Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by OneFreeTexan, Oct 7, 2018.
Has a red dot. In the grip.
Red dot in the grip? You mean a laser grip?
You have a solid gun there, it'll last several lifetimes of shooting and carry with minimal repairs.
Well, of course that’s what I meant... I was just in a hurry to tell you all about it,,, I didn’t enter it correctly.
Eager for the rain to quit so I can shoot it.
My 92F is US made:
Shipped in 1998. Production of the F and FS overlapped, with the primary difference being the FS had the slide modified to prevent it from escaping the frame if it suffered a catastrophic failure.
Also have a '04 FS Stainless:
Had an Italian 92S with factory Nickel and a 92 SB Type M single stack. All were fantastic guns. Love those Berettas!
Ooooooohhhh, need pics!
The Beretta website has a serial number lookup tool, but it only works for US made guns.
I think the consensus is they never jam until the locking block snaps.....then you replace it and keep on rockin!
Neither one of mine has ever had a malfunction, but then I installed new blocks on both when I got them. Great pistols!
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