Hoppy wrote:Sig. All day any day. Its a superior pistol in all aspects and actualy won the performance portion of the m9 trials and lost to beretta in the parts and production
I've owned a Beretta 92FS for literally half my life. It was my first handgun, and my dad bought it for me when I was 16. I've got more rounds through it than any other center-fire gun I own or have ever touched. Probably more than all of them put together. I took it to MilCopp in June and, despite some 16-year-old weak magazine springs, it ran flawlessly. I love this gun. It's a part of me, and I will never sell it. In fact, I'll be getting another Beretta 92 with a rail and replaceable sights at some point in the next 5 years. I said all that Beretta love to say this:
Get the Sig. The Beretta is a wonderful, good-feeling, heavy, outdated pistol when it comes to modern techniques for handgun handling. I simultaneously am utterly attached to mine as well as never recommending it as a good purchase when someone is considering a pistol.
It's a wonderful gun that is bested by many other wonderful guns since it's invention.