Fire Arms - Beretta - Hand Guns

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Beretta 92 FS

Available Models:

92FS – (Configuration) – (10 / 15 Rounds) – Beretta 92 FS

 

Technical Specifications:

·         Caliber:      9mm x 19

·         Magazine Capacity:  10, 15

·         Action:   Single / Double

·         Total Length (mm / in):   217 / 8.5

·         Barrel Length (mm / in):   125 / 4.9

·         Total Thickness (mm / in):   38 / 1.5

·         Total Height  (mm / in):   137 / 5.4

·         Weight Unloaded (gr / oz):  945 / 33.3

From the jungle heat of Panama to the sandstorms of Iraq, the U.S. Armed Forces have counted on Beretta hand guns for almost two decades of distinguished service.  The 92FS, Beretta’s premier full metal gun, most resembles the military M9 9mm hand gun.  Accurate out of the box, this workhorse features an open slide design that virtually eliminates jamming, a safety system that combines decocking with a positive thumb safety, and a combat muzzle crown.  Beretta’s proprietary black,  non-glare Bruniton finish gives your 92FS a wear-resistant coating, which means it will stand up to any special duty.

Beretta 92 FS comes in different configurations:  Brigadiere, Centurion and Combat Combo.

Beretta 92 FS Inox

92FS Inox – (10 / 15 Rounds) – Beretta 92 FS Inox

 

Technical Specifications:

· Caliber: 9mm x 19

· Magazine Capacity: 10, 15

· Action: Single / Double

· Total Length (mm / in): 217 / 8.5

· Barrel Length (mm / in): 125 / 4.9

· Total Thickness (mm / in): 38 / 1.5

· Total Height (mm / in): 137 / 5.4

· Weight Unloaded (gr / oz): 945 / 33.3

From the jungle heat of Panama to the sandstorms of Iraq, the U.S. Armed Forces have counted on Beretta hand guns for almost two decades of distinguished service. The 92FS, Beretta’s premier full metal gun, most resembles the military M9 9mm hand gun. Accurate out of the box, this workhorse features an open slide design that virtually eliminates jamming, a safety system that combines decocking with a positive thumb safety, and a combat muzzle crown. Beretta’s proprietary black, non-glare Bruniton finish gives your 92FS a wear-resistant coating, which means it will stand up to any special duty.

92 FS Inox

The Slide, barrel and many other key components of 92FS Inox are mode with stainless steel.  The alloy frame is anodised to match perfectly the colour and finish of inox parts.  The rubber grips comes with a stippled texture and hex key grip screws.

 

Beretta 87 Target

Technical Specifications:

·         Caliber:   .22LR

·         Magazine Capacity:  10

·         Action:  Single

·         Total Length (mm / in):  225 / 8.9

·         Barrel Length (mm / in):  150 / 5.9

·         Total Thickness (mm / in):  28 / 1.1

·         Total Height (mm / in):  135 / 5.3

·         Weight Unloaded (gr / oz):  835 / 29.4

 

The 87 Target is a .22LR single-action hand gun designed for practical shooting and training.  The 6” (150 mm) long barrel is covered by a lightweight alloy sleeve that accepts optical sighting systems (Weaver interface).  The sights are adjustable, and the magazine features a sturdy rubber pad.  The frame has a beveled part for the easy insertion of the magazine.  Standard grips are plastic, however walnut grips are available on requests.  Trigger pull is a very light and crisp.  The pistol is designed to remain upright when set down on a flat surface, ready to be quickly gripped, magazine loaded an raised to the target (.22LR Practical Shooting).

Beretta P x 4 Storm

Unlike the first generation Beretta 92 / 96 / M9 series, the Px4’s trigger guard is rounded for better concealed carry.  The takedown pin of earlier models is replaced by a spring-loaded bar, accessed via frame recesses at both ends, which must be grasped and pulled down simultaneously to release the slide.

The slide spring is double captive, being inserted approximately an inch into the transfer block at one end and a receiving hole in the front of the slide at the other.  It is a self-contained assembly, completely captured by the polymer guide.  The magazine holds the top round directly behind the barrel’s breech end so only a slight feed ramp is needed.  This allows the barrel to fully support the case.