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Old 03-22-2014, 10:13 PM
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Dad bought it before I was born! Permanent member of the safe club. However it shoots sweet
I think that gun is a sleeper. Not worth a ton now, but neither were the Colt revolvers not long ago. The bluing is amazing...

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Old 03-24-2014, 9:09 AM
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Old 03-27-2014, 3:56 PM
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Old 03-27-2014, 4:00 PM
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Figured I got the M9A1 for the rail. Might as well get something for it : )

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I really want a cougar in 40 now.

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I want that slide so much
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Old 03-31-2014, 12:52 AM
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Few of my Berettas. 92FS,PX4-9mm,PX4-40cal and my CX4-9mm.

Just need to pick up a 96fs and I'm good.
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Just recently joined the Beretta club, and I'm lovin' it.

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Nice Inox. Love those grips.
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Old 05-04-2014, 9:18 AM
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Nice Inox. Love those grips.
For some reason I didn't see this right away. Thanks, I figure if I get a beautiful looking gun, I might as well go all out and customize.
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Old 05-05-2014, 8:13 AM
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Added a set of Hogue Piranha grips and they feel great. Also my Benchmade 810 snuck in.

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Old 05-05-2014, 8:19 AM
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92A1. Steel guide rod and mag catch added along with Beretta factory wood grips and TLR-1 HL. Ideal HD pistol.
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Old 05-05-2014, 8:35 AM
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Looks good. I put the Beretta medallions on my M9A1 when I first bought it. Mine seemed to get too slippery after 50+ rounds at the range. How's the texture on those?
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This one I'll have to return to Uncle Sam when I get back. It's probably the worst example on this thread.

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Old 05-12-2014, 2:36 PM
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Just got my full inox slide in. Picked it up used, low round count. Waiting for my Novak sight to come in.



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Just installed the skeletonized hammer and a D-spring.

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Bling!

Highly Limited Beretta Stainless Golden with
trident logo original barrel
Karl Nill Wood grips
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This one I'll have to return to Uncle Sam when I get back. It's probably the worst example on this thread.


It's the most awesome looking one to me! I love how a well used gun looks..
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92 Inox+Alumagrips+custom screws and 84
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Old 07-16-2014, 12:46 AM
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92FS on the bottom.
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Old 07-16-2014, 12:56 AM
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This one I'll have to return to Uncle Sam when I get back. It's probably the worst example on this thread.

No not at all - it's just been used.
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A few snapshots of my Beretta M9A1 frame with M9 slide, oversized magazine release, standard grips, Sid’s ivory-polymer grips:





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Old 07-16-2014, 1:21 AM
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Nice.

How do you like the laptop? I just bought my daughter a similar one and hark - no DVD.

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Old 07-16-2014, 10:07 AM
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Toshiba Satellite L755. Couldn't be happier- running great for nearly four years! It does play DVDs.

Just replaced the keyboard myself- inexpensive, and not difficult. I've had lower-line priced Dell and HP and the Toshiba is the best from my experience. And the power cable connector seems to last forever- well made.

That's one Square Deal Warranty I did not use.

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^ I want that.
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Whoa! Nice! What is this model!?
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My new to me 92a1 with wilson combat trigger, low pro safety and fluted guide rod. Skeletonized hammer, vz grips and weapon light are currently in the mail.

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Keeping with the Wilson theme, here is my 92A1 that I bought on Monday, and shipped to Wilson Combat right after. I dry fired it once in the shop, and that's it. It's getting the full custom carry package plus the short pull steel trigger and an Elite II hammer. Something like $900 worth of work on top of the $675 I paid for it. I'm hoping to have it back around Christmas time.

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That's some serious coin you are investing in that Beretta! Enjoy your purchase!
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That's some serious coin you are investing in that Beretta! Enjoy your purchase!
I know it's a lot of money. But considering what they are gonna do with it, I think it's worth it. And certainly a better deal than those $2500 blinged out Glocks that are popular now a days (at least in my opinion). I was on the fence between doing this, or getting either a Wilson CQB or Springfield Custom Shop 1911 in 9mm. I tend to prefer DA/SA guns and I regret selling my Beretta M9 last year so this won out.

The run down of the work is this:

Action tune
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Elite II skeletonized hammer
Contour magazine well
Wilson Battlesight rear sight
Wilson green fiber optic front sight
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Factory Beretta 13# recoil spring
Checker front and rear back straps
Oversize checker magazine release
Wilson custom carry low profile safety/de-cocker
Wilson golf ball pattern G10 grips in black without logo
Armor-Tuff complete pistol in black
Laser etched Wilson Combat logo on slide

I might end up adding the G de-cocker mod for an extra $150, but given the low profile single side safety Wilson uses, I don't think it's necessary. But that's certainly an option I am considering adding.
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Too bad that last item you mentioned is only available to right-handed shooters. We left-handed shooters always feel left out- 1911s, Sigs, etc.

At least Beretta's stock safety is ambi.

Cool- post pics when you get it back!
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Too bad that last item you mentioned is only available to right-handed shooters. Us left-handed shooters always feel left out- 1911s, Sigs, etc.

At least Beretta's stock safety is ambi.

Cool- post pics when you get it back!
They had expressed interest in making left sided controls for the Beretta, so maybe that's something that will come in the future. They are fairly new to Beretta mods.

I definitely will. I'm eagerly awaiting it's return. My 30th birthday is Jan 4th and I'm hoping I get it around that time as a gift to myself.

Oh, also bought 5 Mec-Gar 20 round mags for it this week as well.
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I can't wait to get mine in a few months!!!!!!!!!!!! This thread is making me so inpatient!
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I can't wait to get mine in a few months!!!!!!!!!!!! This thread is making me so inpatient!
Then check yourself in as an 'in-patient' (jk). Lol!
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I really want a cougar in 40 now.

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I'll take one 35 years old. A 40 'cougar' isn't really sexy enough to handle young studs like me.
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