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Immediate wear on Beretta 92X barrel?

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That’s doesnt look like normal wear is there something protruding under the sight inside the slide?

I don’t think the falling-block 92 doesn’t make the same “barrel smiles” that the camming-barrel Browning pistols do but if that’s a scratch in the barrel nitriding something is not right

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Here are some shots of the slide (upside down) under the front sight. It generally feels smooth to the touch but it looks like there's a hint of lip around the hole under the sight. Maybe? Though it seems like the barrel should clear it.

It's honestly been a while since I last used it; I am glad I decided to ask!

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5 hours ago, Tunaman said:

Send the piece of shit back and tell them to get their quality control in order.

Just to be clear I'm not implying that a Beretta 92 is a POS. I have an Italian made 92F that I'm quite fond of.

Whenever a product is mass produced some are bound to be finished late Friday afternoon.

I've had to return a Sig, a Henry and a Savage for repair. I never did return the Savage though, it was a loose fore end and Savage wanted me to pay the return shipping so I traded that Savage and another one I owned for a Ruger.

I'm now a bit hesitant to purchase another Savage product.

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Thanks for the input all!

I wish the thought occurred to me before. I dropped a note to Beretta's customer service and will mention it to the shop I got it from when I stop by this week.

Overall, I like the gun. One way or another I hope to rectify this and continue to enjoy it. :) Hope you can fix your issue too, @The_Matrix

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13 minutes ago, Lawnmower2021 said:

Thanks for the input all!

I wish the thought occurred to me before. I dropped a note to Beretta's customer service and will mention it to the shop I got it from when I stop by this week.

Overall, I like the gun. One way or another I hope to rectify this and continue to enjoy it. :) Hope you can fix your issue too, @The_Matrix

I love this pistol and plan to shoot the sh*t out of it, so the scratches don't really bother me.

The pistol is very light in recoil and I got the RDO version to install a red dot.  I got the centurion model.

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Well, it looks like Beretta will service the gun. On one hand, it's not a *huge* deal, but it's great that they'll do it and I don't have to risk making the problem worse. :)

I did already order a bottle of oxpho blue, which can't hurt to have on hand in any case. When she comes back I'll be treating her to a nice new red dot.

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On 11/30/2021 at 2:00 PM, Lawnmower2021 said:

Well, it looks like Beretta will service the gun. On one hand, it's not a *huge* deal, but it's great that they'll do it and I don't have to risk making the problem worse. :)

I did already order a bottle of oxpho blue, which can't hurt to have on hand in any case. When she comes back I'll be treating her to a nice new red dot.

Glad Beretta stepping up. Only prob is down time on the Beretta so guess you have to give another hand gun some loving...

Show the pics after it comes back.

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