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I traded my buddy a Glock 29 for a Sig X5 a few weeks ago but I think my buddy kind of missed the Sig. Yesterday we talked and a told me he had this WC Vertec Brigadier Tactical just sitting in the safe since he purchased a couple high end STI’s and Wilson double stack 9mm’s. So for a Trijicon RMR and the Sig X5 back, I have this beauty. I immediately took it to the range for a test drive. The double action trigger is amazing as is the SA. Accuracy was better in my hands than the Sig. This is definitely not the Beretta I carried in the military Big Grin.

All in all a great trade on a classy gun.









50rds @ 7-15 yds. I dropped a couple.


 
Posts: 641 | Location: Orange Park, FL. | Registered: November 26, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Wow,good for you on both deals. If your friend wanted it back and you gave it/traded it with him, that's awesome. The X5 is a great gun and I love Beretta pistols . I don't have a W.C. pistol but have ordered many of their parts for my 92fs pistols and they are very nice. I recently got a 92X and am pretty happy with it. It is as close to a W.C. Beretta I will get for a while but the W.C. pistol is still high on the list.
 
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Originally posted by usncorpsman:
This is definitely not the Beretta I carried in the military Big Grin.
Indeed - all the WC and LTT Berettas are definitely not the worn hard, put away wet military M9s.
 
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Nice looking pistol and great shooting!


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Posts: 203 | Location: Derby City KY. | Registered: April 13, 2020Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Very nice !
The Brig Tac is a fantastic iteration of the 92.
I have a 92A1 and I need a buddy like yours.
I have some Glocks to trade off.

Pro Tip :
Tell your buddy to consider installing the full Gray Guns trigger kit with sear, adjustable trigger and spring kit.
The P320 really shines with the full GG kit.
 
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Nice gun!



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Very nice. I have the WC Brig Tac and the WC Centurion. My favorite full size 9mm, I prefer it to the P226




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Quit staring at my wife's Butt
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Maybe next week he will upgrade you again Wink
 
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Now when you say X5 I assume you mean a 320 correct?


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Good deal(s). Do you also trade horses?


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Good deal(s). Do you also trade horses?


I don’t have that kind of cash or even enjoy horse races Big Grin.
 
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Now when you say X5 I assume you mean a 320 correct?


Yes Sir. 320 X5
 
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That's a great, great trade!

I never liked Berettas back in their day (early 1990s) because they were huge and the DA triggers were about 150 pounds Smile . Times sure changed. A buddy of mine got a 92A1 and decked it out with LTT parts and it's a piece of art. It converted me. Since last year, I've bought an Italian M9A3, 92FS, and 92A1. I'm just glad that recent Elite LTT in the Classifieds sold because I was ready to sell a kidney to buy it. Very happy for you and your trade!

Here's my M9A3!

 
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