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Beretta 92

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Bruno2, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Bruno2

    Bruno2 Well-Known Member

    I was wondering are there a good selection of performance parts available for these guns? I see mostly 1911 style guns at the combat shoots. I didnt know if that was b/c there are so many after market parts available for them or if that is about the only gun used in these shoots?
  2. DCB

    DCB Active Member

  3. Jed Carter

    Jed Carter Well-Known Member

    Most shoot a SA or striker fired pistol for consistent trigger control. It is required to engage any external safeties before holstering a loaded pistol, and on the 92FS it is also a decocker, so first trigger pull will be DA. However shoot what you have, it will work, you will need at least 5 magazines for ISPC, 4 mag pouches, and a strong side holster like a Blade Tech. I recommend using what you have and shoot in the next match you can, it is a lot of fun and a good way to hone your skills. Later on you may want to get a SA pistol, but the 92FS is a safe reliable, good shooting pistol right out of the box, just what you need to get started.
  4. DonRon

    DonRon member

    Simply replace the stock hammer spring with a stock 1911 hammer spring like most of the troops are doing. You will be amazed at the difference. The worst kept secret in the military.
  5. LHRGunslinger

    LHRGunslinger Well-Known Member

    I honestly don't see why a Beretta Steel I variant of the 92 couldn't be just as effective as a 1911 seein as it was a single action.
  6. Bruno2

    Bruno2 Well-Known Member

    I just recently bought this one. Like in the last yr.It is the sa/da with the decock. I thought the first one I ever owned was a single action gun. I bought that one used in 1996.

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