The weight of the weapon unloaded is 900 grams. At least that is what it says on the box. The magazines hold 13 rds double stack. So the grip is wider than on the 92FS Compact M models.
The Beretta 92FS Compact weights 32oz.
Sorry about that. I work with grams at work so it's just what I relate too. Also of note the magazines that came with the pistol say "For Goverment use only". FYI.
pickt up 92fs-p compact 14 shot on box fits 15 on magazine whats with that ???????made in italy
The mags are 13 rounds (+1) in the chamber). You CAN fit 15, 17, 20 or 30 round mags in it. It's the same as a regular 92 - just a shorter grip and barrel.
Do not SLAM mags that are longer than the 13 rounders, though. In fact - you shouldn't SLAM mags in any semi auto if you are using longer mags than the ones that come with the gun (like a G17 mag in a Glock 19, etc). If the mag isn't being stoped by the bottom of the gun - then repeatedly slamming a longer mag can eventually break your ejector.
i am sorry u wrong this pistol is on org box marked 92 fs-p compact. mag looks normal takes 15 rounds i have 4 92 fs 2 inox and 2 black mags are longer. this is something diffrent thanks rally
92fs-p compact 14 shot reads in org box mag is shorter than norm fs but takes 15 ammos only have one mag lookin for another thanks rally
found out about mag, tru ispection it is ram-line beretta 9mm f mas9017. want another its flush with compact pistol put thanks rally
found 2 more mags same all set up 15 in mag 1 in barrel awsome for compact also if u chance end plate for after market got two more rounds 18 in compact how nots is that thanks rally
I received some more mags from CDNN today. One for my 92FS (total of 5), one for my Beretta Cougar (total 5) and 2 for my 92FS Compact (total 6).
I had to get the two Compacts' mags with only the 10 round capacity-only $14.99 each opposed to over $40.00 each at Beretta for only a 3 more round capacity. I mean really, what is three rounds less for the range?
I thought that was a great deal.
ramline is deal 1907
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