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Beretta: Nearly 500 Years Strong

It all began in 1526, when Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta of Gardone Val Trompia, Brescia, Italy, received 296 ducats as payment for 185 arquebus barrels.

Favorite Firearms: The General’s Beretta

Every time I pick it up, I think of my dad, his service to our country and the critical role firearms play in securing our freedoms.

Beretta M9A3: The 92FS Improved

Originally designed to compete in the U.S. Army's Modular Handgun System trails as an upgrade from the original M9, the Beretta M9A3 was passed over by the military and became commercially available in December 2014.

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.

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.

SHOT Show 2020: EAA Girsan Regard

European American Armory Corp. took the classic design of the Beretta 92 and made it even better, thanks to a few enhancements. Check out the upgraded features on this Turkish-made pistol.

Beretta Launches 92X Pistol

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

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.

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