Beretta 92FS Review – 9mm

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A follow up video to the Sig Sauer P239 review where the Beretta 92FS made a couple cameos. This review looks a little closer at the 92 and cites some of it’s features.



38 thoughts on “Beretta 92FS Review – 9mm

  1. Great video, really enjoying these weapon reviews. I like how at the end
    you show the weapon being fired, that’s a nice touch.

  2. Every time I see a new video go up I’m hoping for the Shoot Of The Week. Gun reviews are the next best thing I guess lol.

  3. Couldn’t agree more. When I got mine first issued in 88′, the high capacity 9mm’s were really making a noise. This one was great for me right off the bat. Having 15 rounds after only having 6 was nice, especially in an area to close to L.A. at a time when gangster rap was just aking hold with deadly consequences. Now I have one of my own and decked it out with a crimson trace laser. Highly recommend both. Enjoy.

  4. I’ve owned the M9 for quite a while. Love it. Never actually fired the 92FS, but can’t imagine there being much difference. Virtually identical, like you said.

  5. I wish your input. I was thinking about getting this gun but I would like to know if when firing the weapon is it easy to follow up shots with it. Like if the bore access allows for faster follow ups or is a traditional high bore axis where follow up shots are harder.

  6. “Yipee kiyah motherfucker.” lol Gee…. hope I spelled that right. lol But yeah, those of u who are fans of the Beretta M9/92FS and those of u who watch movies should know that John McClane (Bruce Willis) said that in all of the Die Hard movies. And the Beretta M9/92FS was the gun he used in Die Hard 1 & 2. πŸ™‚ Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) also used it in all 4 Lethal Weapon movies. πŸ™‚ Yes sir, the Beretta M9 and/or the 92FS is definitely a classic.

  7. “especially in an area to close to L.A. at a time when gangster rap was just aking hold with deadly consequences.” Wow yeah sounds totally dangerous. Living close to a place where the people aren’t the same as you is dangerous. especially if they listen to a type of music that isn’t the same type of music you like….very threatening.

  8. Music that screams about murdering people. Music that embraces violence like that stuff does/did, continues to be dangerous. Funny somebody with such an opposing viewpoint would trouble themselves with a gun video in the first place. Maybe you should stick to taking pictures of yourself with your cat. After blaring some gangster

  9. Maybe I’m doing something wrong, but I just picked up my FS yesterday and when I pull back the slide it doesn’t stay fixed unless there is a magazine in. I can pop the mag out and it will stay that’s pretty much it. Love the gun though, it’s beautiful.

  10. Your not doing anything wrong, that’s perfectly normal. That catche’s the slide as you slide it back but with no magazine in it you have to push the slide stop up manually as you cock it back.

  11. I agree with you “magnificent weapon” . I own Sigs, Berettas , Glocks, Fn’s , Smiths etc . But the Gun i carry on me for personal self defense is my Beretta 92 FS centurion, the Gun feels like an extension of my arm and i shoot it like a laser beam.
    Good review sir.

  12. Great review can’t wait to get my hands on one down hear in Australia keep
    up the good vids πŸ™‚

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