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Latest edition to my collection of frame safety guns.











That makes three factory guns currently in my safe (had a fourth I sold to another collector)



and a nice group of six inc a pair of 92 Stocks, top right pistol being a 92 Combat clone I got in trade (has a Novak rear and brass bead front I need to swap out to proper parts)

 
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Beautiful collection
 
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Very nice collection
 
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Great looking collection!
 
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It should be illegal to have that many cool toys. Of all the Beretta's out there, the combat is the one I want the most. Congrats.
 
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Beautiful guns. What makes the combat so special? I ask in ignorance.
 
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Just mobilize it
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A 92 combat is still my grail gun. Awesome collection PGT!
 
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SAO, Brigadier slide, oversized sights, adjustable trigger, extra checkering one the front and back straps, front cocking serrations, front barrel bushings, longer barrel with shroud and lock ring on the front bushing for repeatable barrel positioning relative to the sights. Also, extra undercutting of the beavertail and the obvious frame safeties (could carry cocked/locked but would be silly to carry this size pistol)
 
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Very nice!



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Beautiful! Quite the collection




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Cool!



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Most impressive.


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Very very sexy.


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