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This morning was a very good morning at the range. With two 9mm - a very old Mod 92 (plain) Baretta & a fairly new Springfield XDs - and a Mod 29 Smith, I really chewed up the centers of two targets. I then went over to the rifle side - first time with my new Colt M4 to "zero" it in. Using two M16A2 zeroing targets I printed from the web, I put the first 6 rounds into the COM. I was really impressed with the Colt - right outa da box and zero zeroing with iron sights. But still considering a scope. No pics of the targets, so I could be "lying like a rug."
 

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I bet Jennifer Anniston was shooting with you today also..Topless no less..

In all seriousness, I have a model 92 SB
Beretta. It is one of my favorite 9mm
European model made to court the US military. Wood grips.
Awesome gun.
 

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My Mod 92 is old. Purchased at a Rod & Gun Club in Heidelberg, Germany in the late 80s. Proof Mark's are German I H half antlers, Hammerli Tiengen, and eagle over N nitro proofs. No other alpha-numeric desig other then 92. I really like it but it seems Baretta is losing some of it's following especially since the U.S. Army has chosen the Sig Sauer P226 as it's new sidearm...
 

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My Mod 92 is old. Purchased at a Rod & Gun Club in Heidelberg, Germany in the late 80s. Proof Mark's are German I H half antlers, Hammerli Tiengen, and eagle over N nitro proofs. No other alpha-numeric desig other then 92. I really like it but it seems Baretta is losing some of it's following especially since the U.S. Army has chosen the Sig Sauer P226 as it's new sidearm...
I will always be a Beretta man. I have at least 10 Beretta shotguns, and dearly love every one of them. From .410 to 12, 20, and 28 ga. Semis and O/U’s. They are the bomb.
 

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They would have been better off with the 226 in my opinion, wasn't "modular" enough though.

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Well, some of those transgender female troops have smaller hands so they use the small grip and back strap and 9mm. Then the opposite transgender male troops - they'll use large grips and .40. Then the middle of the road troops use medium size grips and .357mag. There are reasons for all that modularity.

Just kidding. I strongly believe our troops deserve the absolute BEST in all their weapon systems...
 
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