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Love at first sight!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ThrottleJockey, Feb 27, 2009.

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  1. ThrottleJockey

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    From the very first time Beretta sent me a picture of it looking for input in naming the new handgun, I was in love. The lines, the curves, the style.......As soon as I was able, I bought one. It was only my second handgun purchase ever. From there, the love affair only grew. The feel in my hand, the fit, the placement of everything, the way my hand could hit every release, safety etc. The Beretta 90-Two was for me. I have since purchased MANY more guns, long gun and handgun, but the 90-Two still is my true love. I am beginning to think however that this gun is like the ugly stepsister that no one wants to date. I cannot get a good holster that it fits in, parts aren't avail.(beretta claims to have them, but I can't find them even from beretta) Even Beretta won't support this gun, as they make holsters for it, but Refuse to ship them to the USA. Am I the only man in the world that feels this way about her? I cannot even find anyone else that has one. I realize this is a fairly new model, but with every passing month she moves closer and closer to the land of misfit toys. Does anyone else here have one? Has anyone here ever held one? Fired one? There is a picture of one here, with a shotcam on it(the cam certainly doesn't do her justice)http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=431390and here is a picture of mine, the laser has since been permanently removed, as it was sort of like a big wart on her nose. What am I missing, what is wrong with her?
     

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  2. seale

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    Get a room!

    I'm of course referring to a room that doubles as a range ;)

    This must be Beretta's version of Smith's M&P. How bout including what the name/model of this gun is? Not all of us follow beretta.
     
  3. ThrottleJockey

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    I take the lack of response to mean no one has seen, fired, or owned one? I hope she is discontinued soon so mine will appreciate in value and so I can get more cheap!
     
  4. Hungry Seagull

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    Its not that.

    Let's see.. I appreciate the joy and wonder that you have experienced with the weapon in question. Everyone should have that at least once in life.

    =)

    See you on the flip side eh?
     
  5. Davionmaximus

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    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder... I feel the same way about my Ruger...But congratz on finding your "one"...
     
  6. glock_17_4U

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    nice gun

    I have held a few of those 90 twos and they r nice,but i dont see any reason not to spen 100-200 less and get a 92fs or about the same and get a 92fs inox.but if she floats your boat then more power to you.
    and I know she hold two more rounds,but mags r availabe for the 92fs that do that and more.In closing i am, basically saying i feel her main competition is the p2fs,beause If u like em that big, then why no get the original.
     
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