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Beretta 92

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

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  1. Bruno2

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    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?
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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

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    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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