People have no problem with a $1.3k MSRP for a P226 with a tan paint fob and threaded barrel.
92s are great, full size handguns. It's not quite the same level of a gun then a comparable 226, but that's why berettas usually run at a $300-$400 discount to the 226.
> Addresses about every issue about M9
> Lots of fucking upgrades
> Street prices still less than buying Vertec and adding everything.
> Less than Wilson Combat and 92G-SD
Y'all niggas are retarded
Tan, night sights, front sight dovetail, small grip (vertec grip), a decocker instead of a safety (92G), and a threaded barrel.
You could not have all this shit done to a 92 for less that what Beretta is charging, and vertec's if you can find one start around $700. No one bats an eye at a 226 for this much and this gun will go for under MSRP.
This is the 92's final form. If only they would FUCKING MAKE ONE WITH A FRAME SAFETY i would buy one tomorrow.
>this is the 92's final form
also known as 11 years ago. and it doesn't have a brig slide.
>mfw I can literally but a "used" S&W 29-2 for that money
>DAE le slide safety? LOL
I'll buy one if they drop down to a comfortable $900 in a year or two. For what it is and what you get, it's in line in price with its competitors and we should see a price drop before too long.
>shitty shooters still crying about a slide safety
Buy a G, convert to a G, or you know just learn how to use the safety, it isn't hard.
>tfw bought a taurus over a beretta
>never had a single problem
>anyone I show it to says the safety is in a much better spot, and how beretta's safeties should be
I really want to know who the fuck thought the slide safety was a good idea, and why they haven't made a 92fs with a frame safety yet.
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A3 FRIEND ONLY TO MONEYMAKERS
IT'S AN ENEMY TO FANS OF 9
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>I really want to know who the fuck thought the slide safety was a good idea
some dumb wop cop
>and why they haven't made a 92fs with a frame safety yet.
because they sold all the tooling for frame safety guns to Taurus
It was the US military's idea and they still have tooling for frame safeties. They make special editions with frame safeties every once and a while. The billenium for example has a frame safety.
I personally don't give a fuck about the frame safety, I just use it as a decocker and leave it off safe.
Question, aside from the stupid name, why does the 90-Two get no love?
Except my like-new vertex cost me $500 used.
If you're dumb enough to still be buying new guns, you deserve to get screwed out of every penny you have.
When will Beretta remove that pole from their asses?
> Beretta guns designed to shoot space invaders
You don't say ...
Never. Because they sell to people who have sticks up their asses and woukd sperg out if anything changed.
> Even once
>inb4 about a million other handguns
Because with a flip-down safety your thumb is closer to if not completely in a correct firing position when you finish the action of taking off the safety. And because flipping up is awkward, especially with the safety mounted high up on the slide instead of on the frame (which is where your thumb should be).
I don't think it should be easier to take off the safety than to put it on. It should be a deliberate push, and I think the only reason it makes sense on the 92 is because it's already harder to get to the safety in the first place.
I don't agree that it's the same motion, and there's still the factor of the height of the safety compared to a frame safety. Look how far your own thumb travels on your 92 compared to your 1911.
I see that you're showing that you push forward, but with a 1911 style safety you are lowering your thumb directly into a firing position while simultaneously taking the safety off, which is better than pushing forward and then resettling your thumb.
This vid was for tards who think the safety actually matters, I don't even use the safety as a safety, I just decock it and flip it off. It's second nature to me. DA/SA guns do not need a safety IMO, I do the same shit with my makarov.
And yeah, it's practically the same motion, if you're holding the pistol with both hands and flip off the safety with your right thumb, your thumb lands in the both thumbs forwards shooting position just like a 1911.
Another thing, if the safety were reversed the safety lever would be pointinting down when you shoot. In my hands that poses an interference with my right thumb, I would have to cross one thumb over the other like I do with my mak instead of both thumbs forward.
The beretta safety is absolutely the correct way for a slide mounted safety.
>This vid was for tards who think the safety actually matters, I don't even use the safety as a safety, I just decock it and flip it off. It's second nature to me. DA/SA guns do not need a safety IMO, I do the same shit with my makarov.
Well, that I can agree with.
>TFW everyone laughed at Beretta, until the Aliums came
>TFW defending earth from space Aluims without Anti-Alium Beretta tech
Yeah I'm not sure why you'd want that two tone look.
I could understand wanting just the grips or the grips and the barrel a different color, but the barrel and frame one color, the slide another, and the grips a third?
That I do not get. I like tactical paintjobs where the frame and slide are the same color.
Bu...bu...bu... What if my weak little bitch hands that can't deal with the grip circumference have trouble racking the slide like a l33t oper8or and magically engage the safety/decocker... And then not notice the fact that it fucking decocked... And then not notice the safety wings being down on safe!
>why does the 90-Two get no love?
Most complaints about it is that the grip feels slippery for some hands. Unlike most 92 styles, the 90-Two doesn't have the wide variety of grip options because the frame is designed for 1 of 2 proprietary grip designs.
Also, the looks are love-or-hate.
Those are for people that like to use box jellyfish as pocket pussy.
Like I said, I've never had a single problem. You can go ahead and spout as many memes as you want, it doesn't change anything. pt92s are made with beretta's tooling. Mine has shot flawlessly for over 5k rounds, and eats any ammo I put in it.
>yfw Beretta has been around for 500 years because they are ready for aliums
> yfw no other gun maker has been around long enough to know better
>yfw winning the pistol contract wasn't an accident
The gubmint is ready for the aliums to invade man