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.
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.
According to the Navy’s 2019 and 2020 budget-estimate report, some Glocks and Colts are also scheduled for replacement.
Fans of the Beretta M9-platform will be pleased to hear a limited-run line extension will follow SHOT Show.
As the U.S. Army’s labyrinth-like search for a new service pistol continues, there is one less famous name in the running.
Gun fit, of course, is extremely important with shotguns. If it doesn't fit you, you miss. But what about handguns? I have stood in gun shops and at gun shows across the country and it's a pretty common to hear, “This gun fits my hand.” But does it?