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Thread: Beretta 92 Grip Tang Cuts Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave J View Post
    I like the way you think.

    I found the LTT to be much improved in the trigger guard. Thereís clearly an additional chamfer cut on the lower edge, which is one that usually bothers me. I wish theyíd also done the same to the upper (or inside) edge as well. Even so, the LTT is the only B92 I havenít felt the need to take a file to,

    LTT on the bottom, CenTac on the top with file work clearly visible.
    My LTT has a trigger guard so sharp ypu would think it was a Colt.

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    The obvious answer is to harden the fuck up and get some callouses.

    That said, I'm not sure what Beretta is doing these days. My pre-2010 92s don't have many sharp edges. My LTT M9 has no sharp edges. A similar vintage 92FS feels like it skipped whatever process might break an edge. If I had to guess, I'd say you get what you get and should choose carefully and in person.

    The sharp 92 is going to get the home carry package.
    What you don't know about your garage door can kill you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambo View Post
    The obvious answer is to harden the fuck up and get some callouses.
    Maybe I am just a huge pansy. Maybe I just donít like bleeding all over myself after 50 rounds of live fire. Either way, I donít care what your opinions are on the toughness of the skin on my base thumb knuckle are. I donít appreciate guns that cut me when I shoot them and that skin canít very well get tougher if Iím constantly shooting and dryfiring it now can it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by spinmove_ View Post
    Either way, I donít care what your opinions are on the toughness of the skin ...
    I took Hambo's comment as nothing more than good natured ribbing.

    I suspect most PF members appreciate a gun that you can shoot comfortably for extended practice sessions. Dehorning isn't exactly a new idea. Even if you're calloused up, extended wet weather exposure will soften the skin to where it's easily cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spinmove_ View Post
    Maybe I am just a huge pansy. Maybe I just donít like bleeding all over myself after 50 rounds of live fire. Either way, I donít care what your opinions are on the toughness of the skin on my base thumb knuckle are. I donít appreciate guns that cut me when I shoot them and that skin canít very well get tougher if Iím constantly shooting and dryfiring it now can it?


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    Your skin is definitely too thin.
    What you don't know about your garage door can kill you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambo View Post
    Your skin is definitely too thin.
    Your sarcasm will not go over my head. My reflexes are too fast. I would...catch it...


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