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Behold the  Awesomeness  that is Beretta 92x.  

 

I bet you can get the wraparound grip like in an M9A3 if you don't like the Vertec.  This is the Beretta i always wanted, now like Gary said, how much?  

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1350 grams comes out to 47.6 ounces... unloaded....

 

so almost 3 pounds empty

 

EDIT:  safety on the frame?

 

Hot diggity dog!

 

does that mean you can start out cocked and locked in the holster?

 

Will they ever figure out a way to shove more than say 15 rounds of .40S&W into a 92/96 frame?

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Chills1994 said:

 

 

does that mean you can start out cocked and locked in the holster?

 

 

 

 

 

Yes you can, but not in production or carryops

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49 minutes ago, RJH said:

 

Yes you can, but not in production or carryops

I haven't shot a USPSA match since April 2012.

 

Soooo...we're  basically getting a spruced  up version of a 92 Stock?ber92scu192.jpg

 

EDIT:  the 92X could make a good steel challenge gun...cocked and locked...

 

or if you could get a 96X .40 cal version to hold closer to 20 rounds you could have a viable limited (major) gun.

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53 minutes ago, Chills1994 said:

I haven't shot a USPSA match since April 2012.

 

Soooo...we're  basically getting a spruced  up version of a 92 Stock?ber92scu192.jpg

 

EDIT:  the 92X could make a good steel challenge gun...cocked and locked...

 

or if you could get a 96X .40 cal version to hold closer to 20 rounds you could have a viable limited (major) gun.

 

Still couldn’t start cocked and locked then in Production either😂

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3 hours ago, RJH said:

 

 

Does the standard come in 40 and how many rounds do it hold if so

Assuming it takes the same 92FS/96FS mags...

 

The 9mm Mec Gar 20 rounders...

 

I could only stuff 15 .40 cal rounds in them.

 

I don't recall now...nor do I know if the max mag length rule in Limited has changed???

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6 hours ago, Chills1994 said:

Assuming it takes the same 92FS/96FS mags...

 

The 9mm Mec Gar 20 rounders...

 

I could only stuff 15 .40 cal rounds in them.

 

I don't recall now...nor do I know if the max mag length rule in Limited has changed???

Limited is 141.25mm in USPSA.   I assume the 15 that you are talking about was in the mecgar 20 round 9mm?  If so probably couldn't get enough 40 in 140s to be competitive, dang i really like that gun too.

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4 hours ago, Stony Lane said:

I can load 16 +1 with a Taran Tactical CZ +4 (9mm) extension on a Mec-Gar 13-round .40 magazine.   (and under 141mm)

I am ASSuming USPSA still has this rule about not forcing more than 8 shots to be fired from any one array???

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5 hours ago, RJH said:

Limited is 141.25mm in USPSA.   I assume the 15 that you are talking about was in the mecgar 20 round 9mm?  If so probably couldn't get enough 40 in 140s to be competitive, dang i really like that gun too.

You are correct sir!

 

I dabbled way back when shooting Limited and Limited 10 with a 96 Brig Inox.

 

With just 16 rounds of .40 on board, it didn't leave much margin for error on a stage... miss a steel or make up a shot on paper and you could end up doing a flat footed slide lock reload in the middle of a stage.  Then that seemed to throw off my plan or tempo for the rest of the stage.

 

Which is one of the reasons I just stuck with a 92 Brig Inox and 20 + 1 of 9mm (minor).

 

Yeah...yeah...I can already hear the "but minor sucks" arguments spooling up.  Save yourself the key strokes...I've heard it all before like 9 years ago.

 

It's not like I was going to win a new Chevy Silverado Z71 pick up truck at each local match...where dropping points because of major/minor scoring really mattered.

 

This stuff is supposed to be fun, right?

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Don't think I would trade my LTT for it. Prefer the G model for Production/SSP. If it is in fact weighs over 47 ounces as indicated above, it will never make Carry Optics and is too heavy for anything in IDPA.

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