Gear: Beretta 92g

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Beretta 92g

Beretta
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: Average? $700-ish
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Description:

Trigger system: Double/Single action Trigger Pull: Single Action: 4.0 to 6.4 lbf (18 to 28 N) Double Action: 9.9 to 16.1 lbf (44 to 72 N) Caliber: 9 x 19 mm Parabellum Locking system: falling locking block Capacity: 15 (staggered) in mag Frame material: Aircraft quality aluminium alloy Slide material: Carbon steel Grip panels: Plastic, checkered Barrel length: 125 mm (4.5 in) Barrel material: Stainless steel Sights: Removable Trijicon 3-dot pressurized tritium gas, self-luminous iron sight Rifling: R.H, 6 groove, pitch 250 mm (approx 1 turn in 10 in.) Muzzle velocity: 381 m/s (1250 ft/s) Muzzle energy: 583 J (430 ft·lbf) Overall Length: 217 mm (8.5 in) Overall Height: 140 mm (5.5 in) Overall Width: 39 mm (1.3 in) Sight Radius: 160 mm (6.3 in) Weight Unloaded: 1010 g (35.3 oz) Safeties: Slide mounted decocking levers. Loaded chamber indicator. Firing-pin safety. Slide retention device. Magazine release: Lower trigger guard, extended, reversible. Production years: 2002 - present day. Production location: Beretta USA

Member Reviews

  • Gizmo_max30
    Maguai, Sat, 01 Mar 2008 22:13:08 UTC.
    1st review

    Easy to maintain, service, clean & care for, very reliable, night sites are awesome. I like that it always ready to fire. The de-cocking lever is spring loaded. 15 rounds + 1 in the chamber and how ever many more you can carry in your mag pouches. I got used to the 92F in the USAF so when I went to civilian LE is seemed like a natural choice.

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  • Mpdpatch_max30
    JK313, Sun, 02 Mar 2008 01:40:51 UTC.

    I also carried the 92F in the Army. It was an excellent upgrade from the old Colt .45 Govt. Issue we carried before. I also found the Beretta to be accurate and dependable. The most important feature of any duty gun is that it is comfortable, accurate and reliable. Enjoy... but don't be affraid to explore new options...

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    Anonymous, Tue, 28 Oct 2008 06:20:47 UTC.

    This is my duty weapon issued by the PD i work for and i love it! I carried a Glock model 22 before i started working for the PD i am at now and i was not happy when they told me they only carry the Berretta 92G's. However, i now love this gun. The reliability of it is fantastic as was the Glock. It just goes to show you that it does not matter what you shoot so long as it is a well built, reliable firearm and you practice as often as possible with it so that you become proficient with that particular gun.

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