Beretta handguns, shooting one is like touching an attractive woman
WELL, I JUST DONE AND GOT ME, MY FOUR KIDS AND MY WIFE A WHOLE BUNCH OF BERETTA HANDGUNS FOR THIS COMING SUMMER.
But mostly I did it for myself. And how does my Beretta handguns fare? Well, shooting her is like a kiss from an angel. An angel of death! Hahaha!
In all seriousness, the Beretta handguns are natural pointers, having the 3 dots line right up on the target. The recoil is tender, even with stout personal defense loads. Recovery seems automatic and almost instantaneous, so that was surprising. The trigger in double action is long but crisp, whereas in single action the pull is very short and light. I’ve put about 20,000 rounds through her so far, and there hasn’t been any problems. Its 5” barrel provides a nice sight radius. Simply line the sights up and squeeze the trigger. An X ring hole is an almost guaranteed result. Darn gun almost aims itself.
This thing is pretty big though but it’s still an ideal conceal carry piece. I no longer carry my Ruger 95. Around in waistband holster. I have made much of an effort to find a suitable holster, but it’s not easier, because as far as I’m concerned its more than suitable for every day carry.
I have a cheap Uncle named Miles and he will carry it if he is wearing a large cover garment, or in the waist hipside or at the small of the back. Its comfortable enough for walking around, but its a literal pain in the butt to carry in a car. I know of some people that do carry a 92FS on a regular basis. Most seem to prefer ‘small of the back’ carry also.