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Old February 20th, 2017, 06:38 AM   #16
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Shoots great with Speer 124grn +P.
Was there anything you tried that it did not like?

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Old February 20th, 2017, 08:47 PM   #17
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I have been experiencing some of the same thought patterns. I am looking at the Centurion model, uses same mags as the 92 but with a shorter barrel.
Excellent guns as well. Beretta is now selling a "G" conversion kit, to turn decocking safety models into decock only. They're currently out of stock, however.

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Was there anything you tried that it did not like?
Nope! I shot several different 115 and 124grn FMJ loads, as well as a couple magazines of polymer-coated frangible. I couldn't remember the weight on the poly-frang......I did some training for a SWAT Team out of state a while back and I was shooting their training ammo in my guns. I ended up with 2 loaded 15rd mags for my 92G Brigadier and several loaded M4 mags leftover.

I have about a half case of the Speer 124grn +P Gold Dot that I picked up for free. It's a good load that I like very much, so I ran 100rds of it through through my little Beretta. It functioned perfectly, grouped well, and shot to POA/POI with the factory sights, so I didn't try anything else. I also have quite a bit of the Winchester Ranger SXT 127grn +P+ (RA9TA), but I didn't shoot any of it after the Speer shot so well.

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Yes! Got my "G" conversion en route.

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Old March 26th, 2017, 06:00 PM   #21
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Beretta did a nice job on the "G" conversion kit. A little tricky to install but not too bad - there are some decent instructional videos on YouTube (i.e. MrGunsnGear). I definitely prefer the "G" configuration over the standard decocker/safety.

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