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    Quote Originally Posted by JHC View Post
    And the chief advantage over the 92G already out is the heavier slide yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by orionz06 View Post
    It's named after Super Dave.
    Dayim!!!! I want three!
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    The only thing that would make this better is a press release video with Gene Okerlund.
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    orionz06, how are you holster makers doing with all the slide/frame versions Beretta is now offering? I suspect the Wilson gun and the 92D SD would probably use the same holster, but the 92A1 has a different slide, and I think I saw somebody comment the M9A3 will have yet another slide profile.

    For a kydex maker, is there even a difference between the straight and angled dust covers of the non-railed guns?

    I've been pretty interested in a few the new Beretta models, but I always look at holster availability and wonder if my options may be limited, at least in the near term.

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    I've done OK with OWB's fitting the railed and non-railed frames, 92A1 and FS as I understand it.

    At some point I'll have to phone a friend and make a flowchart. I have been developing something that should fit all of them though. It's been a hell of a struggle and may actually be coming to a close soon.


    The biggest differences are slide width, trigger guard shape, rail, and the shape of the slide in the case of the Elite models. As someone who like buying guns to have guns because guns are cool I'll likely have to snag a few of whatever folks like to confirm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHC View Post
    And the chief advantage over the 92G already out is the heavier slide yes?
    I wouldn't say the heavier slide is the chief advantage. Standard vs. Brig slide with regard to shootability seems to come down more to shooter preference than anything.

    The heavier slide also comes with more sight options since its dovetailed.

    You're also getting frame stippling, the magwell bevel, and the rail. That's assuming this has the M9A1 frame which it almost certainly will.

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    Dammit dammit DAMMIT! My first few years of my salary are apparently going to Beretta. Really guys? This is why I can't have money.

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    Great news!!! I still lust for a Vertec G slide on a M9A1 frame .......maybe someday.

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    The 92G- SD has it's own Wikipedia page

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beretta_92G-SD/96G-SD

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