Gear: Beretta 92FS

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Beretta 92FS

Beretta USA
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: $500-$600
Average Rating:
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(9 Votes)

Member Reviews

  • S3000001_max30
    IU141, Thu, 28 Feb 2008 15:33:08 UTC.
    1st review

    It is a reliable handgun that has proven its battle worthiness both in combat and as a police duty weapon.

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    DGM, Thu, 28 Feb 2008 18:21:20 UTC.

    Just be careful about using the Beretta 92 as a firearm. If someone finds out you shot them with this, they will be very pissed off. This is the prettiest and most expensive club I have ever fired. It stovepipes more than any handgun I have ever fired and it fails way too often.

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  • Mmsquirrlacu_max30
    UPK9603, Tue, 01 Apr 2008 13:58:30 UTC.

    I use this in the military and it is a piece of crap. There is no stopping power and should be used as scrap metal. A large weapon and not easy to conceal.

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  • Usmc_max30
    Taffy, Thu, 24 Apr 2008 10:23:00 UTC.

    I have been converted and now am a fan. With hydro shock rounds this is going to stop whatever you shoot. I've shot this weapon through five different courses of fire now and I like the feel of the weapon in my hand, I like the smoothness in the action and have decided to buy one.

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  • Memorial_day_2008_006_max30
    wmicmar, Thu, 12 Jun 2008 01:03:52 UTC.

    This was my first issued duty sidearm. I love this gun. It is reliable, accurate, and well made. It's only drawback is it's weight. I prefer it in 40 cal. but with the right ammunition the 9mm can hold its own. (Federal +P+ HI-Shock JHP LEO only)

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  • M_6946ca1d848d9668dafcfd3d9aea06c5_max30
    investigatorclay, Sat, 09 Aug 2008 05:14:56 UTC.

    not my carry choice due to weight and size, not easy or comfortable to conceal. however it is the daily duty weapon for my daughter. a bit weighty but a good duty rig helps with that a little

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    OldSeadog, Sat, 16 Aug 2008 15:06:36 UTC.

    I have carried the M-9 while in the military and as a duty weapon, and while it’s not my favorite weapon I have not had any problems with it. It is a little easier to field strip than the 1911-A1 but the military issue M-9’s are getting a bit long in the tooth and are starting to have problems. They really are due for replacement. Hopefully with at least a 40. Cal if not a 45. Cal.
    I would like to see an updated 1911.

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  • 432nd_tfw_patch_max30
    fsa0033, Fri, 13 Feb 2009 04:32:00 UTC.

    Though I never had to shoot anyone. The first time I held this weapon for duty it fit nicely. I have small hands. The old .38 was just too big. It was good to fire but I have yet to see any damage results first hand. I'm sure with all the body armor that is around it won't do much damage with a 9mm round. I train to hit in the face for ultimate damage. I flew a few times with this weapon but think the 1911 would have been a better choice as a standoff weapon in bailout.

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  • Woods_max30
    Uncon214, Sun, 27 Dec 2009 21:05:29 UTC.

    Used one at USMC Combat Marksmanship Coaches' Course for qualification. My reserve unit is about the most disorganized, s**ttiest unit DoD wide and neglected to send cleaning gear with either our M16A4's or our M9's that we were qualling with. Long story short 10 range days with the M9 and no maintenance..... It never even let up. I still shot very well (expert) even shooting with my non-dominant side for a challenge. I love these guns...

    Can't say so much about the M16's reliability with no cleaning for it's 10 range days but that's for another review.

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