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2 minutes ago, JohnnyB said:

LOL....It's not pretty but it is functional! Easy to undo, just a few screws.

I'm gonna be honest.  It ruins the gun.  It looks hidious.  Beretta 92s have beautiful lines and those grips destroyed them.   Just get another 92 with a rail.  

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