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New Beretta 92FS Combat combo

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Morgo, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    Hey guys,

    Picked up a firearm I put a deposit on a few months ago, a brand new Beretta 92FS Combat Combo :)


    While I already own a standard Inox and Vertec Inox as well as a 92FS Competition/Target model I've never really been a huge fan of Beretta's.

    With the Combat that's all changed.

    I really like the heavier brigadier slide, SAO trigger, barrel bushing, and frame mounted safety of the Combat and for me it is by far the best Beretta I've handled
  2. bannockburn

    bannockburn Active Member


    Nice looking Beretta 92FS. Never heard of a 92FS Combat before; definitely like the SAO trigger set-up and the frame mounted safety. Hope it shoots as well as it looks.
  3. gunnutery

    gunnutery New Member

    Very cool. I've never heard of the "combat" before either. I like it.
  4. 19-3Ben

    19-3Ben New Member

    I'll throw in my hat with those who have never heard of it.
    Really cool looking. It's like something from a video game or sci-fi movie.

    So... you're not a fan, but you already owned three, and now a fourth? Somehow, I think they've wormed their way into your heart.
  5. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    Thanks guys, the Combat is I guess a scarce model.
  6. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    Pretty much, as I said I'm not a HUGE fan. I still like them and enjoy shooting them but I prefer others. I think the Combat will change that though.
  7. shootr

    shootr New Member

    Wow! That's a nice package and I imagine a great shooter.
  8. psyopspec

    psyopspec New Member

    Nice find! I too had never heard of these models. I like that they "fixed" the safety on this model. With the extra barrel, is it 9x19 and .40 that you're able to shoot? How many magazines are included for each?

    Most importantly, how does it shoot?
  9. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    The second barrel is still 9mm. Its to give you a standard size 92fs, its actually called the Stock model when used with the shorter barrel, but it will still have a bushed barrel for increased accuracy.

    It came with 3 9mm mags
  10. HOOfan_1

    HOOfan_1 New Member

    Ha, I don't own any and I am a fan...
    Never seen a 92FS with a frame mounted safety....maybe they need to make more, since that is a reason some people prefer the Taurus PT92
  11. berettaprofessor

    berettaprofessor Active Member

    Congratulations; That's a holy grail gun for a lot of Beretta fans.
  12. 1KPerDay

    1KPerDay Active Member

    Very nice. Congrats!
  13. tarosean

    tarosean Active Member

    Not really scarce, just not very cheap. I've been looking for a stock or steel myself...

    Nice find btw
  14. VoodooSan

    VoodooSan New Member

    Dude that's awesome. Good snag.


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  15. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    I much prefer the frame mounted safety already over the normal slide mounted.
  16. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    Thanks, it was one for me too :)
  17. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    Not sure how scarce they are in the US though some on the Beretta forum seem to think only 50 of the 92 version were imported into the US.

    I was really surprised to find a new one for sale as I thought they were long discontinued.
  18. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    A few more pics

  19. ATBackPackin

    ATBackPackin New Member

    Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful!

    One question though and this is coming from a happy M9 owner. If they can put a frame mounted safety on that model, then why can't they do it for the others? It seems to be the biggest problem people have with Beretta and I can only imagine their sales would skyrocket if they did.


  20. Morgo

    Morgo New Member

    Thanks mate :)

    I don't know why they don't sell a version of the standard 92fs with a frame mounted safety, I think Taurus have one. It could be the Beretta versions are all SAO.

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