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Old 01-19-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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My father in law just bought this beretta. This I the first hand gun I have fired bigger than a 22. This thing is sweet. I give it two thumbs up.

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Old 01-19-2013, 11:13 PM   #2
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Aint it fun!!!

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Fired 30 rounds. I must get one lol. It's a 92fs.
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Heck I'd give it 3 thumbs up if I had it. That is a fun pistol to shoot. I have an 84 and its great to shoot too.

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Fired 30 rounds. I must get one lol. It's a 92fs.

The 92FS is the same gun that I fell in love with as a teenager, and was the first firearm I ever bought. it's all been downhill since then! now I have 3 Berettas! 92FS, and it's military twin the M9, and a 96G Elite II, which is a factory "tricked out" piece. it has a Brigadier slide which is thicker and heavier than the normal slide, as well as a removable front sight (I actually added night sights to it because of this!), It also comes from the factory with the 92/96 "D" hammer spring which is lighter than the FS springs but still reliable with any ammo, it has the taller mag release button, skeletonized hammer, checkered front/rear straps, and a match grade barrel muzzle. I bought it for production pistol competition, and love it so much it's my CCW piece.
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I sure would like to see that gun. Can you post a pic?


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first gun i bought on my own! i must agree.....its the start of THE ADDICTION!

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Glad you like it! One of my students had a Nano and found out he didn't like it so he traded for one like yours and loves it. He shoots it well too! By all means, shoot it often and try others as well. They are all fun, some more fun than others!

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I highly advise swapping factory grips for wood grips. Wood has a great feel and makes a hell of a handsome gun!!! Mine are walnut.imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1393728999.457289.jpg


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Sweet, another potential victim saved from the jaws of liberalism!

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