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Old 04-30-2013, 07:26 PM   #31
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Pachmyer or hogue both make decent grips but the factory ones work for my needs if i ever break them thats where i would look first. As for the hammer... no idea i dont really like the skeleton hammer look so i never pursued it.

Get you some spare mecgar 20 rounders first. Mecgar makes the beretta factory mags.
Ok.. Thanks! Maybe I'll just go with what I have.
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I got my Elite hammer directly from Beretta, the D spring came from Brownells.

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I got my Elite hammer directly from Beretta, the D spring came from Brownells.
Does that come in a kit do you know?
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Does that come in a kit do you know?
Doesn't come in a kit, you'll have to buy them separately. They are both very easy to install though. I thought the double action was good from the factory, but the addition of the "D" spring makes it amazingly better. The skeletonized hammer is suppose to be slightly faster but I just like the way it looks.
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sometimes life is hard as a techno-phobe! thanks for the tip.

i looked on some youtube videos and heard it pronounced both "IN-OX" and "EYE-NOX"

po-TAY-toe, po-TAH-toe? ahh, screw it! i'm going with "eye-no-ex."
I've always pronounced it "INOX".
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does the inox compact have adjustable sights?

how is accuracy and recoil? any other info?

still looking hard at this gun.....

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does the inox compact have adjustable sights?

how is accuracy and recoil? any other info?

still looking hard at this gun.....
The rear is drift adjustable. Fully adjustable would defeat the necessity of firmly fixed sights for ccw.

I carry a compact inox a lot.

Recoil is about the same as a full size m9 i know its slightly more due to the lighter gun but i cannot honestly tell the difference.

Accuracy is superb. Mine will put all 21 rounds into about a 1.5" circle at 15yards. Thats if im using the full size mecgar 20 round mag. It will put 14 into the same size group with the 13 round mag.

I find it a very natural pointing gun and it works with the full size m9 slide and barrel. Most parts are swappable with the m9.

Its a great gun out of the box. All ive done is clean mine and shoot it. It was spot on in terms of zero. There is some difference of poa and poi depending on bullet weight and speed of your ammo but that is true of any gun. I havent found a loading that is so far off it wouldnt be usable for self defense
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The rear is drift adjustable. Fully adjustable would defeat the necessity of firmly fixed sights for ccw.

I carry a compact inox a lot.

Recoil is about the same as a full size m9 i know its slightly more due to the lighter gun but i cannot honestly tell the difference.

Accuracy is superb. Mine will put all 21 rounds into about a 1.5" circle at 15yards. Thats if im using the full size mecgar 20 round mag. It will put 14 into the same size group with the 13 round mag.

I find it a very natural pointing gun and it works with the full size m9 slide and barrel. Most parts are swappable with the m9.

Its a great gun out of the box. All ive done is clean mine and shoot it. It was spot on in terms of zero. There is some difference of poa and poi depending on bullet weight and speed of your ammo but that is true of any gun. I havent found a loading that is so far off it wouldnt be usable for self defense
thanks for the info! still saving my pennies. still a bit concerned about the 9mm and availability, but i love beretta....and i think this is the beretta i have been waiting for.
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Nice looking gun. I think I will wait till the inox storm sub compact comes out. I know from personal experience, their r&d department has been working on it since 1526. Lol

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thanks for the info! still saving my pennies. still a bit concerned about the 9mm and availability, but i love beretta....and i think this is the beretta i have been waiting for.
availability of ammo?? thats true of any gun atm. but i havent had trouble finding 9mm SD ammo its plinking stuff thats super hard to find for anything.
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