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    Not a bad gun. gotta keep her nice and clean so she keeps on running for ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by AC_USMC 03 View Post
    Not a bad gun. gotta keep her nice and clean so she keeps on running for ya
    Really, I thought that the military tested this gun in all kinds of adverse conditions before they adopted it. I would have thought that the Beretta would run well even if not clean.

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    As for a .22 conversion, I think the one made by Beretta is better than the ciener because it has a safety in the same location as the 9mm slide and the ciener doesn't even have a safety. My Beretta made kit is very accurate and everything works the same.

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    I found it funny about the movies mentioned featuring this gun. I would add Boondock Saints to the list. Two 92s each and with suppressors.

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    The Internet Movie Firearms Database...

    http://www.imfdb.org/index.php?title=Main_Page

    The 92FS has one of the biggest lists of movies where featured.

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    that was a good sized list of good movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake69 View Post
    Finally got around to taking a pic of my gun.

    Hey Drake, that's a nice looking peice. It looks almost identical to my Stoeger Cougar.

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    I have read a couple reviews on the stoeger cougar. Sounds like a great bang for the buck gun. But it looked different on the website.

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    Yup, that Cougar is a nice looking gun.

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    I love my Beretta 96. Yeah, not exactly a 92, but they are fraternal twins.

    I bought a Taurus .40 a while back, and I have put plenty of rounds through it, but I always come back to the Beretta. I think my next purchase will be a 92 or a Cougar so I can practice with the same great design a bit cheaper.

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    You made the right choice. The Sig P226 and Beretta 92FS are my favorite 9mm's, the Sig has a little advantage due to the incredible trigger, but the Beretta is a close second.

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