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  Beretta 92
Beretta is the oldest company in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Beretta redesigned the gun with a slide-mounted safety, which when the lever is pressed downward, not only disengages the trigger but also decocks the hammer and trigger.
Beretta submitted the 92S, but although it did well, the USAF wanted a more traditional magazine release like that on the 1911A1, so Beretta redesigned the 92S into the (extremely rare) 92S-1, with a magazine release at thumb level.
www.constitution.org /mil/wi/17th/beretta_92.htm   (2150 words)

  
 Modern Firearms - Beretta 92 / 96 / 98 / 90two pistol
Beretta 81 82 84 85 86 87 89
Beretta 92FS (1989) - a minor modification of the Model 92F, with an enlarged hammer pin head which prevents the slide from flying back in the case of breakage.
Beretta 92FS Centurion (1996) - version of the Model 92FS with a shortened barrel and slide, the frame is the same as on the Model 92FS.
world.guns.ru /handguns/hg07-e.htm   (1336 words)

  
 Beretta International
• The Beretta 9mm pistol was the most reliable of all pistols tested in the 1984 competition which resulted in the award of the M9 contract to Beretta.
The pistol’s grip is grooved to enhance control during firing, the beveled magazine well facilitates rapid reloading, front and rear slide serrations provide a sure grip for fast, easy racking of the slide, the skelotonized hammer reduces lock time and the rubber magazine pad protects the magazine if it is dropped.
Beretta Elite II models are available only in the G configuration (when the lever is released after having been activated to lower the hammer, it automatically returns to the ready-to-fire position).
www.beretta.com /index.aspx?m=74&idc=2&ids=27   (1213 words)

  
 BrickGun - Beretta 92FS
The core components of the design have not changed during the Beretta 92's evolution, which is one reason why it continues to be the choice over newer packages.
This new release is titled the BrickGun Beretta 92FS and features all the same mechanical functions of the original.
The new Beretta 92FS is amazing to me. It maintains the same functionality of the original, but now it really looks like a Beretta and is identical to one in size.
www.brickgun.com /Beretta_92FS/Beretta_92FS.html   (1012 words)

  
 rec.guns FAQ: III.C.2.b.4. Beretta 92FS Stainless
The first was it has been used by the US armed forces since '86, so that the design has had a chance to be debugged in the field and parts and knowledge of the design is widespread in the US.
Beretta states that the chamber pressures for the 9x21 should not exceed SAMMI specs for the 9x21.
Since the M9 (Beretta 92FS military designation) is the US military sidearm I was able to buy genuine Beretta US surplus mags for $15 each.
www.recguns.com /Sources/IIIC2b4.html   (1440 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS Compact L - Definition, explanation
The Beretta 92FS Compact L and Beretta 92FS Compact L Inox are semi-automatic pistols designed and manufactured by Beretta.
The Beretta 92FS Compact L Inox is made out of stainless steel and has the same improvements.
The Beretta 92FS Compact L is a law enforcement pistol, but it was also sold to the civilian market for self-defense.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/b/be/beretta_92fs_compact_l.php   (290 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS Elite 1A Silver - Western Arms ( Buy, Pictures, Info )
The Beretta range (with the exception of the newly announced, and not yet tested, Beretta Cougar) are still Magna R gas system guns, so the Beretta came in the familiar uncoloured cardboard box, with Beretta and WA logos.
As with all WA's Berettas metal content is quite high with trigger, trigger bar, safeties/decockers, hammer, magazine release, slide lock and sights all being made of metal.
The silver finish on this INOX Beretta is excellent and it succeeds in looking stylish, classy and purposeful all at the same time, which cannot be said of all silver airsoft guns.
www.eliteairsoftuk.com /content/2005/06/000005.php   (1325 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS
Beretta is one of the oldest firearm companies in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Beretta submitted the 92S, but although it did well, the USAF wanted a more traditional magazine release like that on the 1911A1, so Beretta redesigned the 92S into the (extremely rare) 92S-1, with a magazine release at thumb level.
Although the Beretta won the USAF trials, politics got involved for various reasons, (mainly that some Americans didn't want Italian guns, 9mm guns, or yet another different gun, depending on whose version of the story you listen to) and the whole project went on the back burner for awhile.
www.whuckaba.com /9mm/92fs.shtml   (1242 words)

  
 Complete Beretta - GunVideo.com
Beretta is among the world's oldest corporations, and has been owned by the same family for nearly 500 years.
The Beretta company was established historically in 1526, when gunsmith Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta, of Gardone, received 296 ducats as payment for 185 firearms sold to the Arsenal of Venice.
In 1985, Beretta was chosen during a controversial selection process to produce the M9 9mm Parabellum sidearm for the United States military, winning a contract for 500,000 units.
gunvideo.com /index.php?category_id=314&tpl=pgroup_descrip&pid=6856&return=?   (264 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS Brigadier - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
The Beretta 92FS Brigadier with its slide mounted decocking and manual safety is very easy to load and unload in a safe fashion.
The Beretta 92FS Brigadier retained the reliable function from the Beretta 92FS, properly oiled, cleaned and maintained it would hardly ever fail to function in a moderate climate.
The Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox, made out of stainless steel eliminates the corrosion problems and also the slide to frame play problems as there is no Bruniton to wear away.
www.music.us /education/B/Beretta-92FS-Brigadier.htm   (677 words)

  
 M9 - Hair Metal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Beretta 92 is a blowback operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol.
Beretta 92F - also known as model 92SB-F. Developed in 1983, this model is a further modification of the model 92SB, that featured slightly re-shaped grip, plastic grip panels and new, more durable finish.
Beretta 92FS Elite - modification of the Model 92FS Brigadier that features slightly shortened barrel (down to 119 mm; overall lenght is 211 mm), as well as some "customisation", such as bevelled magazine veil and skeletonized hammer.
www.hair-metal.net /m9.htm   (812 words)

  
 92F/FS - Beretta-E
The Beretta 92SB-F, Beretta 92FS, Beretta 92G, and Beretta 92FS Inox are semi-automatic, locked-breech delayed recoil operated, double/single action pistols, chambred for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge, designed and manufactured by Beretta.
Beretta 98FS is simply a Beretta 92FS with a barrel chambered for 9x21 IMI ammunition for those markets where military ammunition is illegal for sports use.
Beretta designed a new slide, but this slide would not be disclosed nor enter production as the reason for the slide failures had been discovered, later this slide became known as the Brigadier type slide.
www.beretta-e.org /index.php?title=92F/FS   (1445 words)

  
 Beretta DVD
Beretta is among the world's oldest corporations, and has been owned by the same family for nearly 500 years.
The Beretta company was established historically in 1526, when gunsmith Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta, of Gardone, received 296 ducats as payment for 185 firearms sold to the Arsenal of Venice.
In 1985, Beretta was chosen during a controversial selection process to produce the M9 9mm Parabellum sidearm for the United States military, winning a contract for 500,000 units.
www.thecountryshed.com /beretta_dvd.htm   (672 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS/M9
Beretta made a special version of the 92S (92S-1) for the JSSAP tests which included a repositioned magazine release, an ambidextrous safety, serrated front and back straps, and enlarged sights with white inlaid markings.
During the mean time, Beretta had improved the 92SB again, calling the resulting pistol the 92SB-F. The competitors included the Colt SSP, the FN Double Action Hi-Power, the HK P7M13, the SIG-Sauer P226, the SandW 459, the Steyr GB, and the Walther P88.
The 92FS has a stellar reputation for accuracy and reliability, and as long as the user has large enough hands it is an excellent choice in a 9x19mm pistol.
www.coolgunsite.com /comm_pistols/beretta92.htm   (1238 words)

  
 October, 97 Shoot Better
Nearly every 92FS we’ve had a chance to shoot in that span couldn’t produce groups under 2 inches at 25 yards—which may be fine for a battle arm, but which isn’t remotely close to being competitive on paper or steel.
On a stock 92FS, about 0.375 inch of the barrel juts out in front of the slide, and the nosepiece fits over the exposed barrel and is fixed to the slide with two Allen-head screws.
But the Beretta had aluminum rails that didn’t respond well to any of the traditional rail-fitting techniques, such as squeezing the slide to the frame, welding on new metal and then fitting, or installing aftermarket parts (they don’t exist).
www.gun-tests.com /performance/oct97shootbetter.html   (2208 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS
The Beretta 92FS, its predecessors and its copies are quite possibly the most common pistols in the world today, only the Browning Hi-Power can claim anywhere near the acceptance.
Beretta is the oldest gun company in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Beretta redesigned the gun with a slide-mounted safety, which when the lever is pressed downward, not only disengages the trigger but also decocks the hammer and trigger.
www.cybershooters.org /dgca/beretta_92fs.htm   (2026 words)

  
 BORELLI CONSULTING: Tactical Equipment Reviews
The Beretta M9/92FS is a short recoil, semi-automatic pistol chambered for 9mm NATO ammunition.
Berettas, in my experience, like to be lubricated when they are fired.
The only thing to really argue about the Beretta after that is the caliber and whether or not the 9mm is an adequate "man stopper".
www.borelliconsulting.com /evals/guns/berettam9.htm   (2131 words)

  
 Navigation
The 92FS is very similar to the M9 that I rejected years ago.
Anyways, to guys that debate this Beretta takedown stunt, you can argue the same thing can be done to other guns.
To sum up my Beretta 92FS, I'd have to say it's one of the finest automatics out there and I wouldn't hesitate betting my life on it...
www.madogre.com /Interviews/Beretta92FS.htm   (1318 words)

  
 92CB - Beretta-E
Thus like the original Beretta 92, the Beretta 92CB is a single-action pistol with a double-action capability in case of a misfire.
The Beretta 92CB safety levers are very fast to operate, enabling a proficient sports shooter to shoot two shoots in less time than is required to shoot a single shoot out of a typical double-action first shoot pistol like the Beretta 92FS.
Because the Beretta 92CB is build with fewer parts it is somewhat more reliable than a Beretta 92FS.
www.beretta-e.org /index.php?title=92CB   (255 words)

  
 Just Pistols - GBB - WA M92FS HW   (Site not responding. Last check: )
They went to the extent of getting Beretta to license their replicas and are generally seen as the most 'beautiful' replicas of Berettas available.
Otherwise, this is much like any other WA Beretta 92FS, which is to say, a highly accurate, beautifully made replica of the real thing.
I have not been able to recommend all WA Beretta 92s without reservation in the past, but this is one I feel happy to.
snowman.ascuk.net /m9od.htm   (1181 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS Light Gun - Xbox
The Beretta® 92FS light gun is the only replica firearm compatible with all TV sets, including the latest 100Hz models, and was developed in close collaboration with The House of the Dead III team for optimal playability.
The Beretta® 92FS is also unique in that it is compatible with newer 100Hz TV sets in addition to PAL 50Hz and NTSC 60Hz models, a unique feature in the gaming industry.
The Beretta 92FS is equipped with a trigger, start and back buttons, 2 digital buttons, plus a thumbstick for better control in games and menus and also features a reload button just under the handle for easy access.
news.teamxbox.com /xbox/4137/Beretta-92FS-Light-Gun   (672 words)

  
 BERETTA - MAGAZINES - Top Gun Supply
These FLUSH FIT Beretta magazines are of the same high quality you have come to expect from ACT-MAG.
Mec-Gar Beretta 92FS, M9, 9mm 17rd magazine - BLUE
Mec-Gar Beretta 92FS, M9, 9mm 17rd magazine - NICKEL
www.topgunsupply.com /BERETTA-c-61.html   (194 words)

  
 Pistoleer Pete's Beretta Handgun & Factory Beretta Magazine Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Beretta 92FS Border Marshal semi-auto pistol--made in USA by Beretta USA.
It is a favorite among law enforcement officials such as the INS who chose it to be carried by Border Patrol Agents.
Beretta 85 FS Cheetah semi-auto pistol in Nickel
www.pistoleer.com /beretta   (376 words)

  
 Beretta - Simpson Ltd. - Collectors Firearms
BERETTA 92FS; 9 mm; excellent bore, excellent grips, in original box with extra magazine, police special,  
BERETTA 92FS; 9 mm; excellent bore, excellent grips, 1 of 1000 Operation Enduring Freedom M9- US NAVY Edition, used, with box and 2 magazines, s/n BER2868xx 
BERETTA MOD 92FS COMBO; 9 mm; excellent bore, excellent grips, Beretta 92FS with 9mm slide and barrel, 40 cal slide and barrel, one 9mm hi-capacity magazine, one 10 round 9mm magazine and one 10 round 40 cal magazine, L.N.I.B., s/n BER0696xx 
www.simpsonltd.com /index.php?cPath=156_177   (281 words)

  
 WA Beretta 92FS "Perfect Version"
If you have to own one Beretta, the best Beretta, it has to be the WA Beretta 92FS "Perfect Version".
The WA PV is a breeze to disassemble, using the familiar Beretta field-stripping system.
Eject the magazine, turn off the safety, then, while pressing in a button on the right side of the frame, turn a lever on the left side 90 degrees downward, and the slide comes forward a few millimetres off the frame.
www.arniesairsoft.co.uk /reviews/wa_beretta_92fspv/wa_beretta_92fspv_review.htm   (1387 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS V1.0: A LEGO® creation by Lawrence Fetter : MOCpages.com
These guns were very uncomfortable, so I decided to remake the handgrip, and that's what you see in the Beretta 92F V2.0.
The models are Powerline Airstrike Berettas, bought for about $20 USD each.
I know of a great place to get good lego parts, but you have to be 18 or older cause it includes cred cards and bank accounts, bricklink.com, it works like ebay.
www.mocpages.com /moc.php/12885   (386 words)

  
 Beretta 92F
The Beretta 92F operates from a locked breech, with the locking block under the barrel mating with recesses machined into the sides of the slide.
Other members of the Beretta family include the 92FM and 92C, both compact versions, and the 96, chambered for the.40S&W. There is even a single action version, capable of being carried ‘cocked and locked’, a la Colt 1911.
The Beretta 92F has gone on to carve its own niche in American military and law enforcement history as a reliable pistol, much to the dismay of diehard 1911 fans.
www.alpharubicon.com /leo/beretta92f.htm   (786 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS
Wolf Armouries Airsoft UK has now been operating in Airsoft guns (or BB guns) for over six years, from our humble beginnings we are now proud to have the largest Beretta 92FS (BB gun) showroom in London and the UK, complete with a dedicated Airsoft firing range and situated in Camden Town, North London.
Over the years we have been privileged to play a part in the growth Airsoft skirmishing in the UK, during that time we have gained a vast experience and knowledge of hundreds of different Beretta 92FS, and only stock those that we believe to be reliable, perform well, and of good value.
Our website is one of the few that also features an accurate account of Beretta 92FS in stock which is updated weekly and we hope that soon it will be updated daily.
www.wolfarmouries.co.uk /airsoft/bb/sitemap/beretta_92FS.htm   (352 words)

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