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Old 10-15-2019, 10:03 AM
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Thinking of getting an M9 in 22lr



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I recently picked up a PX4 Storm full size in 9mm. I really like it. I then got a new 92fs in 9mm since I liked the Storm so well. I shoot the 92 better than the Storm. So I was considering trading my Storm in on a 92fs in 22. I have looked at some reviews on the internet and seem to be pretty good. I was curious if anyone here has one and if it is accurate enough for a target shooter for up to 25 yards or so. I have a Browning basic camper I use right now.
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Old 10-15-2019, 10:28 AM
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yep, i got one a couple of months back and its great for ringing steel
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Old 10-16-2019, 09:30 PM
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me too a couple years back , its quite accurate and so far functions flawlessly , likes everything ive fed it as well , shoots better than my 1911-22
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Old 10-31-2019, 09:42 AM
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I got my M9-22 and shooting it almost every day testing ammo. It shoots really good and is the identical twin to my 92fs. The trigger pull is really nice and a few ounces over my fs. I wish my fs safety worked as good. You can move the safety lever down a little and it will drop the hammer and spring right back up like a G model. Or move it farther down and it will lock in safety. You can barely feel the difference in weight between the two. I think the specs say 4 ounces.
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Old 11-14-2019, 11:04 AM
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Get it!

I just bought one. Get it! Fantastic!
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I have owned one for a few years now and its my favorite pistol to shoot. And i have a pretty nice collection of high end pistols. Itís very accurate and eats every ammo I run through it. I have put at least 5000 rounds through mine. No recoil, accurate, inexpensive to shoot, easy to maintain...whats not to love?
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Good to know have 2 m9a1ís and a Langdon LTt in 9mm maybe need a .22 to join them
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Old 01-10-2020, 11:20 PM
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I have one and I find it quite boring. I mean you load 15 rounds into a magazine insert the magazine into the gun. Then point the gun at target, squeeze the trigger and hit the target, then repeat 14 more times (yawn). Oh yeah you donít even get to practice dealing with jams. Kind of low on the excitement level on that one. I hear some people find these qualities quite admirable and exciting.
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Old 01-11-2020, 12:20 PM
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I hope this isn't too much of a highjack, but does anybody know if the adjustable rear sight Beretta sells for the 92, will fit the dovetail on the 22lr M9?

https://www.berettausa.com/en-us/sto...-front-sights/

I notice the M9's description on Beretta's website says "The M9_22LR is an exact replica of the M9 in .22 caliber and features . . . removable sights . . . ." which says to me Beretta is telling me I can swap them out. Unfortunately, Beretta's site doesn't clearly say anything about cross-compatibility between the 22lr and 9mm M9/92 pistols.
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