Recent Topics
Luber finer 750 bypass oil filter info
by BigRich954. 12/15/18 03:59 AM
Ford Pickup Front Wheel Bearings 2WD
by benjamming. 12/14/18 10:52 PM
GMC oil fill tube
by Redright9. 12/14/18 10:24 PM
Where do I buy Toto toilets? That has them!
by Vern_in_IL. 12/14/18 10:04 PM
Best filter cutter for the price?
by DONWATERS. 12/14/18 09:38 PM
5W-40 vs 10W-30 for a 2018 Audi A4
by jcr1293. 12/14/18 09:25 PM
Gave up on quadrajet electric choke today...
by leroyd92. 12/14/18 08:54 PM
2015 Odyssey - Which synthetic ATF?
by AngryScientist. 12/14/18 07:56 PM
Hyundai extended my warranty
by ernied. 12/14/18 07:33 PM
2016 Traverse 6350mi Schaeffers 9000 5W30
by chevman4life. 12/14/18 07:21 PM
Oil filter for Canadian winter
by Popsy. 12/14/18 06:11 PM
12-14-18 only! Irwin vise @ Menards. $99.99
by Kruse. 12/14/18 06:01 PM
10" Subwoofer - $6.52 Each
by Greg L. 12/14/18 05:31 PM
Finding 507.00 spec oil
by sloinker. 12/14/18 05:31 PM
New Tires for the Old Chevy!
by dogememe. 12/14/18 05:09 PM
Back to Basics II
by MolaKule. 12/14/18 04:31 PM
Newest Members
NEKGuy, Deltafaatl, wsalopek, jcr1293, maxwellk
66684 Registered Users
Who's Online Now
24 registered members (BenZahel, Bama, chance, bfleeman, CleverUserName, BigRich954, 1 invisible), 749 guests, and 43 spiders.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Forum Statistics
Forums67
Topics295,092
Posts4,927,664
Members66,684
Most Online2,553
Oct 27th, 2018
Donate to BITOG
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Hop To
Page 1 of 2 1 2
Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 #4572604
11/13/17 10:09 AM
11/13/17 10:09 AM
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 3,264
n.c.
gman2304 Offline OP
gman2304  Offline OP
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 3,264
n.c.
I ordered the Beretta over the Taurus this weekend from Palmetto state armory. I called PSA and the rep told me their Beretta 92's were built in Italy, probably no difference but I just wanted the Italian model. I considered the used Police turn ins from Buds but after handling one, decided the sights were too small for my old eyes, so I decided to go with the new one for roughly $150 more. $450 shipped. Even the old used Beretta's felt good to me, and the slides and triggers were as "smoove as butta" for such an old pistol. Thanks for all the replies. Now for that shiny 1911....

Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572617
11/13/17 10:26 AM
11/13/17 10:26 AM
Joined: Feb 2014
Posts: 2,604
Canada
Lolvoguy Offline
Lolvoguy  Offline
Joined: Feb 2014
Posts: 2,604
Canada
...here I thought it was a thread about a Chevy Beretta/ Ford Taurus
crzy


06 Lexus IS350- Wife
88 BMW 325is- Mistress
Say "no" to Turbo!
Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572620
11/13/17 10:29 AM
11/13/17 10:29 AM
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
billt460 Offline
billt460  Offline
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
You can't go wrong for that price for a new Italian 92. After you get it you can doll it up with some Walnut grips. I got these from CDNN Sports. They have them on sale from time to time for $19.99. They really look so much nicer than the black plastic factory grips. You can even use the same grip screws. You just don't need the star washers with them.



Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572678
11/13/17 11:15 AM
11/13/17 11:15 AM
Joined: Dec 2006
Posts: 4,220
Port Orange, Florida
Panzerman Offline
Panzerman  Offline
Joined: Dec 2006
Posts: 4,220
Port Orange, Florida
The 9 mm police trade ins would probably be Ok.
I wouldn't want a .40 Beretta trade in. I heard the .40 gets the same frame and the .40s tend not to take the beating.
The 92 is over engineered.
I think you will love it.
I fell in love with mine.



2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Hemi 4x4
2016 Dodge Challenger Scat Pack
Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572712
11/13/17 11:36 AM
11/13/17 11:36 AM
Joined: Jul 2017
Posts: 1,292
Douglas County, Colorado
bigj_16 Offline
bigj_16  Offline
Joined: Jul 2017
Posts: 1,292
Douglas County, Colorado
Looks really nice with the walnut grips.

Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572731
11/13/17 11:46 AM
11/13/17 11:46 AM
Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 3,231
Where the wind comes sweepin'
Reddy45 Offline
Reddy45  Offline
Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 3,231
Where the wind comes sweepin'
Good buy!

Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572908
11/13/17 02:11 PM
11/13/17 02:11 PM
Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 5,653
Central IA
Robenstein Offline
Robenstein  Offline
Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 5,653
Central IA
About the only suggestions I have for you is

Replace the safety/decocker of the 92FS with the 92G decocker only if you are going to carry it. The D hammer spring mod is also popular to make the double action pull nicer.

If the plastic bits bother you, Beretta makes a steel replacement parts set. I would do this mod, but its mostly for silly reasons.


2011 Triumph Speedmaster
1986 Chevy Monte Carlo SS
1970 Chevy Nova
2006 Scion TC
Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572942
11/13/17 02:35 PM
11/13/17 02:35 PM
Joined: May 2012
Posts: 2,549
Indiana
Phishin Offline
Phishin  Offline
Joined: May 2012
Posts: 2,549
Indiana
I thought you meant a 1992 Chevy Beretta.....LOL!! I was like, "No way, those are all scrap by now"


2018 Chevy Silverado 3500HD 6.0L Gas: RLI 10w30
2010 Accord-LX K24: MaxLife 5w30 + Torco MPZ
2014 CR-V LX K24: M1 0w30
Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4572994
11/13/17 04:04 PM
11/13/17 04:04 PM
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 3,264
n.c.
gman2304 Offline OP
gman2304  Offline OP
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 3,264
n.c.
Billt, I actually looked at the wood grips this morning at Field & Stream. Seeing yours made me want them for sure. Beretta has some nice ones as well, though they're $40 with free new Allen screws. I've seen pistols with the letters and numbers filled in like yours, with whiteout, nail polish etc, but not with the gold color. What did you use and what was the process? Your 92 looks great!

Last edited by gman2304; 11/13/17 04:05 PM.
Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4573024
11/13/17 04:38 PM
11/13/17 04:38 PM
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
billt460 Offline
billt460  Offline
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
Originally Posted By: gman2304
Billt, I actually looked at the wood grips this morning at Field & Stream. Seeing yours made me want them for sure. Beretta has some nice ones as well, though they're $40 with free new Allen screws. I've seen pistols with the letters and numbers filled in like yours, with whiteout, nail polish etc, but not with the gold color. What did you use and what was the process? Your 92 looks great!


I used a gold filler product called Bonanza Gold. (It is now called Forester Gold). They also make it in silver as well.

https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1100341951/forster-gold-inlay-filling-kit

https://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools...y-prod6633.aspx

It's very easy to use, and holds up well to oils and solvents. It comes with the necessary gold fill powder. A cleaner / remover. And a adhesive. Here is a video that shows it being applied. I always use clear Scotch Tape to "box in" the area I'm going to be applying it. It helps keep it contained. What I did a bit differently was use a Q-Tip instead of the application pads they provide with the kit. You can control the application better, and you don't waste so much product.

I dip the clean Q-Tip in the adhesive, then dip that into some gold powder, (filler), on a piece of paper or cardboard. The powder liquefies almost instantly, and sticks to the Q-Tip. I then use the saturated Q-Tip to work it into the engraving / lettering. Immediately after filling the engraving / lettering, wipe off the excess with a pad soaked with the cleaner / solvent. Let it set up for a few minutes and your done.




Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4573185
11/13/17 07:35 PM
11/13/17 07:35 PM
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 5,965
South Florida
bubbatime Offline
bubbatime  Offline
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 5,965
South Florida
Go on Beretta’s website and order the G kit and D spring, plus some spare mags. I have the Wilson Combat Beretta 92G and it would be the last pistol I ever sell.


17 Chrysler Pacifica Mobil 1 5W30
13 Yamaha XT250 Valv MC 10W40
10 Acura TSX 2.4 Maxlife Syn 5W30
06 GMC Sierra Nextgen 10W30


Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4573415
11/14/17 02:35 AM
11/14/17 02:35 AM
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
billt460 Offline
billt460  Offline
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
If you buy from Beretta watch for sales. Otherwise they'll rob you. Get Mec-Gars, (OEM manufacturer for Beretta), from Greg Cote. His prices are consistently better, he ships fast, and is good to deal with. I have several of both the 15, and the "+2" 20 round models he offers. They all fit and feed flawlessly.

http://gregcotellc.com/cart/beretta-fact...915-p-1619.html

http://gregcotellc.com/cart/beretta-fact...0afc-p-575.html

Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4573486
11/14/17 07:11 AM
11/14/17 07:11 AM
Joined: Dec 2006
Posts: 627
Lynchburg, Va
JasonC Offline
JasonC  Offline
Joined: Dec 2006
Posts: 627
Lynchburg, Va
If you want the best factory Beretta mags that don't stick out go with the 17 round ones. They were initially developed for the 90-Two but they work perfectly in all 92 F-FS full size.


2012 Buick Verano 2.4
2006 Ford Mustang GT Convertible
Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: gman2304] #4574593
11/15/17 07:34 AM
11/15/17 07:34 AM
Joined: Jun 2017
Posts: 391
Western usa
Ammofirst Offline
Ammofirst  Offline
Joined: Jun 2017
Posts: 391
Western usa
I hope PSA gets your order out quicker than mine. Its been 10 days so far & its still 1000 miles away. Nice Gun btw.

Re: Pulled the trigger on the Beretta 92 [Re: Ammofirst] #4574599
11/15/17 07:40 AM
11/15/17 07:40 AM
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
billt460 Offline
billt460  Offline
Joined: Mar 2015
Posts: 5,160
Glendale, Arizona
Originally Posted By: Ammofirst
I hope PSA gets your order out quicker than mine. Its been 10 days so far & its still 1000 miles away. Nice Gun btw.


The downside to ordering from that place is the seemingly endless shipping time. Everything involved with them makes a snail look like a Thoroughbred.

Page 1 of 2 1 2

BOB IS THE OIL GUY® Powered by UBB.threads™