Here is the pistol that began the revolution in semi-auto handguns 25 years ago. There were reasons for that, and the reasons are evident on close inspection of this specimen of the 92FS Pistol. Until 1985 or so, Colt and Browning 9mms would not handle hollowpoints. Smith & Wesson 39 and 59 series pistols would, but the Smiths did not capture the market's imagination, perhaps due to the feel of the 59. Here was a pistol that looked good, felt good, and would handle sharp-nosed Federal and Smith & Wesson Hollowpoint ammo. It was, and is, extremely simply made, very easy to field strip and clean. This particular 92FS is better than a brand new one. The reason we say that, is that its finish is more durable even than stainless. Finish is Teflon & Magnesium coated, performed by Black Ice Coatings in Utah. This coating is impervious to wear and weather, and it makes an already smooth action even smoother. The only hint that this pistol is refinished, apart from its mid-1990s serial number range, is where the rear sight exhibits some surface wear. It is excellent in every other respect, on a par with the Sig CPO Pistols. Sights are three-dot / refinish configuration, like the original GI pistols. Action is traditional single- and double action, with lock-down, decocking ambidextrous safety levers mounted on the slide. Barrel is 4.9 inch chrome lined, and note that the guide rod is steel, not plastic. Sights are rapid resolution 3 dot. Capacity is 15 plus 1, and the pistol comes with a total of two new factory magazines and a black double magazine case. Grips are replacement Hogue panels, more comfortable and sure-gripping than the originals. Weight empty is a well-balanced, easy handling 33.4 ounces. Finish is matte blue on the steel parts and matte anodized finish on the alloy frame. We are furnishing it with a Gun Guard Case and California Compliant cable lock. Own the custom Black Ice Teflon 92FS in the photo for only $ 489.95. California, Chicago, Cleveland OH, D.C., Hawaii, Massachusetts, New York, Puerto Rico and Toledo, OH, civilian buyers will receive two Mec-Gar 10 round Magazines instead of the new Beretta 15 rounders.
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