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Bought a Used Beretta Brigadier a few weeks ago, and brought it to one of the well known gunsmiths on the Beretta forum. He was just over the border in Bangor Pa. He did wonderful work..... Cannot wait to shoot this thing

Installed  the Langdon Tactical Trigger Job in a Bag

Install Novak Rear Sight

Installed the G conversion with his own tweak.... He can eliminate the right side lever

Cut the barrel and did a 45deg reverse crown.

Installed a set of VZ Grips

 

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4 hours ago, 67gtonut said:

 He was just over the border in Bangor Pa.  Installed  the Langdon Tactical Trigger Job in a Bag

Install Novak Rear Sight

Installed the G conversion 

Does he have a website?  Great build Troy, minus the ellimination of the ambi controls.

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19 minutes ago, Ray Ray said:

Picked her up on Tuesday.  First thing I have to do is white out the red front sight and black out the red rear sight.  Why Beretta does this on ONLY the 92FS Inox is beyond me.

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Gorgeous gun!  I still need to get me a 92FS... 10 years and I still have not bought one.

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1 hour ago, Ray Ray said:

Picked her up on Tuesday.  First thing I have to do is white out the red front sight and black out the red rear sight.  Why Beretta does this on ONLY the 92FS Inox is beyond me.

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M9 frame Inox. Excellent choice sir. I have the same one. Just need to add the D Spring and skeletonized hammer. 

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3 hours ago, diamondd817 said:

M9 frame Inox. Excellent choice sir. I have the same one. Just need to add the D Spring and skeletonized hammer. 

I did that with my standard 92FS and M9A3.  I am insure if I want to go that route with this model.  I think I might. 

3 hours ago, Maksim said:

what was the Brigadier difference?

Look down, @diamondd817 nailed it.

3 hours ago, diamondd817 said:

Heavier, thicker, reinforced slide, and replaceable front sight.

Beretta boys be tight. 

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On 11/21/2018 at 1:45 PM, Ray Ray said:

My girls wanted a get-together.  Thanks@diamondd817 !

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wowser.

@Ray Ray do the  grips on the one on the left make the gun noticeably thinner?  I LOVE the idea of the 92fs... but one thing I certainly recall is that the grips are quite bulky/fat. 

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34 minutes ago, Maksim said:

wowser.

@Ray Ray do the  grips on the one on the left make the gun noticeably thinner?  I LOVE the idea of the 92fs... but one thing I certainly recall is that the grips are quite bulky/fat. 

Try my M9A3 with the vertec style grip

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On 11/7/2017 at 3:52 PM, diamondd817 said:

92FS Inox w/Straight Dust Cover M9 frame. Made in USA.

 

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God that's fucking sexy looking.

37 minutes ago, Krdshrk said:

Try my M9A3 with the vertec style grip

I can confirm that the grip on Nick's M9A3 is awesome.  I even love the aggressive nature of the stippling.

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9 hours ago, Maksim said:

wowser.

@Ray Ray do the  grips on the one on the left make the gun noticeably thinner?  I LOVE the idea of the 92fs... but one thing I certainly recall is that the grips are quite bulky/fat. 

If you avoid rubber m grips, then you should be okay.  G10 handles are slimmer than OEM grips.  I love my M9A3, I just wish it wasn't a Vertec frame, otherwise she would be wearing G10 grips as well.

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Just now, Ray Ray said:

If you avoid rubber m grips, then you should be okay.  G10 handles are slimmer than OEM grips.  I love my M9A3, I just wish it wasn't a Vertec frame, otherwise she would be wearing G10 grips as well.

Vertec frame?

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