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Aw crap. I really thought I was done buying guns. Man, these look pretty awesome.


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A little birdy sent me this....

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This picture spells big trouble for me and my $$$


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This picture spells big trouble for me and my $$$


I really hate both you and Beretta right now. I might be selling a SIG or two to fund a Beretta or two.


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This might be the start of a comeback for non-1911 all metal target/competition pistols. Maybe the manufacturers see that the plastic gun market is completely saturated now and what's old is new again. CZ, Sig P210/X5, Walther Q5 Match and now the Beretta 92X. I'd like to see S&W start making their 3rd gen guns again. They'd totally dominate the market if they re-released their PC pistols. Those guns were born and breed for competition.
 
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This might be the start of a comeback for non-1911 all metal target/competition pistols. Maybe the manufacturers see that the plastic gun market is completely saturated now and what's old is new again. CZ, Sig P210/X5, Walther Q5 Match and now the Beretta 92X. I'd like to see S&W start making their 3rd gen guns again. They'd totally dominate the market if they re-released their PC pistols. Those guns were born and breed for competition.


I agree 100%. I love my Shadow 2 , my new Walther Q5 Steel is amazing so now i'll look at the New Beretta Cant wait


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I wonder if that optic bridge would fit on my Brig Tac- maybe with only two screws?

I'm in the same camp regarding the Vertec slide. Maybe someone like Langdon can get VZ to make a set of conversion grips like what come with the M9A3

I'd also almost rather prefer the slide controls in G fashion over the thumb safety.
 
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Oh, boy!


Hey Jon: Can you email that pic to me ?
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I’m loving this gun! More importantly, I’m loving that there seems to be a resurgence of all steel pistols. I’m happy to pay more money for these all steel guns. I only wish Smith and Wesson would start producing their 3rd generation auto pistols again.


I couldn't agree more I love 3rd Gen Smith's.


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Sans rail could make it perfect
 
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Sharp lookin' pistol there!

I likey!! I likey alot!




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I can do without the match take down lever. As if there was ever a race to disassemble my gun Wink aside from that, I likes !


It's not for you, it's so Jet Li can take your slide off easier Wink.

I've always admired the Beretta 92, especially the Inox versions. Can't say I'm a fan of the vertical front serrations or the match takedown lever, but everything else about this pistol has me wondering why it took Beretta so long to make this gun.
 
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Sans rail could make it perfect


Ditto!
But I'll likely end up with a railed one anyway...steel frame, vertec grip, frame mounted safety...Hits all my checkmarks for a new Beretta.
 
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Nice to see Beretta branching out, and I'm digging a lot of the features (especially the frame-mounted safety, gas pedal TDL, and magwell.)

Not sure I'll be adding one to the stable, but it's a step in the right direction.


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What somebody please explain the competition takedown lever? Is it angled to provide a thumb index point or something?


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What somebody please explain the competition takedown lever? Is it angled to provide a thumb index point or something?


Support thumb rests on it, allows you to apply pressure downward to help with recoil control.


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I'm in the same camp regarding the Vertec slide. Maybe someone like Langdon can get VZ to make a set of conversion grips like what come with the M9A3
Although there is a "Vertec" slide, you are talking about the frame I think. Wink
 
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First ugly Beretta in a while. I'm glad they're making a model with the frame mounted safety though. Hopefully that will trickle down.


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Beretta 92X weight unloaded 47.61 oz

IDPA SSP 8.2.1 Stock Service Pistol Division (SSP)
Handguns permitted for use in SSP must:

E. Weigh 43.00 oz. or less unloaded, with the heaviest magazine inserted.

Well, darn.


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The magwell on the standard is interesting...

Only one I’ve found is the open-front one made by EGW - and none one that I know of makes baseplates that will fit it.
(I mod’d some 17 rounders to fit.)


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First ugly Beretta in a while. I'm glad they're making a model with the frame mounted safety though. Hopefully that will trickle down.
See one of the steel 92 Biliennium models @ GB fo sale and it wears the frame mounted safety. Sharp looking pistol.
 
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