Decocking takes my 92G out of Single Action and puts it in Double Action... the decocker is not a safety by any means... it is spring loaded and does not stay in a fixed position like a safety would.
A decocker does not disengage the trigger like a safety does.
Your safety (on PX4) actually disengages the trigger and decocks the hammer in doing so.
No problem... love Beretta's and am planning on getting the Nano next.
Finally picked her up from the FFL yesterday
Nice looking gun... enjoy!
Until I can join your ranks, I salute you!
I can't wait till my birthday!
finally, after waiting and waiting, i picked up the twins... a pair of px4 storm subcompacts, 9mm.
the twins posing with daddy...
fear not the zombie horde...
gonna put a couple hundred rounds through each of the px4's this weekend, should be a good time.
The first of many Berettas, I'm sure...
Gotta show the sci-fi geekiness, lol
I just registered to the forum after lurking the past couple weeks researching info for a Browning Buck Mark and Ruger Mark III (I purchased the Ruger today). Unfortunately, can't take ownership of the Ruger Mark III Target for a couple more weeks as I recently purchased the Beretta 92FS below (1 handgun per 30 days in California. The Tomcat was purchased a few months ago). I immediately replaced the OEM grips on the 92FS with the aluminum grips (and screws) as seen.
That looks very nice!
It does doesn't it Shipwreck
Bushwack, love the grips on the 92! Looks awesome!