Gun Report

Beretta 90-Two Type F 9mm

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Bulky looking with its rail cover under the muzzle, the 90-Two Beretta was a comfortable gun that was extremely easy to field strip. It had a decent trigger and useful accuracy. It might be the gun of choice for those who really like to shoot a lot of 9mm ammo. This one holds 17 rounds in the mag. We put the optional slim grip onto the gun. Beretta has cleaned up the 92 package, making a slicker overall gun. We liked it.

Beretta 90-Two Type F 9mm

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With a bit of practice, you can have your 90-Two looking like this In about four seconds. We’ve never seen an easier takedown, and reassembly is just as easy. The guts looked sturdy and well made.
Eighteen shots is a lot, and if you pack a spare magazine, you’ve got 35 rounds. That might be handy, if carrying that much weight isn’t a problem.
Unlike that of the Browning, the Beretta’s magazine well was beveled to ease magazine insertion. Note the lanyard ring, which can be a handy for guns used on boats.

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