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Review: Langdon Tactical Elite 92G RDO

Langdon Tactical Technology's RDO mount and modifications allows red-dot optics to be mounted to Beretta 92-series pistols.

Beretta Launches 92X Pistol

In the latest addition to its 90-series pistols, Beretta introduces the 92X pistol platform.

Fear & Loading: M9A3 Not Good Enough?

When the Army decided not to include the Beretta M9A3 in its search for a new official sidearm, the company made it available for civilian enthusiasts and Gabrielle de Plano, Beretta vice president of Defense Marketing and Operations, provided some interesting tidbits on the handgun recently.

Keefe Report: Let It Snow—Army Delays XM17 Pistol Deadline

Thanks to the Great Blizzard of 2016, the Army has extended the deadline until Feb. 12 for entrance into its XM17 Modular Handgun Program trial.

Beretta M9A3 Now Shipping

Beretta has announced it is now shipping its M9A3 pistol to dealers nationwide.

Keefe Report: Beretta Tries Again with the M9A3

Beretta, the maker of the standard-issue "U.S. Pistol, M9" for 30 years, has received word back from the U.S. Army that its Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) to the contract signed in 2012 for up to 120,000 pistols has been formally rejected.

Keefe Report: Shooting the Beretta M9A3

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the U.S. M9 pistol as made under contract by Beretta for the U.S. government. It also likely marks the last year the M9 will be made in Beretta USA’s Accokeek, Md., manufacturing plant.

Beretta and the M9A3: Update

Today American Rifleman's Mark Keefe is at Beretta USA in Accokeek, Md., doing something that no sitting governor of the state of Maryland has done: visit the plant that has manufactured the M9 pistol that has served the United States military since the 1980s.*

Beretta USA Presents M9A3 Pistol to U.S. Army

The company says the modifications to the M9 will increase the firearm's operational effectiveness and operational suitability.

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