Beretta 92FS Now Available with LaserMax Guide Rod Laser

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posted on March 31, 2015
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The Beretta 92FS is now available from the factory with a pre-installed, precision-engineered internal Guide Rod Laser, representing LaserMax's latest collaborative effort with the world's oldest firearm manufacturer. The new pistols will be offered in both red and green laser variants.

As the only manufacturer of an internal guide rod laser sight, LaserMax’s patented design has seen more than 25 years of combat and defensive use by tier one special operation forces, conventional military units, federal agents, SWAT and police professionals, and responsible firearm owners worldwide. The Guide Rod Laser installs as close to the pistol bore line as possible, ensuring the most consistent relationship between point of aim and point of impact (POA/POI) over all shooting distances. Emitting a highly visible pulsed laser for rapid target acquisition, the LaserMax sight comes factory aligned for guaranteed center-of-mass accuracy at 20 yards.

The U.S. government adopted the M9 as the standard service sidearm in 1985, and has purchased hundreds of thousands of Beretta pistols for military use, and more than 1 million Beretta 92FS pistol variants have been sold to the military and police agencies of 25 other nations. For more, visit BerettaUSA.com or LaserMax.com.

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