I just bought a 92a1 and love the aesthetics and feel of it, haven't got to shoot it yet. Just a quick question. I am unfamiliar with the 92a1 as i made a quick buy decision, and highly doubt i will regret it.
I know the proper way to disassemble the gun is to have the slide forward before rotating the take-down notch. I am curious if taking it down with the slide retracted damages the gun? I've seen it done this way before and am just curious
Last edited by denner; 09-26-2012 at 08:50 PM.
well maybe because since some guns do require the slide to be back? I'm not sure. My Bersa Thunder is that way. Gotta keep the slide back and then rotate the take down lever. Oh well, can't wait to shoot the Beretta tomorrow. I think ill make my girlfriend sleep on the floor tonight and let the gun have its own side of the bed.
Last edited by denner; 09-26-2012 at 09:30 PM.
That's great to hear. I'm so happy to add another one to my pistol family. I'm sure it won't disappoint.
Just remember all 92's shoot left
i cannot believe all 92's shoot low and to the left
No, that is the shooters problem with pulling the gun while pulling the trigger
Last edited by denner; 10-01-2012 at 06:19 PM.
The 92's don't shoot left and low.
The shooters do!
Low and left? That sounds like a shooter issue.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question?
I have numerous Beretta's. I always retract the slide a bit when disassembling the pistol. It takes pressure off the lever and makes the procedure a bit easier.
Personal preference maybe?