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Posted: 8/4/2005 2:14:55 PM EDT
Thinking of picking one of these up. Let's see them.

Plus anyone have some pros vs. cons?
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 2:02:19 PM EDT
The 92D is a great pistol in my eyes. It is my service pistol, and I also personally own one.
Pros: DAO= fast into action
Very accurate once your used to the trigger pull
As simple as a pistol gets, very easy to use under stress
If you can find a police package, it comes with 3 15rd mags, and Trijicon night sights, but no
plastic storage box.
No hammer spur to snag on anything during concealed carry
Looks awesome
It's a Beretta!

Cons: Loooooooong trigger pull (but smooth)
(for some people) no manual safety (although several passive safety devices)
A relatively large pistol for concealed carry

Sorry for no pic, I'm sure some will be posted.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 8:48:05 PM EDT

Originally Posted By MrMojoRising:
Thinking of picking one of these up. Let's see them.

Plus anyone have some pros vs. cons?



Repost from another post:

I like my 92D...I got a hell of a deal on it a few years back NIB w/ Trij NS out the door for $400. Never had a problem w/ it. It is a long pull, but it's the nicest smooth DAO 7lb pull I have ever shot. Shoots nice groups. I don't shoot it as much as my other handguns, but I would not get rid of it either. I have seen some sub $300 VG used 92D around and was thinking of getting another just for fun. I can't see why these are soooo cheap. They shoot as well as either of my Glock 9mms and a friends Sig 226. Not as well as my P7s, but I could buy 3 or 4 92D for one P7M13.

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