Here's my two:
Here's my two:
My new 9000s .40S&W
Still getting to know it, but so far I like it very much. The rounded contours make for a comfortable carry - I don't get poked much with this gun.
Trigger is not nearly as bad as I had been warned about - perhaps because this particular pistol was one of the last made this year. The SA mode is as good as any pistol I own. As for the grip - it's wide, but I have fairly big hands so I like it.
I don't dare - might be tempted to take a shot at the sawn-off pipsqueak on the screen.Quote:
Now you have to clean it while your watching Minority Report.
Here's my PX4 .40 cal. I have only had it for about 3 months now but have managed to get a little over 1000 rounds through it. All I can say is this was my first gun and I love this it.
I just picked up a brand new Beretta 92FS!
My 96, former LEO with the "for law enforcement only" clips/mags
Ok, I'll toss mine into the lot. Got bored last week and snapped some pics of my new 92FS.
my Vector Z88(South African) based on the 92FS with surefire mounts and 20rnd mag. sorry for bad quality was off my cellphone.
Hi from Portugal.
Here is my daily carry: Beretta 81 fs.
As I´m a staff SGT in the Portuguese Army (Engineer), I put next to the Handgun the 4 insignias of the engineer units of the Portuguese Army.
The Knife is the sailor knife of the Portuguese Navy.
Here's my Beretta 92 with Rosewood grips. No plastic... :smt023
Here's my 1953 Beretta Model 418 .25 cal. All original.. Definitely NOT a tack driver and definitely not something I'd use for anything other than the novelty of shooting it out back.. It's actually a very reliable piece.. But WHY Bond's creator chose this gun for the spy, I'll never know.. But it's still an original Beretta, and in my opinion, a VERY sweet looking piece..
New grips, hammer, grip screws and metal guiderod
What type of grips?
I have been thinking about the skinny Trausch, but havent made up my mind.
They are plain Hogue grips - but not the wrap around kind - just plain Hogue rubber panels.