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    Old School Beretta 92S


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    Very impressive. Great Beretta!

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    The old ones just "feel" better to me. Super slick action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Brown View Post
    The old ones just "feel" better to me. Super slick action.
    I agree, very impressive.

    What's the age or time frame for yours ?
    I have a FS92 Centurion that I bought new in 1992.
    It is "new school".
    Surely you or Shipwreck can tell me when "things" changed.
    Last edited by DanP_from_AZ; 04-13-2011 at 06:57 PM. Reason: No new info, just fixed my "quote mistake"

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    This one is from 1980

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    Yes, that one superseded the adoption of the 92 by the military... That one has the older bottom mag release.

    I have been tempted once or twice by an older 92 in good condition. But, if I bought one, it would be to use as a shooter. And, the sights on many of the older ones are almost like GI sights on a 1911... Not dots and the front sight is pretty tiny.

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    Very nice.

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    Excellent piece sir, I would love to pick one of those up.

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    It's hard to capture the bluing in a photo. It really does look nicer than this. But here it is with Beretta grip panels.


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    Hey it's a nice looking pistol with either set of grips. Congrats.

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