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 M9 - Hair Metal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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.
Beretta 92FS Centurion - modification of the Model 92FS with shortened slide and barrel.
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 Beretta 92FS Compact Type M - Definition, explanation
About the same size as a Beretta 92FS Compact L, the Beretta 92FS Compact Type M uses a specific frame that has a smaller grip that only accepts a single stack magazine that is specific to the Beretta 92FS Compact Type M. Intended market
The Beretta 92FS Compact Type M maintains all the good handling and safety qualities of the Beretta 92FS Compact L while being somewhat more compact.
The Beretta 92FS Compact Type M suffers from the same limitations in harsh environments as all Beretta 92 pistols.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/b/be/beretta_92fs_compact_type_m.php   (252 words)

  
 Modern Firearms - Beretta 92 / 96 / 98 / 90two pistol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
With the introduction of the Model 92FS in the late 1980s, another unusual safety feature was fitted in the form of an enlarged head to the hammer pin.
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 92 General Information in Guns World
The Type M carries a single stack 8-round magazine, which allows a slimmer, flatter profile for better concealment or for those with smaller hands.
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)

  
 The Gunman of Southern California
Beretta’s exclusive Bruniton non-reflective matte fl finish is a superior corrosion resistant coating.
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).
The Type M, variant of 92 Compact L, carries a single stack 8-round magazine, which creates a slimmer profile that’s ideal for individuals with smaller hands.
www.thegunman.com /catalog/beretta92fs92d.htm   (803 words)

  
 the munchkin wrangler.: more gun stuff.
This is a Beretta 92D "Type-M", the compact, single-stack, double-action-only variant of the Beretta 92FS pistol currently pulling duty in the holsters of U.S. service members from Anchorage to Afghanistan and beyond.
The 92FS shares the malaise of all crunchentickers, which is a trigger that starts out with a long pull and then switches to a short pull after the first shot; the 92D has the same long (but extremely smooth) trigger pull with every shot...much like a good S&W revolver.
The 92FS has a safety/decocker, something that is often left on safe when the owner means for the gun to go bang, or left on "go" when the owner thinks his gun to be safe; the 92D has no such contraption marring the side of the slide.
munchkinwrangler.blogspot.com /2006/04/more-gun-stuff.html   (542 words)

  
 Beretta Type M? - THR
The M is a compact size 92 with an 8 round single stack mag.
"M" is for the 8 shot, "L" is for the shorter grip.
Having both Compact type M(8round) and type L(13round) and several full size models the M compact is supremely accurate, more so than any other Beretta or Sig I have.
www.thehighroad.org /showthread.php?t=16544   (854 words)

  
 BHP or (another) Beretta 92FS? - 1911Forum
The Beretta is an un-necessarily large platform for the 9x19mm.
The Compact type L is a little fatter than the M as it holds more bullets.
The M is something you may have to special order, it's not usually in stock but it can be had upon request.
forums.1911forum.com /showthread.php?t=60393   (2146 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS
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.
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.cybershooters.org /dgca/beretta_92fs.htm   (2026 words)

  
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Beretta 21A: DA/SA model of the 950BS in.25 ACP (8 round cap) or.22 LR (7 round cap), 4.9" long, 2.4" barrel, 3.75" tall, 11.8 oz., walnut grips, blue, matte blue, or nickel finish.
Beretta 92 Type M (92SBCM and 92FCM): 9mm semi-auto, 7.8" long, 4.3" barrel, 1.25" wide, 30.8 oz, 8 round mag., $640.
Beretta M93R: 9mm recoil-operated machine pistol, closed-bolt firing, 6.14" barrel, 9.45" length, 2.47 lbs, selective fire, 1100 rpm, 15 or 20 round mags., shoulder stock.
www.textfiles.com /politics/GUNS/guns.txt   (8392 words)

  
 The Sons Of Big Boss
The type 17 pistol is imitation of the USA pistol, with basically the same techinical capabilities.
Trigger is of single action type, with exposed hammer and ambidextrous safety, located at either side of the slide.
Another feature of the AR-15 type rifles is the bolt catch device, that locks the bolt group in the open position when the last round is fired.
solidsnake19148.tripod.com /metal_gear_solid_weapons.html   (12684 words)

  
 Beretta Compact - TheFiringLine Forums
Beretta has made two types of compacts in the past: the 92SB-C and the Type M. They had identical slides but the Type M was single stack with 8 rounds while the 92SB-C used a 13 round mag.
BTW, I used to have a 92 SB Compact Type M, whose polished blue finish and overall high quality made it something of a gem (wish I still had it).
Interestingly, although the Type M grip is slimmer, the overall thickness of the pistol is unchanged due to the slide.
www.thefiringline.com /forums/showthread.php?t=5216   (439 words)

  
 Ozark Guns, Beretta 92 Pistols
Allows the user to load the chamber one cartridge at a time should the magazine be lost or damaged.
Beretta’s exclusive Bruniton non-reflective matte fl finish is a superior corrosion resistant coating.
The front part of the firing pin is blocked from any forward movement until the trigger is pulled completely back.
www.ozarkguns.com /Beretta/Pistols/beretta92.htm   (624 words)

  
 Italian Pistols - Beretta
Notes: The Beretta M-1915 was produced in quantity when the demands of World War 1 outstripped the ability of Italy to produce the Glisenti pistol Italians were using at the time.
The M-92SBC Type M is the same as the M-92SBC, but with a narrower grip and a smaller magazine.
Notes: This is similar in concept to the M-98, but is based on the M-92SB-C Type M instead of the M-92SB-C. This means that it has a narrower pistol grip housing a single-column magazine instead of a double-column magazine.
www.pmulcahy.com /pistols/italian_pistols-beretta.htm   (2516 words)

  
 GlockWorld - Glock Information - Beretta 92F vs Glock 17
I shot the Beretta with the best hand loads for the Glock and the group sizes were 3 inches at 25 yards.
The Beretta is only slightly more pricey, but the Glock's preban mags are WAY more expensive(around 100 bucks as compared to the Beretta's 50).
The Beretta can be fired with a lighter grip without "stovepiping", I have noticed, but that is just a matter of knowing your gun.
www.glockworld.com /articles/beretta_vs_glock.htm   (868 words)

  
 Beretta-L Discussion List : FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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 92
Beretta is the oldest company in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Beretta launched the model 92 in 1975, amid the introduction of a number of other designs, notably the SIG-Sauer P220 and the Brno CZ-75, both classic designs themselves.
They're not for small-handed shooters though, and also they are not really suitable for concealed carry due to their large size, although Beretta has subsequently developed shorter and thinner versions, such as the 92FS Compact, Centurion and Type M models.
www.constitution.org /mil/wi/17th/beretta_92.htm   (2150 words)

  
 Nazarian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Beretta 92S - model with early style slide mounted safety and magazine release.
Beretta 92FS Elite - with heavy but slightly shortened slide
The Beretta 92 pistols were developed by the italian company Armi Pietro Beretta Spa.
www.nazarian.no /wep.asp?id=99   (819 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)

  
 THE GUNS OF THE MATRIX
He uses a pair of 92FS pistols in the lobby battle, then one in the elevator shaft, and then a pair up on the roof top.
Beretta pistols (unsure if these are 92 models or her personal favorites, the Beretta Cheetahs) are on the racks too.
Berettas are in many movies because they look great on the screen, they really do.
www.madogre.com /Interviews/Guns_of_the_Matrix.htm   (6138 words)

  
 92 Series Resource Page - class major league baseball trivia board game 92 series 1
The Beretta 92s are 92 series 2 cycle full size pistols.
The survivor series 92 following is a list of Beretta 92 models class major league baseball trivia board game 92 series 1 and the 93, 96, 98 and 99 models which are based on it.
It involves analysis of bullets and bullet impacts to determine the type and caliber of the firearm fired.
www.forensico.com /For-List_of_Firearms_Num-/92_Series.html   (158 words)

  
 Beretta 92 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beretta_92FS_Compact_Type_M   (2262 words)

  
 Beretta 92   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It included the changes of the 92S, added a firing pin safety, and relocated the magazine release catch from the bottom of the grip to the lower bottom of the trigger guard.
Similar to the Compact L, but it has a slimmer grip that only accepts a single stacked 8-round magazine.
The Beretta 93R is a 92 modified significantly to provide the option of firing in 3-round bursts.
www.tocatch.info /en/Beretta_92D_Compact_L.htm   (2280 words)

  
 642
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.
This one is a perfect example of how even when everything is right, it can still be wrong.
members.cox.net /waynesfirearms/htm/bercc2.htm   (139 words)

  
 Beretta Pistol Mags
TJ General Store offers the full line of Beretta parts and accessories including a full line of Tikka and Sako parts and accessories.
TJ General Store is an authorized Beretta dealer for all your parts and accessories.
Shipping is either illegal or requires some type of license or document exchange.
www.tjgeneralstore.com /beretta_pistol_mags.htm   (578 words)

  
 Guns You Were happy To Sell... - TheFiringLine Forums
I was disappointed with the weld marks in the receiver, the lack of accuracy when I shot from a rest, and how many times this rifle jammed with different types of ammunition.
I sold it over GunBroker.com, and was honest as to why, and the guy who bought it was tickled pink with it when he got it; he loved it.
I was looking for a small pocket type handgun in 22lr that could live in my fishing box.
www.thefiringline.com /forums/showthread.php?p=2138317   (1796 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.
Bullets fired from rifled weapons acquire a distinct signature of grooves, scratches, and indentations which are somewhat unique to the weapon used.
www.forensico.com /For-List_of_Firearms_Num-/92D_Compact_L.html   (149 words)

  
 SILVER M 92FS AirSoft Guns UHC Spring
The Beretta 92 pistols were developed in Italy by the manufacturer, Armi Pietro Beretta Spa.
It was soon adopted by many other military and law enforcement forces, eventually taking the place of the 1911 in many agencies, which had served as the official sidearm of almost every United States military group for close to a century.
The 92FS Beretta features a chrome lined barrel, recurved triggerguard for improved two-hands grip, new grip panels, and trigger bar disconnect safety.
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 Holiday Special   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The used magazines are throughly cleaned, inspected, then tested in my own Beretta for fit, drop, and slide lock--no other dealer cares enough to take the time to do all this..
They are in very good condition and guaranteed to be exactly as described and to work perfectly in your Beretta.
NOTE: The 20-round mags can be used with Beretta 96 series guns, but will hold only 15-rounds of.40 S&W. Guarantee: One week to look them over and try in your Beretta; if not delighted, send them back!
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