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      Nice group Shipwreck! You've got a nice collection.

      Here's my 90-Two/40. I've added a non captured stainless guide rod, a Beretta brand D spring, & polished the hammer and sear. The DA trigger is incredibly smooth.


      PX4/40 & 8045 Cougar.
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      Here's my little pocket rocket that I carry in my shorts or Pj's.....................


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      Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
      I have ALWAYS loved those particular 92 grips - my favs
      Just got this one about a month ago - loved it from day one!!

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      CX4 Storm 9mm wearing Wisco winter camo


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      PX4 Compact(G model) and 1993 92G
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      The "Definitive Beretta" picture thread and not one picture of a Modello 1934? I am appalled.

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      cant remember if i posted...

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      Was lucky enough to find a 92 FS INOX, High Polish model.



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      Nice gun

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      Some great looking guns here. I might as well share some of mine too.






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      @ Grapevinebill

      You own some fine Beretta's


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      Quote Originally Posted by Hurryin' Hoosier View Post
      The "Definitive Beretta" picture thread and not one picture of a Modello 1934? I am appalled.
      Beretta then (1934) and Nanow (2012):



      The Model 1934 .380/9mm Corto is my idea of a stunningly beautiful piece of work. It has a feel in the hand that is hard to rival. It's not my idea of a good carry pistol, though I carried it for years before modernizing myself. The Model '34 is also peculiar in the way it drops hot brass in the crease of your part, atop your skull, or inside the collar and down the back of your shirt. Best shot wearing a cap and top shirt button buttoned. I feel safer with the Nano in all respects but doubt I'll ever part with the '34. Dad carried the gun for over 50 years and gave it to me when he was 88. He was never in a hurry for anything.

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      Quote Originally Posted by XenaWarriorCat View Post
      Beretta then (1934) and Nanow (2012):



      The Model 1934 .380/9mm Corto is my idea ofr a stunningly beautiful piece of work. It has a feel in the hand that is hard to rival. It's not my idea of a good carry pistol, though I carried it for years before modernizing myself. The Model '34 is also peculiar in the way it drops hot brass in the crease of your part, atop your skull, or inside the collar and down the back of your shirt. Best shot wearing a cap and top shirt button buttoned. I feel safer with the Nano in all respects but doubt I'll ever part with the '34. Dad carried the gun for over 50 years and gave it to me when he was 88. He was never in a hurry for anything.

      There you go! To me, the title of "the definitive Beretta" would be a tie between the Modello 1934 and the M9/92-series.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hurryin' Hoosier View Post
      There you go! To me, the title of "the definitive Beretta" would be a tie between the Modello 1934 and the M9/92-series.
      My father-in-law, 78, gets waves of joyful serenity from handling the '34 and I think he gets hives from just seeing the Nano. He genuinely respects aesthetics as half of the utility of a firearm. I agree the '34 and '92 display the mechanical artistry of the nearly 500 year old Beretta firm.

      (Aside: it's early in the game to argue the functionality or philosophy of the Nano but I see the form/design as another landmark. I think it is has an originality that's going to stand the test of time. I'll get back with you on that in 100 years.)

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      Let's see a Beretta in action!


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      Apparently I do not have my latest Beretta pic here... I thought I had prev posted it:


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      Hey Shipwreck

      Do you own a Nano?

      What do you think of them?


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      Quote Originally Posted by dondavis3 View Post
      Hey Shipwreck

      Do you own a Nano?

      What do you think of them?

      No, I have two Shields, though. Huge Beretta fan - but do not like the NANO. Feels weird in the hand - too top heavy. LOVE the Shield!

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