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Originally Posted by St8LineGunsmith
I have a Tarus PT-92 and a Beretta P9 and both pistols peform and function equally with exception for the location of the safety which should have zero bearing of the holster fit between the two pistols because the frames are identical ambedextrious frames.
one is no better than the other IMO
I custome make holsters and the mold I use fits the taurus and beretta.
I dont have a mold for a PT-92 with rail
The safety was a problem for one holster we got. The snap closure pressed directly on the safety. Another holster was supposed to catch on the trigger guard but did not catch the Taurus. Pretty sure my son's PT 92 has a rail.
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