A Condensed History of the Beretta 92F
The Beretta 92F is the 13th handgun mini-replica in the Famous Handguns of the World Collection.
The Beretta M9 is the designation for the Beretta 92F semi-automatic pistol used by the United States Armed Forces. The M9 was adopted by the United States military as their service pistol in 1985 and officially entered service in 1990.
The M9 is chambered in 9mm and is fed by a fifteen(15) round, staggered, detachable box magazine.
The M9 was used extensively, and still is to some degree, in the Mid-East conflicts.
The 92F version is probably second only to the 1911A1 automatic pistol for it’s appearance in the movies such as Die Hard, Lethal Weapon 1 – 4, The Professional, The Matrix, The Rock and many more.
The Beretta 92F/M9 design has been proven to be quite robust. While many in the military and law enforcement would prefer another caliber, .45 anyone, it’s hard to argue with fifteen rounds of anything.
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