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    Mike, when I saw your post about the problem mags I didn't realize how old it was (doh!). Wish I had found this site sooner, maybe we could have gotten a paper drive going to get some to your unit.

    But the good news is your coming home soon. Look forward to your safe return, with gratitude and appreciation for your service.

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    "Mall Ninja's" ???

    hehehehehe

    Thanks Jeff.. Yeah this Inox actually has all the same color finish with the controls, rather than the black I've seen on some.. Don't know if this means something as far as a different variant or where it's made etc... Which I did forget to look at whether it was an Italian or US made.. Don't know that it matters. Dang good looking pistol.. There's a little finish wear here and there but I'm more concerned about the engine and drivetrain, rather than the paintjob and wheels.

    Some folks would say since it's an unregistered gun, all the better, though the first thing I'd be doing is getting the CC permit and registering it.

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    My impression of the M9s in my company - and I examined literally all of them before we deployed - is that the approximately 10% that are Italian-made are a little bit smoother than their Maryland-made equivalents, and have better triggers. However, this may simply be due to the fact that the Italian guns are older, have been shot more, and are consequently more "broken in."
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    I pulled a couple dry-fires on this one.. which I don't know is a bad thing to do once in a blue moon on beretta 92's or not (probably).. But the trigger felt sweeeeeeet. Mr newbie non-connoisseur here can definitely live with it.

    And I find that I actually like the decocker/safety setup.. You can guess on how much of a newb I am, I can probably safely say I have no business carrying C&L "condition-1" I guess you call it.. Don't know the conditions yet.

    Also.. On this particular 92, I noticed both front and rear sites are dove-tailed.. I'm guessing this is a good thing incase I ever wanted to upgrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babs View Post
    Thanks Jeff.. Yeah this Inox actually has all the same color finish with the controls, rather than the black I've seen on some.. Don't know if this means something as far as a different variant or where it's made etc...
    Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but from what I've read and seen it's just that the newer one's have the black plastic controls rather than the same color. Doesn't really matter to me the reliability isn't an issue and still looks and feels like a GREAT pistol to me (suprisingly since I have small hands).

    -Jeff-

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    I've seen the guys on the beretta forum do some crazy finish jobs on them anyway it appears.. Actually on this gun I'm looking at he's polished the slide.

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