
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One of my favs of all time. It's a keeper
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I am a 1911 guy, but when .45 acp dried up in 2009 and there was still 9mm on the shelf, I bought a 92FS. What really irritated me about it is that I shot it better than my .45.......... I still carry the 1911, but I really enjoy the Beretta on the range.
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If you like the 92FS, get a load of the 92A1.

17 round mags(3)

Curved trigger guard

1913 rail under the barrel

Internal recoil absorber

Captive recoil spring

Replaceable front sight

Shoots even better than the 92FS, which is still one of

my favorites...
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I need to pick one up just so I can use my drop and shoulder holsters Haven't touched them since my last deployment in 08 kinda miss that Galco Miami Classic
Hey it's definitely something to be missed! Go buy one already..
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Hey it's definitely something to be missed! Go buy one already..
Nah, I got priorities plus I just finger f'ked the one I just sold, so I'm good for a few more months
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Nah, I got priorities plus I just finger f'ked the one I just sold, so I'm good for a few more months
Yeah I have a very vivid picture in my head. I can't tell you whether it's what actually happened or not....
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I have the same gun with hogue finger groove grips. Great gun. One of my favorite 9mm's I own.....
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I switched the Hogue F/G grips onto the 92A1.

I agree, that is a great grip, IMO .
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