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Beretta 92 vs. Beretta 90-two

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Soldier0117, Dec 5, 2007.

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  1. Soldier0117

    Soldier0117 Member

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    Hi everyone I was wondering if thre were really any major differences between the Beretta 92 and the 90-two considering that they are like the same pistol with different features. Does the 90-two really have any improvements over the 92, I know the changeable grips are a good new feature but the 92 felt good in my hands anyway so grips aren't a concern. So other than that is there anything better? Thanks.
     
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    The 90-two is just a little too uber-tactical for me. Kinda like that 8-shot .357 S&W revolver with the light rail. There is a line, and sometimes, gun companies cross it.
     
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    I think the 90-TWO has some sort of recoil buffer installed.
     
  4. Soldier0117

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    I myself thought it was almost a little too beefed up looking.
     
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    Better sights, very comfortable and accurate, but that goofy looking platic block under the dustcover kinda looks crappy. I have shot both, ended up getting the 92FS, better availability of parts, shoots great, and looks better IMO
     
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    The only differences I've seen are the light rail w/ cover, the grip's adjustability & the stock 17 round mags (that fit the 92fs by the way)...They feel very similar but I still prefer the 92fs...but I wouldn't mind having some of those 17 round mags tho :D
     
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