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Some bruthers got SO upset over this ūü§£:

In 2022, some dudes in the gun community still can’t handle the fact that not everyone is overweight with a beard and tattoos.¬† Not everyone has to look like you bro.. it’s alright, it doesn’t affect you one bit trust me.¬† In fact, the sooner the gun community as a whole becomes more accepting to what some would label as “outsiders”, it will be a lot better for absolutely everyone in the community.. and dare I say even the country as a whole.

Holy the Beretta factory does look VERY nice inside.

4:49 – Beretta really went all out with the presentation!¬† The dust bag, leather case, the gold star and vanity mirror were a nice touch.¬† I’ll have to remember what they’re capable of, for when I order my custom ENDO 93R Billennium and sawed off 686 Silver Pigeon with the bird’s head grip.

Here is one of three of Beretta’s Instagram posts about the gun.¬† If you read the comments you’ll see what I mean about the outrage:

Thoughts?¬† I didn’t even bother checking what the outrage on facebook was about this, but I’m sure it’s about the same except for the age would be skewed more to 50+ year olds.¬† Good for Beretta for not deleting comments.¬† I’m sure there was a heated discussion about that, but ultimately I think deleting comments in a situation like this does more harm than good.

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Nice Deagle at 1:29 *eye roll*

As far as i’m concerned, Sons Of Guns is setting how firearm enthusiasts are viewed, back decades. ¬†I’ve only see a couple of episodes, and I’m not an angry person but I really wanted to smash my TV numerous times while watching.

Classic move to just switch the gun out but pretend you’re still using it. ¬† Discovery FAIL!

Discovery actually had this clip up on their site, but someone called them on their bullshit so they pulled it.

Stephanie Hayden (the Derptress herself) confronted on facebook about the incident:

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You allowed Dolph Lundgren to man handle your unicorn:

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You denied Dolph Lundgren the opportunity to man handle your unicorn:

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Glad to see the universal soldier is still getting money.

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Pretty quick!

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A few things I find very interesting about this supperssor and Beretta 92:

  1. The suppressor snaps on as opposed to the other conventional spring loaded quick attachment, or the standard thread on.
  2. There are new sights built into the suppressor. Damn good idea considering the factory sights on pistols are blocked by the hight of most cans.
  3. The Beretta has a custom slide lock on it to keep the slide from cycling and ejecting the spent shell casing (“no evidence” for assassins)

Autoweapons.com actually has one of these currently for sale – HERE (Price unknown, you apparently need to email them to find it out)

According to the description:

7-2878 & 7B-2878 KNIGHTS ARMAMENT COMPANY/BERETTA 92F /XM-9(SNAP ON) HUSH PUPPY QUICK DETACH 9mm PISTOL AND SUPPRESSOR COMBO…. . THIS COMBO IS THE BERETTA 92F 9mm SEMI AUTO PISTOL CUSTOMIZED SLIDE LOCK FROM KNIGHTS ARMAMENT CO. WITH A SPECIAL MADE QUICK DETACH SUPPRESSOR THAT IS SMALL, COMPACT, VERY LIGHT AND SUPER QUIET… IT IS A QUICK DETACH UNIT WITH A SPECIAL BBL WHICH ALLOWS FOR INSTANT ON/INSTANT OFF MOUNTING, WITH A SNAP LEVER THAT IS ALSO THE REAR SITE ON THE SUPPRESSOR…ADDING EVEN MORE TO THIS PACKAGE IS A CUSTOM FITTED KAC DESIGNED H/D SLIDE LOCK, WHICH IN PLACE KEEPS THE SLIDE FROM CYCLING AND EJECTING THE SPENT SHELL CASING, MAKING THIS 9mm FIREARM VERY QUIET AND SUITED FOR “SPECIAL MISSIONS” PISTOL IN ITS’ FACTORY BOX … WITH 15 ROUND MAGAZINE…. A VERY RARE OFFERING OF A SELDOM AVAILABLE KAC ITEM. EMAIL FOR PRICE

Excuse the yelling… Whoever¬†does the entries for that site must either be very angry or else have a stuck caps lock key.

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I was talking with a friend yesterday about how I was thinking of selling my Glock 21 and buying a Beretta 92. ¬†He started talking about the 90two; calling it “the¬†92” and there was some confusion because I still thought we were talking about the 92.

Why the hell would Beretta pick two similar names for such similar guns?

Hopefully they have more sense then to name subsequent pistols the¬†9T2, 9D2,¬†ninety-two, ninety-2, 9-2, nine-two etc…

Can you Imagine?

Future gun store Beretta counter scene:

  • Me: I’d like to see the 92 *points at glass in Beretta case*
  • Clerk: Sure, one second… Here you go *Hands me the 90two*
  • Me: Oh, actually I meant the non polymer one
  • Clerk: Oh ok.. here you go *hands me the 9T2*
  • Me: No, this isn’t the right one either.. the one I want to see is right there *points* the 92.. numbers nine and two
  • Clerk: Oh right.. *hands me the nine-two*
  • Me: Never mind, i’ll check it out on the internet… *hands gun back*

If you have to refer to a gun model by using the Military phonetic alphabet, by pronouncing the punctuation, or by writing it down on paper and showing someone… then that company probably should have reconsidered that model name.

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