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 Beretta 92fs stainless
Red-ryder  [Member]
10/14/2011 6:13:31 PM EST
Just bought my first Beretta
A model 92fs in stainless , researched serial on Beretta web page its a 2002( year of manufacture )
Stainless finish , sights have red dot inserts ???
2 15 rd mags ( thought most were 17 rd )
I stripped gun before I bought it and examined everything I learned to look for in a post this section - looks good

What can anybody tell me about this USA built gun
Antything I should do
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rparrish  [Member]
10/14/2011 6:15:12 PM EST
Love it
cpd670  [Team Member]
10/14/2011 9:55:17 PM EST
I changed out the plastic guide for a steel one from Brownells and replaced the plastic grips with wood.
GunDisaster  [Team Member]
10/14/2011 9:59:24 PM EST
Thread the factory barrel and get a suppressor
Linksrds  [Member]
10/15/2011 3:52:56 AM EST
you will find over a period of time that the pistol is absolutely trustworthy and will literally shoot anything you feed it.
CPD363  [Member]
10/15/2011 3:56:32 AM EST
You have a nice pistol but bulky by today's standards. The earlier Italian made ones from the 80's are more collectible. The original silver colored mags are expensive but M9 mags are cheap and plentiful.
kittyhawk63  [Team Member]
10/15/2011 7:48:20 AM EST
Originally Posted By cpd670:
I changed out the plastic guide for a steel one from Brownells and replaced the plastic grips with wood.


Do this. I suggest ordering the factory stainless rod (comes with a spring as well). Will run you about $25. And, red dots/15rd mags are correct for that gun. It should eat anything you feed it. Mine gets an exclusive diet of NATO Spec 9mm ball. So reliable and easy to operate and maintain, it's almost boring. Almost.

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