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Picked up a new to me Wilson Beretta 92 Brig today, has the trigger tune work done to it. What a sweet pistol. Not sure I like the olive grips, but other than that it's a damn pretty piece of steel.

The M9A3 will be here shortly, been a Beretta year so far.


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Been lusting for one for a while. I did not like tbe olive grips at first, but the more I see pictures the more I am warming up to them. Kinda' sets it off and makes it a little unique with them.


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That was my most recent acquisition, as well. Pre-owned and previous owner hadn't even fired it.
 
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Wilson offers the grips in Olive, Black Cherry, Black, and Gray/Black ($82 ea). I've grown to like the Olive on my Brig Tac. I also have the Compact version and I did change the grips on it to the Ultra/Thin in Black Cherry, which I much prefer.


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I have really come back to Beretta in a big way in the last year.


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- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
 
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In the last year I found the WC Brig, the WC Compact, two 85's and 2 84's. I'm stopping for a while....unless I spot another WC.
 
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I have one "Brig" myself and I am in love with this pistol! It shoots like a laser and, yes I love the grips. They fit my hand and look really sweet! I may pick up the compact!
 
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I ordered my BrigTac with a custom S/N - my birthdate.
 
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Originally posted by Lord Vaalic:
Picked up a new to me Wilson Beretta 92 Brig today, has the trigger tune work done to it. What a sweet pistol. Not sure I like the olive grips, but other than that it's a damn pretty piece of steel.

The M9A3 will be here shortly, been a Beretta year so far.


No photos for the crowd to drool over? Wink


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Originally posted by Lord Vaalic:
Picked up a new to me Wilson Beretta 92 Brig today, has the trigger tune work done to it. What a sweet pistol. Not sure I like the olive grips, but other than that it's a damn pretty piece of steel.

The M9A3 will be here shortly, been a Beretta year so far.


Curious as to where you found it? I'm supposedly in line for one that I won during a raffle last year. I was told the hold up was the pistols weren't shipping to Wilson from Beretta, mostly due to Beretta moving.... I'm a patient person and honestly I've even forgotten about it completely at times, but come on! I want my gun already!
 
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It was used, but looks like spankin new. The owner took good care of it.



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- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
 
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I ordered my BrigTac with a custom S/N - my birthdate.


That is pretty cool, didn't know you could do that


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- "This town reminds me of something in the bible."
- "Which part?"
- "The part right before god gets angry"
 
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well, it had to be within planned production range not really custom. But, I got WC0673 (so month/year). Close enough.

I had a second one that was a random s/n and a Beretta Forum member sent me a note asking if he could buy it...it was sequential to his and he wanted it for his brother. Yeah....it went to a good home.
 
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