Just bought one of these, what am I in for? Posted on March 13, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Just bought one of these, what am I in for?
A large heavy reliable beautiful handgun
Pulling off groups you didn't know were possible if you're a new shooter.
Not a new handgun shooter but my only handgun this far has been a Glock 17, so I assume this still holds.
>if you're a new shooter.
So this is why /hg/ buys these turds because they are so bad at shooting they can't shoot striker fired pistols? kekimus maximus
Are striker pistols supposed to somehow be harder to shoot?
In the same way a minivan is harder to drive than a normal car—it'll get you where you're going, but you'll spend a lot of time thinking about your life choices and coming up with justifications to drive (shoot) literally anything else
What the fuck are you talking about?
He's 12 and trying to sound deep and insightful
One of my top five number one rules for the Internet is to stop reading the moment I realize someone is using a car analogy.
Yeah people like guns that function without having to deathgrip them in a particular way.
A good time with a good gun.
I personally prefer the CZ 75 but the 82 patterns are great too.
Practice your DA anon.
>Practice your DA
I hear this alot, what's the case against just having the hammer back for the first shot?
I had this taurus judge that was also a double single and that's just how I would operate it, I would never use the hammer forward trigger pull
Practicing your DA makes you a better shooter in general
>t. learned on an ancient .38 special and am now able to shoot almost anything without much difficulty, striker fired guns is ezpz and people bitch too much about them
>I hear this alot, what's the case against just having the hammer back for the first shot?
Most people consider it unsafe. Meanwhile, people are carrying striker-fired pistols with the same trigger pull weight as the single action trigger on whatever you're carrying without any manual safety levers. I carried a DA/SA pistol with the hammer back for a short bit, and there's nothing wrong with that if you have a decent holster. That being said, the reason for you to practice the double action trigger pull is it will make you a better shooter. Dry fire the hell out of your gun in DA, and you will get to be more confident with it.
no reason if it's a HD gun but if it's a carry gun you bought a DA/SA to have the safety of DA while carrying.
It's slightly less safe than a Glock and it retards your progress as a shooter.
because the beretta also decocks when you use the safety
Quality smooth-shooting gun. Awkward safety placement and fat grip.
should have gotten a model with a frame safety instead
I am not carrying this gun so idgaf about safety placement
fair enough but it's still a really awkward placement.
just get the kit and switch it to a decocker. Then at worst you accidentally switch to DA trigger. If you're in a hurry and magdumping it wont make that much of a difference and who actually carries this thing cocked and locked anyways
tapping it to off safe with a forward sweep of the side of your thumb, the tip of the thumb or just nudging it up with the first joint is so awkward guiz
it really isn't.
if you have average sized hands it just a tiny amount of pressure with your thumb to pop the safety out of it's detent and it springs forward.
like the biggest meme against the gun is that it's huge and the safety is hard to use, if you actually hold one you'd realize anyone parroting those lies are either lying as they never held one or have fucking baby manlet hands
if you have large hands you will disengage the safety by accident.
also, you aren't supposed to carry it with the safety on. safety always off
DO NOT CARRY IT COCKED
I hate the idea of a gun having a safety you're not even supposed to use. What the fuck?
it's administrative. you do not need it while carrying but when you are not carrying it you use the safety. it's visibly safe.
or, you just use the decocker kit or buy one that comes decocker only that has ZERO safety.
I had heard that that it was huge, and me being a 5’6 Manlet thought it would be too big, but it fits perfectly in my hand, even better than a 1911. I think just a lot of 6’0 225 boys are having to compensate for tiny hands and tiny cocks.
Being ruined for every other gun except a 1911 that costs like 3x as much.
Operating the decocking lever is administrative anyway so nobody should give a fuck about it.
>who actually carries this thing cocked and locked anyways
Nobody, since the safety/decocker lever doesn't work that way.
>Being ruined for every other gun
I bought an M9A3 for my first handgun and every other gun I've gotten pales in comparison. Could be bias but it just works so well
shouldve bought a glock gay
I already own a Glock you moron, it just sucks to shoot on the 50yd range.
Being based and reliable pulled.
Also hearing ex enlisted constantly bitch about shitty theirs were in the military while they fill out divorce papers.
>Also hearing ex enlisted constantly bitch about shitty theirs were in the military while they fill out divorce papers on the hood of 72 month financed at 28% APR V6 Camaro
Turning into a greasy scungilli eating WOP.
Burns in the web between your thumb and first finger
no it doesn't
fuck off nogunz
t. Never been near a 92
How the fuck does it burn the web of your hand retard
I've probably only got like 30 rounds in on mine, I have no idea what you're talking about
Years of enjoyment
92fs is actually pretty mediocre
its definitely not going to ruin other guns for anyone.
People asking when you're gonna turn it into a Samurai Edge. When are you gonna turn it into a Samurai Edge?