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    PT 92 C specs vs PT 92 specs

    I have a chance to buy a PT 92 C. Does anyone know for sure the differences between the 92 C and the 92?
    I know the grip is shorter so flush magazines are 12 round I think.
    Is the barrel shorter as well?

    I like my PT 99 for carry but would like a compact version of it for carry as well.

    Thanks in advance for the assistance.
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    You used to be able to get the data sheets from all the old Taurus guns from their web site. Unfortunately when they redesigned it a few months ago they dropped all that good old information...pictures, manuals, data sheets, etc. I've seen my share of software developers and web developers who don't see the value of anything over a year old.

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    According to this source, the barrel is shorter also:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taurus_PT92
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    Shorter on both ends. Nearly identical to the Beretta 92c.

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    I've got a PT92C. The barrel is 4".
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    Tom Vietnam Vet - Jun 66 - Dec 67

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    Thank you for the replies and information thus far. Very helpful.
    I suppose my next question is; does anyone actually have both a 92 and a 92 C? Just for comparison purposes.
    Based on the replies so far, I may try to buy the 92 C.
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    Do not have a PT92 but the gun in my avatar is a PT92C. Yes the barrel and slide are shorter as is the grip. A 15 round mag extends out of the bottom of the C by about 1/2". I know because I have one in mine right now. I love mine and it won't be going anywhere soon. Unless it's with me to the range.
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    Well, I did not win the auction for PT 92 C. My bad. But now, I want one.
    So I will be watching for another one for sale.
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    My 2 cents.
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    Taurus PT 92 series.

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    They're excellent shooters. Mine loves 124 gr HPs over HS-6 powder, shooting them to POA at 25 yards. Velocity averaged 1086 fps. I got my 124 grain HP bullets from Rocky Mountain Reloading, their bulk prices are very good.
    Tom Vietnam Vet - Jun 66 - Dec 67

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpyoldcomputerguy View Post
    Well, I did not win the auction for PT 92 C. My bad. But now, I want one.
    So I will be watching for another one for sale.

    What did it end up going for on line?
    Tom Vietnam Vet - Jun 66 - Dec 67

 

 
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