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Old 02-04-2013, 04:58 AM   #31
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In one small holster, I have 37 rounds of 10mm at the ready.

To get 18 +1, you need plus 2 bottoms, and the gen1 original mags. I have plus 6 bottoms ordered. That will boost me to possibly 45 rounds

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Here is one for this week. This is a 92FS in Inox. Inox is Beretta's term for stainless steel. It comes from the Italian word for stainless. I have changed the hammer to an Elite II hammer and added a "D" spring which reduces triger pull in the double action mode. I've only put 50 rounds through this gun. I think it is a great looking gun but I am not a big fan of the red dot sights Beretta puts on the Inox guns. I find them difficult to pick up with my old eyes. Next weeks entry should be a good one. I made a purchase and I am still waiting on the FFL's to do their thing. Tune back in next Monday for some nice pics.

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Old 02-08-2013, 11:35 PM   #33
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The 92 series has always been my favorite and I carried one of the first INOX 92s in the country as a duty pistol during the latter part of my LE career. Picked up several different models over the years from the excellent PX4s to the not so excellent Nano.

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Here is my latest addition. This is the Beretta Billenium, produced in 2001 for the new century. There were only 1000 sold in the US.

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Very nice set of berettas Mag! I love the PX-4 Inox.

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Here is my latest addition. This is the Beretta Billenium, produced in 2001 for the new century. There were only 1000 sold in the US.
That thing is awesome!!!!!
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This is an older 92FS Inox I picked up used. I added a rail adapter and the Burris fastfire III. It's a really fun gun to shoot.

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