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In this episode of "Sighted In" we look at the Beretta 92FS C INOX with MRGUNSNGEAR.

A relatively new offering from Beretta, we shoot the 92FS C INOX, break it down and critically review it. One of our favorite qualities about this gun is the fact that it accepts the 13, 15, 17 and 30-round magazines. Watch this video to find out what MRGUNSNGEAR thinks about the reliability, accuracy and costs associated to the 92FS.

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For more information on the Beretta 92FS C INOX, visit http://www.berettausa.com.

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About MRGUNSNGEAR

MRGUNSNGEAR is a graduate of the Massachusetts Criminal Justice Training Center and has served in the USAF and the US Army. He has experience with a wide variety of small arms. In this series he reviews guns, optics, accessories, and other tactical products. His reviews are his own opinions based on his own experience. If MRGUNSNGEAR writes a bad review about your gun or product… Sorry, but that’s how the marketplace works.

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Sighted In was created by:

Jae Gillentine and Aaron Coston

Executive Producers:

Guns & Tactics Magazine

http://www.gunsandtactics.com

Defense Marketing Group

http://defensemk.com

BOTSTIK Collective

http://www.botstik.com

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2 COMMENTS

  1. What is the main differences between the Beretta 92fs and 92s asside from the magazine eject botton location?
    Thanks

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