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Why do I look at these posts? I am so broke buying Sigs and now I want a 92 Compact Inox.
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Why do I look at these posts? I am so broke buying Sigs and now I want a 92 Compact Inox.
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Man, these thing multiply like rabbits!!!

Made the mistake of stopping by the LGS yesterday on the way to the range. Spotted another shooter grade 92FS for a very good price and couldn't resist. Is that wrong?




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Brig Tac is one of my favorites



Some Compacts:




One of these days i'll get this thing to the range:

 
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My two 92 9mm siblings from decades apart. My 20+ year old Beretta 92FS Centurion (original owner) and a couple year old 92FS Brigadier. Even having smaller hands, I love the way these pistols shoot and handle. Soft shooting, great accuracy, and never a single malfunction out of either of them. Believe it or not, the night sights on my Centurion still glow, very faintly of course, but still visible in low light.

I keep bugging Beretta to make the Centurion again, and to make it in Inox!



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One of the sexiest!!!!



I agree, totally!
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What compensator is that on the inox?


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Just recieved this FS last week. Haven't had a chance to get it to the range yet.

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Nothing special -- just a run-of-the-mill 92G and its little cousin:

 
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PGT - If that group photo on page 1 is only a portion of your 92s, Holy fuckballs, dude, I'm envious of the capacity of your safe!
 
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PGT - If that group photo on page 1 is only a portion of your 92s, Holy fuckballs, dude, I'm envious of the capacity of your safe!

Holy fuckballs?
Thats putting it a bit mildly ... but then I can't come up with anything better!
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What compensator is that on the inox?

It's a JP Enterprise I bought a couple decades ago ... not sure if it really compensates anything but the reason I keep it is that it that with the breach closed it seems to tighten up the barrel ... whether it really helps accuracy or not is up to debate.


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PGT - If that group photo on page 1 is only a portion of your 92s, Holy fuckballs, dude, I'm envious of the capacity of your safe!


This was a "point in time" snapshot....the collection ebbs and flows. Several of these are gone now but I've added others to replace them.

 
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My old Beretta Wheel Smile

 
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Anyone want to sell me a Elite-II 9mm????

Just email me!


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