Discussion in 'On Topic' started by EvilSS, Mar 9, 2006.
i like it
Looks like crap but Im not a fan of Beretta handguns
Looks like a toy.
I don't know how I feel about that. It doesn't look terrible but it doesn't look good either.
wow...! looks like a sci-fi movie prop
They took the classic 92, a good looking gun, even if not the best quality...
...AND RICED IT OUT!!!
ugly, thanks beretta
damn my post count. i feel like a loser
I like it
Meh dont care for it
i suppose it doesnt really matter what it looks like, as long as it lives up to what its claiming... a lot of you guys have said the 92Fs had some feeding issues, if this one doesnt then i suppose who care if it looks like the honda civic of the gun world...?
It doesnt look horrible, but i definatly dont think it looks good. Hopefully it performs well enough to get around that.
The grip almost looks too skinny for the rest of the gun. Not horrid, but I think they went a little overboard on the "artistic" aspect.
Yea, at least it will save the props guys money.
Italians can make beautiful bikes and cars but they wont be winning styling awards with their handguns
Actually some of the Italian Beretta's are pretty nice. They seem to send all their rejects to the US to work at Beretta USA
Some of there shotguns I've seen were beautiful haven't seen a handgun yet thats impressed me.
The 92FS doesn't have feeding issues, merely the use of low quality aftermarket magazines is so widespread that even guys in Iraq are being issued the cheap mags, NOT Italian made factory mags. These aftermarket mags have caused so many feeding problems among other things, I have no idea why the military is issuing these magazines but since the use of these is so incredibly widespread most people don't know the difference and just assume the gun itself is a POS when that's not the case.
M9's and 92FS when used with Beretta Italian made magazines are incredibly reliable and will not have any issues at all.
Inox Cougars are nice. Then there is this pimp daddy:
Looks like something Richard Simmons would carry.
ahhh i see... thanks for the info..!
I never had an issue with my M9 when I was in the army. I probably only put about 500 rounds through it in 4 years, though .