Gun Report

Taurus PT99AFS 9mm

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Our recommendation: Buy it. This pistol shoots as well as the higher-priced Berettas and offers cocked-and-locked carry.

Taurus PT99AFS 9mm

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Concealed Carry
Recreational
Competition
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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Both Taurus and Beretta supply cable locks by Master for safe storage. The Taurus system concentrates on capturing the trigger with a separate polymer block, while the Beretta system relies on a longer cable that feeds through the grip frame to the ejection port.
The Old World three-slot pancake holster will fit any Beretta 92 series–type pistol. Plus, the three slots can be used in combination to produce cross-draw as well as straight up and FBI cant strong side carry. Its thumb break design can be used for extra retention or to secure the hammer. However, we recommend reserving this latter option for pistols such as this Taurus PT99, which are designed for cocked and locked carry.

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