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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by army_eod, Sep 17, 2019.
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Very nice gun.
Pics like these always make me want to take my 92 out for a range session. It is a fun to shoot gun. Buttery smooth.
Did they do the OD Green paint job too?
Man that is a beautiful handgun! Thank you for your service and enjoy that forever.
that looks great. Can you give us some more details on it? ...i.e. did they do trigger work and such?
Love me some Beretta 92.
I’m still considering buying a railed version. Jut can’t decide between the M9A3 or A1 version. I don’t really want to spend extra money on the A3 when I won’t ever use the threaded barrel.
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Had never wanted a 92. A few months ago a gun store employee had me try the trigger on a Langdon Tactical. I now own one. Love shooting that thing.
They did the action, replaced the plastic coated parts with steel parts, refinished per my specs and they converted to decocker only G model. They also added their slim grips and rollmarked the slide with Wilson logo. I added a steel recoil rod. All for about 600 as I remember. Did it about two years ago. The action is sweet. The double action pull is light.
Excellent...thanks for the details. I noticed the Wilson scroll mark, neat. I have a Wilson Brig Tac and I love it.
I picked up a 92 compact a few months ago. I think I will check out the 92x compact when it comes out. One of those with a Langdon trigger job sounds like it might suit me.
I have a Wilson and a Langdon Tactical. Both very nice pistols. Congrats.