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    New PT92 models

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    They will sell a lot of those!
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    Oh I don’t know, I might wait a year or so and see how they pan out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by william View Post
    Oh I don’t know, I might wait a year or so and see how they pan out.

    This makes me suspect that they may come back with the compact model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    This makes me suspect that they may come back with the compact model.
    Here's hoping it's this one!

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    Almost identical to my first 92, the "free" one Taurus gave me when the revolver died. Except for the rail.

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    I actually hate that pickynose rail. I wish they still made a model without it.
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    Damn that looks good OP!
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    OP, that's a handsome pistol. I'd prefer it without the rail, but the businesslike matte finish sets off the glossy grips very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    OP, that's a handsome pistol. I'd prefer it without the rail, but the businesslike matte finish sets off the glossy grips very well.
    A very skilled gunsmith with a high degree of metal smithing skills should be able to make the rail disappear I would think.
    It may cost a chunk of change but the resulting gun would be awesome!

 

 
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