pair of 92 Combats
a Billennium and my first frankensafety gun (92 Steel-I upper over a 96 Stock Competition lower w/ e-nickel finish...my favorite shooter)
That is a great Beretta collection PGT ...
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Boy PGT, after all of that eye candy I think my play big or go home card just got ripped to shreds.
I've got three, but no pics of my 92A1 stored on my current host site.
Dude. Get help. Get help now.
These are the sexiest Berettas to my eyes. Incredible.
The one on the right appears to have shorter reach trigger, or is it just the angle?
Or, the left one is DA/DA, and the right one SAO?
They're both SAO but the example on the right is adjusbe for pre and over travel. Despite being the same model, there's nine years between them and less than 50 made and were made to order for competition shooters
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Those are awesome PGT.
One of these days I need to replace my 92FS Brig from the mid-90s.
PGT, those are beautiful!
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Gorgeous, PGT. Nice stuff.
92FS Inox and 84FS I used to have
92FS I currently have
ETA: On closer inspection, the second picture may actually be a M9 I used to own, rather than my current FS.
Yep, that was my M9. Here's a more recent one of my current WC worked 92FS.
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Nice thread and picture posts. I honestly didn't know there was a version with a frame mounted safety allowing cocked 'n locked carry. Way back in the day I opted for a Taurus PT99AF because it had a frame safety and Beretta didn't. I've moved on to other pistols for my routine use but had these models been available back in 1986 I would have bought Beretta vice Taurus. As an aside the Taurus proved solid and reliable over the years save a loose rear adjustable sight. Never had a barrel locking block problem.
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That is some eye candy for me. Been waiting for a Centurion release.
Not minority enough!
I only have a standard 92fs but like I said before, it will be the last pistol I ever sell,(and only if I had to). I love those Combats and the Steel.
The new Wilson Combat/Beretta Centurian looks really intriguing to me. I bought a Brig Tac with the action tune and mag guide and absolutely love it!
I completely agree on that Centurion. Might just be my next Beretta (well after the APX).
PGT that is amazing!! Thank you for sharing.
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Is that a new product? Love my WC Brig Tac
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Looks like the only difference between the Brig Tact and the Cent Tact is the slide.
Oh god please yes.
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Looks like I'll be adding another Beretta to the stable. My brigadier tactical is amongst my favorite firearms. I like it enough that I almost bought a second one just to have. This new model is a no brained for me. I've come to really love the Beretta 92.
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