The one at the shop was FDE, I think the 92X (G de-cocker) is the one I may end up buying. My current 92s are an FS Inox and a 92D Centurian. I shoot the double action model extremely well. I guess this is because grew up on DA revolvers. I also have a CX-4 and about 35 magazines for the 92 series. The fact that I have so many mags is making me lean toward the Beretta instead of the P320.
Good morning everyone,
I hope every is safe and sound. A buddy of mine who has family in the Dominican Republic wants to try and send him an older semiauto handgun (LAMA). He asked me if I knew if it was possible to mail it to a FFL in New Jersey to perform a transfer. Anyone know if this can be accomplished?
I have a Langdon M9 and for a (basically) stock gun, it is smooth. The 92 design is pretty excellent.
That being said, I hate the slide mounted decocker (G model). I feel like it is just in the way and makes slide manipulation uncomfortable. That has me seriously considering a 92X Performance model. The frame mounted safety imho perfects the design.