Posted February 15, 2019 9:00 am by Comments

By Scott Gara

Beretta showed up to SHOT Show 2019 with a load of new options based off their ever popular M9 series of pistols. The first thing Erik Stern, the Beretta rep for pistols, showed us was the new colors for the lineup. One in particular that caught our attention was the FDE frame/barrel with black slide/grips combo. “We’ve actually had customers buy two M9A3’s to do this exact color combo,” Stern told us. You’ll also find a sniper grey/black combo at the request of Stern on store shelves soon.
Moving on, Stern showed us the new 92G Elite LTT pistol. “This was developed in the specifications slash request of Mr. Ernest Langdon,” said Stern. The multi-time world champion pistol shooter used this exact pistol in matches for years and requested that Beretta build a gun to match. It’s built on a M9A1 frame with Vertec slide, featuring a stainless-steel barrel with a target crown. It’s also a 4.7-inch barrel as opposed to the typical 4.9-inch barrel you’re used to seeing from Beretta, “It clears the holster a little faster, all around it’s a nice competition gun,” said Stern.
Finally, Stern showed us the new 92G Brigadier Volunteer. Beretta made this pistol to honor


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