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 The Gunman of Southern California
The stainless steel barrel is slightly shorter 4.7” (119 mm) for compactness.
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.thegunman.com /catalog/beretta92fs.htm   (803 words)

 Modern Firearms - Beretta 92 / 96 / 98 / 90two pistol
Beretta 92 pistols are short-recoil operated, locked-breech weapons with an aluminium frame.
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   (1315 words)

 Beretta-L Discussion List : FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Guns labeled F or FS (e.g., 92FS or 8040F) are traditional double/single action guns with a decocking safety located at the rear of the slide.
The Beretta Brigadier carried by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service and the Border Patrol is a "D" gun (a 96D, to be exact).
The down side of this plan is that the Beretta (especially a standard 'F' model 90-series pistol) has such a heavy hammer and heavy hammer spring that the firing pin will quickly destroy your snap cap.
beretta.squawk.com /faq.html   (1156 words)

 Beretta CX4 Storm Tactical Lasers & Lights Insight M-Series
Beretta CX4 Storm controls are very similar to those found on our popular 92FS pistols, so most shooters will be immediately familiar with the operation of this firearm.
Finally, on the Beretta CX4 Storm one side rail included, the front post sight is adjustable for windage and elevation, while the rear ghost ring sight has long and short-range apertures, both sights are protected by rugged "ears" and may be folded down when optics are used.
Beretta's use of cutting-edge materials also keeps weight down to just 53/4 lbs., making the Beretta Cx4 a pleasure to carry, whether in the field or on duty.
www.houtsenterprises.com /cx4_lights.html   (642 words)

 Beretta 92 General Information in Guns World
The 92FS, designated M9 by the U.S. Military, not only meets or exceeds all US Military testing guidelines, it totally revises them.
Compact models are also available in D versions.
The G models differ from 92Fs and 96 models in that the hammer drop lever does not function as a traditional safety.
www.gunsworld.com /beretta/92_general_us.html   (555 words)

 8000 F Cougar L - Beretta-E
The Beretta 8000F Cougar L models are fitted with a modernized slide and an improved magazine release button.
The Beretta 8000F Cougar L is a compact pistol designed for law enforcement and the US concealed carry market.
Like the Beretta 92FS, Cougar Fs are fitted with a decoking safety, that disables the trigger and makes the pistol safe to handle, clean and carry.
www.beretta-e.org /index.php?title=8000_F_Cougar_L   (358 words)

 Pistoleer Pete's Beretta Handgun & Factory Beretta Magazine Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Beretta 92FS Border Marshal semi-auto pistol--made in USA by Beretta USA.
The total dimensions are 6.8" L x 1.4" W x 4.8" H, with sight radius of 4.9".
Compact and comfortable in the hand, it is a lot of fun for plinking from 7 to 25 yards.
www.pistoleer.com /beretta   (376 words)

This is because the spring on the Cougar fits right over the lock's shaft, while on the 92FS the spring is offset to the side and resides in corresponding recesses in both the frame and the button itself.
Beretta advertised heavily that this type of action can reduce felt recoil because a portion of the recoil energy is channeled into the rotation of the barrel.
That Beretta included this modification on the Cougar is very curious to me. For those who aren't familiar with the story, this channel is part of the safety mod that changed the 92F to the 92FS.
members.cox.net /waynesfirearms/htm/8000F.htm   (2025 words)

 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
These designs were ultimately selected by the United States (Beretta 92F, U.S. Military designation of M9 Pistol) and France (Beretta 92G, French military designation of "PAMAS").
The Beretta 93R is a 92 modified significantly to provide the option of firing in three-round bursts.
Taurus modified the original Beretta 92 design, and its recent pistols have the magazine release located behind the trigger guard, and different safeties that act as decocking levers when pulled down and trigger locks when pushed up, presenting the end-user with a different variety of safety options.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Beretta_92   (1896 words)

 92FS Compact L Resource Page - 92FS Compact L
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.
The Inox version which uses a stainless steel barrel lacks the hard chromed bore, but is not subject to the problem with the Bruniton wearing away inside the slide which leads to 92FS Compact L increased slide to frame play on non Inox models.
www.forensico.com /For-List_of_Firearms_Num-/92FS_Compact_L.html   (337 words)

 8000 F Cougar L Type P - Beretta-E
The Beretta 8000F Cougar L Type P is a semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by Beretta.
The Beretta 8000F Cougar L Type P models are fitted with a modernized slide and an improved magazine release button.
The Beretta 8000F Cougar L Type P is a service pistol designed for law enforcement and the US concealed carry market.
www.beretta-e.org /index.php?title=8000_F_Cougar_L_Type_P   (288 words)

 Modern Firearms - Handguns - Beretta 81 82 84 85 86 87 89   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
New generation of the compact pistols from famous Italian company Pietro Beretta appeared in 1976, with introduction of the models 81, 82, 84 and, later, 85.
Ambidextrous safety is mounted on the frame and disconnects the trigger from the sear and locks the slide when engaged.
Slides are of familiar Beretta opent-top pattern, and overall shape of these guns is very similar to famous Beretta 92 pistol.
world.guns.ru /handguns/hg108-e.htm   (630 words)

 New Beretta Pictures I - The Brad Taylor Collection.
Beretta Prototype to the French G-1 project – MAS grips and MAS slide on Italian frame.
The M-9 version belonged to the Gov’t and even though Beretta produced it they could not take one out of the factory to demonstrate – this was Berettas civilian version of the issue gun.
Model 98FS (9 x 21) with Laser Grip – note Beretta Logo (not Crimson Trace) Sold as a 92FS this gun escaped the factory with a Model 98FS slide and barrel – The little known Model 98FS is produced in the USA and exported to Italy for European sales.
www.berettacollection.com /dave/new1.html   (1044 words)

 GunBroker.com Message Forums - Beretta 9000S vs. Beretta 92FS Compact Type M
I've owned several mod 92's and one 92FS type M that was a beautiful little pistol and I wish I had it back.
Beretta is one of the "safest" guns out there, especially for a carry, but quality is now a big issue.
The 92FS Compact L Type M was very accurate, and I was able to get my first 16-rounds in the center of the target!!
forums.gunbroker.com /topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=109398   (1213 words)

 Beretta 92FS 9mm x 19mm Pistol - E-Nexusone
In order to meet requirements of some law enforcement agencies, Beretta modified the Beretta 92 by adding a slide-mounted combined safety and decocking lever, replacing the frame mounted manual thumb safety.
Beretta 92SB Compact (1981 — 1991), shortened barrel and slide (13-round magazine capacity).
Beretta now had two major contracts, about 500,000 units for the US Armed forces and around 230,000 units for the French armed forces.
e-nexusone.com /showthread.php?p=826   (1638 words)

 Semi-automatic pistols for left-handers - THR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I believe that the Beretta 92FS Compact "L" models (9mm) have ambi safety/decockers and the magazine release is easily reversable (instructions are in the operators manual).
The only difference between the L and M is that the L has a 13 round double stack magazine and the M has an 8 round single stack magazine.
The Beretta 92/96's have ambi safeties and the mag release can be easily switched or you could learn how to use your index finger.
www.thehighroad.org /showthread.php?t=55319   (821 words)

 Glock or Beretta - 1911Forum
As for problems I encountered with Beretta, the SS 92 FS, has a broken firing pin, broke in 3 peices, but when it was fixed it shot fine, as did all other Beretta models I have owned.
Also, the Beretta's feed is "in line" which means from the top round in the mag to the chamber is almost a straight line.
I think a big advantage of the Beretta over the Glock is the luxury of being able to stick the gun down the front of your waistband, without a holster, for concealed carry.
www.1911forum.com /forums/showthread.php?t=52173   (2052 words)

 Beretta-L Discussion List : Factory Tour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Langdon was also a sponsored IDPA shooter on Team Beretta.
A Brigadier slide with front cocking serrations like the Elite, this 92FS gun had a standard blued/chrome-lined barrel, three dot tritium self-luminous night sights, Crimson Trace Lasergrips, and a quick-detachable mounted flashlight from InSight Technologies.
Included were an old 92SB Compact, 9mm,.40 S&W, and.45 ACP Cougars, a hard-chromed 92FS, a 92FS Inox with Crimson Trace Lasergrips, a 92G Elite with action work by Ernest Langdon, and and a 96G Elite converted to 357SIG.
beretta.squawk.com /factorytour.html   (567 words)

 Brution or Blued - Beretta Forum
I need some info,just what excatly is the difference between the Brution finish like on the Vertec,and what they call the Blued finish on a 92FS or M9,it looks the same to me when I hold my Vertec next to a 92 or M9.
I believe the Vertec barrel is Bruniton covered stainless while the M9 and 92FS have either a matte blue or parkarized barrel.
P.S.--The answer to the question, as in earlier posts is that there is no difference, they all have the same bruniton finish on the slide and all have the anodized aluminum frame.
www.berettaforum.net /vb/showthread.php?t=1779   (419 words)

 642   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Beretta 92FS Compact L, Type M Custom Carrry II 9mm
It shoots fine and does everything a Beretta should do, but I don't like the shortened grip.
One of the guys on Beretta Forum.net is going to take it off my hands, once he has the funds saved up.
members.cox.net /waynesfirearms/htm/bercc2.htm   (139 words)

 Bianchi Holster - Bianchi Leather Holster - Bianchi Nylon Holster
The belt loop is attached to the holster with a ratcheted swivel, to adjust the holster between five carry modes.
This compact design also features easy on/off convenience with its wraparound belt loops and dual snap closure.
Tried and true, this bianchi compact belt slide holster features an open muzzle design, and widely spaced belt slots to pull the gun close to the body and high on the hip for excellent concealability.
www.securityandsafetysupply.com /products-duty-gear/bianchi-8.html   (2549 words)

 Beretta Law Enforcement at Impact Home
Like so many of the Law Enforcement professionals who depend on them, Beretta firearms have proved their value where it counts: in the line of duty.
From all branches of the U.S. Military to small departments in rural Utah, the worlds elite organizations carry Beretta.
Check out the latest offerings from Beretta, you'll see why- at the moment of truth- you'd want a Beretta in your hand.
www.impactguns.com /store/beretta_le.html   (417 words)

 Packing.org | Wood Grips For A Beretta| Old talk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I have conducted what I think is a rather through search for a set of wood grips for my Beretta 92FS, Compact L, Type M. I thought I had found a supplier (Hogue) but upon further discussion (with the emphasis on Type M) I came up empty.
About 2002 I called Beretta and asked if they had plain wood grips like on their 92EL.
I called customer service and they told be they were for a Compact L. When I told them I had a Compact L Type M (like I did when I ordered them) they said for me to return them and they would send me my money back.
www.packing.org /talk/thread.jsp/13108   (552 words)

 Very impressed with Speer Gold Dot after informal ammo test.. - THR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The gun used was a Beretta 92fs compact L with 4.3" barrel.
The Gold dot had the highest and gave the Beretta quite a thump this was surprising because the Beretta is such a soft-shooter.
As of now my carry load is the 124gr Gold Dot +p in my HandK compact and in my CZ 75D compact this factory load shoots a ragged hole at 50ft in both guns.
www.thehighroad.org /showthread.php?t=121104   (2484 words)

 Signature Grips w/Backstraps for Beretta B92 & Taurus PT92
Compact Grips for S&W "J" Frame Round Butt
Gripper Decelerator Grips w/Finger Grooves for SW "K" & "L" Frame Rnd Butt
Gripper Decelerator Grips w/Finger Grooves for SW "K" & "L" Frame Sq Butt
www.pentagondefense.com /5020212.html   (612 words)

 Packing.org | Help!!! Beretta 92 or XD-9| Old talk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I currently have a Beretta 92FS Compact L and am thinking on trading it in on an XD-9.
Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the Beretta and have never had a problem with it, but it's a little bit to big for a carry weapon.
Well, I don't like beretta's,,,, that is just MY thing, but as far as the XD goes, I swear by them,,, I have a XD-9 Compact with 400 rounds through her with no problems and I have a XD-40 with over 3000 rounds through her with NO troubles.
www.packing.org /talk/thread.jsp/17634   (509 words)

 Beretta Pistols
The new remarkably compact Beretta 9000S pistols are distinguished by their light weight, compact size and potent calibers, making them comfortable and practical carry guns.
The compact version of the 92 series has a shorter length and height compared to the fullsize.
First designed primarily as an undercover gun, the Beretta Cougar 8000 is now carried by growing numbers of police officers as their official duty sidearm because of its superior ergonomic design, low recoil and inherent accuracy.
www.jensenarms.com /pistols/pistols_beretta.htm   (537 words)

 92D Compact L Resource Page - 92D Compact L
The Beretta 92D Compact L is simply a Beretta 92FS Compact L that is 92D Compact L double-action only.
There is no safety on this pistol and it handles similar to a double-action revolver, with a long trigger pull for every shoot.
Back to the top of 92D Compact L page.
www.forensico.com /For-List_of_Firearms_Num-/92D_Compact_L.html   (149 words)

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