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I Have This Old Gun: Beretta 92FS & M9 Handguns

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history and development of the Beretta 92FS handgun, which was adopted by the U.S. military in 1985 as the M9 service pistol.

Beretta 92FS: The Civilian Version of The M9 Service Pistol

With a double- and single-action and built-in de-cocker, the Beretta 92FS has been a popular semi-automatic 9 mm handgun since its cousin, the M9, was adopted by the U.S. military in the 1980s.

Beretta 92FS: Still a Popular Pistol Option

Even though the U.S. military is retiring its fleet of M9s, the commercial market is still full of Beretta 92s being bought and sold.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: D-Day + 75—Omaha & The Breakout; EAA MC312; Beretta Model 92FS & M9

Tonight on American Rifleman Television, we tell the stories of the Americans who got off bloody Omaha Beach and started to move inland to defeat, once and for all, the German war machine.

The Keefe Report: XM17—As Big a Deal as the M9?

Will the coattails of the army pistol contract have as much influence in the market as the M9 did for Beretta back in the 1980s?

Beretta 92FS Now Available with LaserMax Guide Rod Laser

The Beretta 92FS is now available from the factory with a pre-installed, precision-engineered internal Guide Rod Laser.

Beretta Announces Limited Run of Select 90 Series Pistols

The manufacturer has incorporated features requested by its customer base.

Anatomy of a Move: An In-Depth Look at Beretta's Decision to Leave Maryland for Tennessee

While Beretta previously announced that it would expand its future manufacturing operations at a new Gallatin, Tenn., facility due to Maryland’s political climate—in particular oppressive gun laws—hings heated up with the announcement that ALL the company’s U.S. manufacturing will now move to the far-more-firearms-friendly (and business friendly) State of Tennessee.

A New U.S. Military Handgun? The Modular Handgun System

There have been rumors that the U.S. military will be soon adopting a new service handgun—the Modular Handgun System (MHS). Anyone with any familiarity with U.S. military procurement knows that nothing happens quickly. This is just a beginning of a very long process. While more likely than an invasion of Canada, it is not happening this week.

Chiappa M9-22

Visually the Chiappa M9-22, made under the Kimar brand, is a Beretta 92FS with the changes necessary for it to function as a rimfire. See the full review from the pages of American Rifleman here.

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