Beretta\Wilson Combat 92G 9mm Pistol. Highly modified unit feature improved checkering, dehorned 92G Brigadier slide H model (heavy), enhanced slide to frame fit, cut down for flush fit with slide stainless steel match barrels with recessed crown, steel ambidextrous decocker-only levers, checkered frame with rounded trigger guard, beveled magazine well, G-10 Wilson emblem grips, lanyard loop (snag free recessed). steel guide rod and extended steel magazine catch, 4.7 inch match-grade blackened stainless barrel with recessed target crown (stamped STAINLESS) Wilson Combat action tune 3.1 lb to 3.5 lb release. Triggers are listed as SRT short reset due to the excessive trigger movement on stock Beretta units. White Trijicon front sight w/ Wilson Combat U-notch rear battlesight. Black Bruniton coating stamped Wilson Combat. WC serialized. 92G units have been highly modified to meet the needs of high round count LE tactical and match shooters. NOTE: these units have NO external safeties; they are double action first round single action subsequent. Experts favor this version for duty or “condition 2” carry: in the holster pistol is decocked and always ready for use–the first round is double-action, while the subsequent shots are single-action. Upon reholstering, simply activate the decocking lever and the pistol is again ready for quick use when you need it. These DO NOT have external safeties, this will not allow you to leave the decocker in the “down” position which “disables” the trigger; they are alway’s ready to fire. Full Wilson Combat action tune, full complete trigger work hand honed, beveled magazine wells, five Beretta mfg (Italy) 15 round magazines, Pelican fitted case with upper and lower compartments, 92G owners manual. IDPA Stock Service Pistol approved and USPSA Production Division approved. Price includes shipping to your FFL-holder.This message has been edited. Last edited by: bdickers,
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