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    k1w1t1m is offline Junior Member
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    Here's my two:


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    My new 9000s .40S&W


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    Quote Originally Posted by kansas_plainsman View Post
    My new 9000s .40S&W



    I still think that is one of the best looking guns ever made. How do you like it?

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    Still getting to know it, but so far I like it very much. The rounded contours make for a comfortable carry - I don't get poked much with this gun.

    Trigger is not nearly as bad as I had been warned about - perhaps because this particular pistol was one of the last made this year. The SA mode is as good as any pistol I own. As for the grip - it's wide, but I have fairly big hands so I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kansas_plainsman View Post
    Still getting to know it, but so far I like it very much. The rounded contours make for a comfortable carry - I don't get poked much with this gun.

    Trigger is not nearly as bad as I had been warned about - perhaps because this particular pistol was one of the last made this year. The SA mode is as good as any pistol I own. As for the grip - it's wide, but I have fairly big hands so I like it.

    Glad you like it. They always worked for me since I have big hands. I would buy another one if I ever get the chance, but I want 9mm next time.
    Now you have to clean it while your watching Minority Report.

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    Now you have to clean it while your watching Minority Report.
    I don't dare - might be tempted to take a shot at the sawn-off pipsqueak on the screen.

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    Here's Mine

    Here's my PX4 .40 cal. I have only had it for about 3 months now but have managed to get a little over 1000 rounds through it. All I can say is this was my first gun and I love this it.


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    I just picked up a brand new Beretta 92FS!


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    my recently purchased $280 used 92fs




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    My 96, former LEO with the "for law enforcement only" clips/mags


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    Ok, I'll toss mine into the lot. Got bored last week and snapped some pics of my new 92FS.
    Enjoy




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    my Vector Z88(South African) based on the 92FS with surefire mounts and 20rnd mag. sorry for bad quality was off my cellphone.


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    Hi from Portugal.
    Here is my daily carry: Beretta 81 fs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmg View Post
    Hi from Portugal.
    Here is my daily carry: Beretta 81 fs.
    Very nice, jmg!

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    Thank you.
    As Im a staff SGT in the Portuguese Army (Engineer), I put next to the Handgun the 4 insignias of the engineer units of the Portuguese Army.
    The Knife is the sailor knife of the Portuguese Navy.

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    moved

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    My favorite toy...

    Here's my Beretta 92 with Rosewood grips. No plastic...


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    Here's my 1953 Beretta Model 418 .25 cal. All original.. Definitely NOT a tack driver and definitely not something I'd use for anything other than the novelty of shooting it out back.. It's actually a very reliable piece.. But WHY Bond's creator chose this gun for the spy, I'll never know.. But it's still an original Beretta, and in my opinion, a VERY sweet looking piece..


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    New grips, hammer, grip screws and metal guiderod


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    Ship,
    What type of grips?
    I have been thinking about the skinny Trausch, but havent made up my mind.

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    They are plain Hogue grips - but not the wrap around kind - just plain Hogue rubber panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    They are plain Hogue grips - but not the wrap around kind - just plain Hogue rubber panels.

    I have been contemplating Hogue grips for my 92 for quite some time now, but i think the factory grips are too pretty to part with.

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    My new 9000S


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    Quote Originally Posted by gillis View Post
    Here's my Beretta 92 with Rosewood grips. No plastic...

    Where could i order a grip like this, i really like the look of the rosewood on there...

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    Kkooll!!!

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