Using code GIVE25 you can get 25% off your order. Expires 12/31/20.
92FS 10 round OEM mags after discount comes out to a little more than $19 bux ea.
They also have the steel upgrade kit for the 92FS online as well.
Got email from Beretta and they are offering an additional 35% off sale items using code GIFT35.
Found some unpackaged 10 round magazines on sale. Buy three they are $20.00 ea then add the code and its another 35% off. Cost before shipping is $39.00 for three.
Beretta 92FS Magazine 9mm 10Rds Unpackaged
Item No: JMC80404
Shipping for $39.00 is $9.99. Still a steal for OEM. They also have stainless steel like one on sale as well. Search the SALE tab then look under the hangun accessories.
My first pistol was a used 92fs inox in very good shape. I love it. I don't know how old it was when I got it, but i've had it well over 10 years. On my last two range outings, I've experienced the oddest FTF pattern i've ever seen. It FTF on the 4th round every time. I thought maybe its the ammo, and tried three different brands, with 115gr and 124gr. I used two different magazines. I even stripped and cleaned between outings. I fire three rounds and FTF on the fourth. Clear the jam, 3 and FTF on the fourth. Ive even tried using the rounds that FTF and put them in the first three with no issues, until the fourth round.
Something mechanical must be going wrong. Ive looked around and seen a few possible issues to try and solve this short of going to a gunsmith.
Anyone have any ideas?
For Cyber Monday, Beretta is offering 30% off, site wide, on orders of $250 or more.
One of the things they sell is magazines, such as for the 92FS and others.
Right now you can triple dip on the discounts.
Both the 15rnd and 10 rnd are on sale for $26, down from $36 and $29. If you buy two or more, they go down to $24.
If you buy 11, taking your total to over $250, you can use the Black Friday/Cyber Monday discount of 30% off, coupon code BF18. This brings it down to $184.80 for 11 magazines, free shipping!
May not have been the best way to approach hand loading, but I shopped for bullets purely on the BC spec, always looking for the highest BC for weight. I'm not a hunter so terminal was not part of the equation, but the BC on those Sierra 77gr TMK (which I think is a hunting round) is pretty good It's .403 G1 If I recall correctly.
My notes said I used 2.260” OAL but I didn’t write anything about seating to the ogive. I don’t remember that being the case
IIRC the 77 SMK is made for AR mag length and 77 TMK is very similar. That ogive is what it makes it specifically not a VLD, where Hornady’s 77 is.