Tanfoglio Model BTA90


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aji
July 13, 2006, 02:08 AM
Recently purchased a Tanfoglio BTA90 with case and 2 magazines. Nice pistol, a little heavy but a good shooter. I have 2 questions.

1. Will I be able to use 9mm JHP +P ammo or will I need to stay with standard pressure JHP?

2. Am looking for replacement grips. Prefer wood but may need to settle with rubber. There is not a lot of information about this pistol around and it seems that parts are scarce.

Any information especially regarding parts is greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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Cliff47
July 14, 2006, 05:11 PM
I also own a BTA90, and have the following to say about it: Nice compact design, but due to any warranty/support I have kept my feeding of the little thing to standard pressure FMJ ammo. Grips should be the approximate dimensions of the TZ75/Series 88 'Government' semi-compact model. You may find that Hogue has some exotic wood grips in the inventory (or will make some up for you). Another source of grips may be found over at the CZForum, Omega, Hakan Pek and Viking are supplying gorgeous grips form a number of woods. Check them out. Site address is www.CZForum.com. Good shooting.

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