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I'm a big fan of the SAO 92/96 Beretta pistols so when an opportunity to purchase a rare 96 Combat appeared a couple of years ago I took it. Despite the term Combat in its name, it's a competition pistol with an extended barrel, barrel weight and barrel bushing and SAO trigger for accuracy and ease of shooting. Both bac1023 and I have posted about our pistols in the past. Mine came with a trigger job from some owner in the past. The trigger was fantastic, super light and short. However, within one range session, the hammer started following. First once in a while then after very shot. Every time the slide dropped forward the hammer would drop. I had to cock it after every shot and accuracy was very disappointing. I tried tensioning the sear spring more by bending it but that didn't work...
Does anyone use a red dot sight on their EDC ? If you do which one , and why?
...came home with me today (made in Austria).
I've been considering a MRDS on my Shield and even went so far as to email Galloway Precision to see how much they would charge to mill the slide for a JPoint, but I have never used an MRDS on a pistol before so I am hesitant to have it milled.
I called my blue label supplier last night to see if they had any G19 MOS in stock and they said they just got some in so I made the trip to Indy and picked one up.
This might sound like a stupid question to most of you but I would like to know the difference in recoil and accuracy between these 3 different bullets. I have always used 115gr, so just wondering the difference. Thanks for your time and advise.
I already have a G-22 and a G-27,,but yesterday a friend offered me a G-20 SF at a very reasonable price. I already have a 10mm Armscor 1911 and I reload the round, but the G-20 was hard to pass up.
This is a Gen 3, extra magazine, original box and paperwork etc...Hopefully I can get out tomorrow and shoot it...
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