Beretta 92 compact for sale
Beretta 92 compact for sale designated by the U.S. armed forces and known simply as the 92 around the globe. The NATO-certified Beretta 92FS is one of the most iconic military pistols in the world. Glock 19 for sale
With outstanding accuracy and reliability, the time tested and battle hardy 92FS is simply the World Defender. The new 92 Compact takes some of the best features of the 92/M9 family and scales them down to be more compact and concealable.
|Barrel length (mm)||108||125|
|Barrel length (in)||4.25||4.9|
|Caliber||9 mm||9×19 (PARA)|
|Overall heigth (mm)||133||137|
|Overall heigth (in)||5.25||5.4|
|Overall length (mm)||197||217|
|Overall length (in)||7.75||8.5|
|Overall width (mm)||38||38|
|Overall width (in)||1.5||1.5|
|Sight radius (in)||5.75||6.1|
|Sight radius (mm)||146||155|
|Weight unloaded (g)||802||945|
|Weight unloaded (OZ)||31.6||33.3|
When it comes to personal defense, serious handgunners attempt to retain the power, accuracy and reliability of the service pistol, while deploying a shorter and lighter version.
- The Commander size .45, GLOCK 19 9mm and SIG P229 are examples.
- Beretta 92 Compact isn’t seen as often, but it is a nice handling pistol with excellent performance.
- The Beretta 92 Compact isn’t rare, but it is gives the owner real pride of ownership.
- The pistol illustrated was delivered in a hard plastic case with a cleaning rod. The gun lock and spare magazine, and the pistol is finished in a durable bluing that is flawless in execution.
- The pistol is serviceable as issued. The author added a set of Wilson Combat grips. The fit and feel are excellent.
- The pistol is a double-action first-shot type. The initial shot is accomplished by a long trigger press that both cocks and drops the hammer.
- Slide recoils and cocks the hammer for subsequent single-action shots. The double-action trigger is tight, but smooth at about 15 pounds.
Beretta 92 compact
- Single-action trigger breaks at a clean 4.25 pounds.
- The sights are intended for rapid acquisition at combat ranges and precision fire to at least 50 yards.
- The Beretta uses the oscillating-wedge lockup pioneered by the Mauser C96 pistol. The open-top slide is a distinctive Beretta trademark.
- When examining this Italian-made pistol, the fit, finish and smoothness of operation seemed above average, but that isn’t the only noticeable mark of superior manufacture.
- The barrel crown was particularly well done with a true 45-degree cut in the crown. This is a step foregone by most makers.
The 92 Compact comes in two flavors: a Bruniton black finish like my 92 FS and stainless steel-style INOX. A brushed, matte finish, it looks somewhat like unpolished aluminum. In fact, the stainless-color finish on the slide and barrel almost exactly matches the brushed aluminum finish of the frame. It’s not gaudy and shiny, but rather functional. You won’t see glare from the surface, and it does a great job of hiding the wear and tear of everyday use. With black grip panels, a black rear sight, black hammer, and black operating controls, it also looks great. Let’s take a closer look.
Beretta 92 for sale – SPECS
- Chambering: 9mm
- Barrel: 4.25 inches
- OA Length: 7.75 inches
- Weight: 31.6 inches
- Grips: Synthetic
- Sights: Post and notch
- Action: DA/SA
- Finish: Inox
- Capacity: 13+1
The Beretta 92 Compact is a classic double-action / single-action pistol. From an uncocked status, the first trigger press cocks the hammer and releases it, hence the “double-action” description. Recoil from the first shot cocks the external hammer for the next, so the second trigger press is much lighter and requires much less travel distance.
Like most other Beretta pistols, this one features a combination safety and decocker lever. The frame-mounted lever, accessible on both sides, safely decocks the hammer with a downward stroke. However, it also disconnects the trigger when activated, so the trigger moves back and forth freely. So, technically, it doesn’t “lock things up” like a traditional frame-mounted safety, but it effectively accomplishes a similar purpose.
Controls are identical to the big brother 92 models. The takedown lever works exactly the same. Just press the button on the right side to rotate the lever on the left and the slide, barrel, and recoil spring slide right off the frame. As long as the magazine is removed, it doesn’t matter what the decocker and hammer status it, everything just slides right off. There’s no need to pull the trigger just to field strip the pistol. From the factory, the magazine release button comes on the left side, but it’s easily reversible.
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