No thanks.Originally Posted by Shipwreck
1 more... Gun is just too "busy" looking to me...
No thanks.Originally Posted by Shipwreck
Those triangular things on the grip and the rear of the slide... there's just "too many forms" if you know what I mean. Good old 92 has much more clean lines and there's no BS "decoration" that has no purpose. 90Two just might be an improvement but... they should cut the BS away from it.
I'm sorry, but this gun is not for me. I LOVE my 92FS!!! This thing is too angular for my tastes. Call me old fashioned, but I believe curves are sexy and angles are for car salesmen! I think this style looks good on the Px4, but not here. The only thing that is comforting is that it will still kick other brands' butts!
Iím sorry guys, but that is one beautiful firearm. I donít even currently own a full-size Beretta pistol, but I can tell you right now that if this thing has a good trigger on it, that will change very soon. I like it (if you hadnít noticed).
Well, everyone has their own tastes. I won't make fun of that. But I think their regular design looks much better.Originally Posted by GunCastGuy
Overall I like the form and shape, but I love my 96 Brigadier Inox. There is no comparison. The 92 and 96 look great but also have a look and feel of quality. This new gun looks like a plastic toy in some of those pics. I hate that.
The only thing I dislike about it are the grips.
However, it does have an accessory rail, and the .40 version holds one more round than the 96s. I think I might be getting one as soon as I have a chance. Been calling around to various gun shops, they all have said they cant get the old pistols, but their dealers list a 90two. They haven't said if they can be ordered yet, I think someone here said they would not be available until August? I shall just have to call around a little more to see if they can be ordered yet.
I really think I want a 90two type F .40.
They are out now I believe. Not sure if only in 9mm or .40 cal for now. But on the Beretta forum, a few people reporting finding some at gun shows in the past week.
The prices on them are high because it is BRAND new. Let the prices settle a bit for a few months.
After a call to Beretta's customer support a few minutes ago, apparently the new 90-two's will not be available to dealers until the 15th.Originally Posted by Shipwreck
There are people on the Beretta forum who already have them - they have posted pics - Only the 9mm is available now. So, they are out there - That rep from beretta must not be aware of it.
Yeah, either that or the fact that I indicated I wanted a .40, but didn't ask about the .40 90-two specifically, so perhaps the .40s will be avaible on the 15th. Sure cant wait to find one, every gun shop has said they cant get 'em yet. . .
Well, when U get it, post pics
I had a regular 92 for 8 years, but sold it back iN Feb to get an HK - I liked the Beretta, I just wanted something new. Quite often, because of my wife, if I want another gun, I have to sell one (unfortunately)
If it shoots as nice as it looks I want one.
Looks cool. Reminds me alot of the PX4 though, which is not necessarily a bad thing. I like the option of the de-cocker though, which Beretta's don't have correct?
There is a version w/o the decocker, but the majority of the guns have a safety/decocker. Some die hard fans don't like the safety - they want it ONLY to decock. So, there is a modification to the gun. Lot of people doing that to their PX4s.Originally Posted by Method
Personally, when I had my 92FS, I liked that it had a safety AND decocker. I hear why some people want it ONLY to decock, but I never once had the gun be on safety by ACCIDENT. So, I don't really care to convert it to the "G" type (the version w/ the decocker only).
I'm not a Beretta person (yet) but it looks good. I think I'll have to get one right after I get an HK Tactical. Only thing in my way is MONEY.
these are actually on sale to the public now, still a bit rare, but they r out there. There r a few members on berettaforum.net who have them. I might get one eventually, but thats still further down the line.
I wish Beretta would use a better finish than their Bruniton. In my experience, it never seems to hold up to see - it wears very easily.
Well, the prices will probably come down after they are out for a while. Like the M&P when it first came out - they want an arm and a leg for the thing.Originally Posted by boro62