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    Beretta 92 series

    Some people love them, some loathe them. I like them and accumulated a few over the years

    I bought my first one in 1989, Lethal Weapon was all the rage then. It was a second hand 92 F made in 1986. Shot it a lot, then tinkered with it, threaded barrel and B&T silencer, Tasco pro point on a B square mount. I still use it occasionally and it’s still going strong.





    In 1999 I had the opportunity to acquire this 93r at a bankruptcy auction, complete with box, two mags and folding stock. Undated but the serial number is close to the 92 F above, so it might be a 1986 too. I asked Beretta but they sadly never bothered to respond.





    In 2010 I bought this 92 FS made in 1993, I prefer the straight dust cover vs the slanted one



    It also has an accessory, an 8” sport barrel.



    A hard to find one that took me a long time to get. 92 Combat made in 2001





    Another not so common one, I had an instant crush on it, 92 steel I from 2010





    Finally I recently bought a M9A1, NIB from a private seller 40% below list price



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    I love my 92s! Holy grail of Berettas, I wish I could have a 93R!
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    very nice, thanks for sharing! A couple things there i have never seen before like the braced 93r and the 8'' sport barrel.

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    That is a beautiful collection of some hard to find/get Berettas.

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    Congrat man !

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    My 91A1 was one of my earliest purchases, but continues be a gun I enjoy. I've spent more time tinkering with it and envisioning what else I should do with it more than any other I own. Those are some beautiful examples you've got, OP
    "Man is still the first weapon of war" - Field Marshal Montgomery

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    This was recently posted on YouTube:
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    Nice collection

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    That’s glorious!
    First time seeing several of those configs.

    I inherited a 92fs, tinkered with it a little and fell in love. But you my friend are doing the 92 series right.
    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
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    I only have one, but I really like it.

    It's an m9a1 with vertec inox slide w/ g conversion and HD sights. Frame has an extended mag release, and LTT trigger job in a bag.

    Soli Deo Gloria

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