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miniature of Beretta 92F (Scale 1:2)
miniature of Beretta 92F (Scale 1:2)

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Beretta 92F

The Beretta 92F borrows heavily from the Walther P38 design. This is evident in its open slide design, its double action trigger group, its use of a locking block assembly and its hammer drop safety. Because of its open slide design, the Beretta has earned a reputation for being very reliable. It also has an extremely fast lock time, which permits very fast follow up shots. Unfortunately, due to its lack of a barrel bushing, which is normally used to provide a solid lockup for the front of the barrel, the Beretta 92F can be stubborn in the accuracy department. However, due to the generous allowances for acceptable combat accuracy by the US military (groups of 5-inches @ 25 yards), the Beretta is deemed combat worthy, with most examples turning in sub 3-inch groups.

The Armys marksmanship unit (AMU) has gone to great lengths to accurize the Beretta 92F (M9) and has managed a high degree of success in doing so. Some of their improvements have even been incorporated in some of the latest variations of the Beretta 92FS, namely a front bushing to improve lockup and tighten groups.

Miniature of Beretta 92F (scale 1:2)
Length - 107 mm.
Width 19 mm.
Height 68 mm.
Caliber 2,8 mm.
Capacity - 3

Beretta 92F fires MP-7 ammunition.

Metal: weapon steel
Handle: mammoth bone

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