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Beretta 92A1 Compact Inox wIth raIl J90C9F20 9mm Luger, $650 (Grade: A 2014)

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While the trigger action is not as smooth as the P228’s, the Beretta’s stainless-steel construction, manual safety, light rail, and excellent accuracy added up to high marks.

Beretta 92A1 Compact Inox wIth raIl J90C9F20 9mm Luger, $650 (Grade: A 2014)

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The Beretta is already back on target, with a spent case to the right of the shooter. It exhibited excellent control.
The option of mounting a combat light such as the Viridian here proved to be another advantage. Modern shooters want these options.
The Beretta’s combination of offhand accuracy and bench rest accuracy made it a winner.

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