A PT92 similar to the M9A3
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Thread: A PT92 similar to the M9A3

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    A PT92 similar to the M9A3

    I recently shot a Beretta M9A3. It would be nice if Taurus could make a PT92 with a similar grip frame!

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    I'd accept a PT92 that LOOKED like an M9A3.
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    As long as the decocker/safety stays on the frame ..... where it belongs.
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    Have you looked at the Vertec?

    92 Vertec Inox

    Add comment: I know it's not a Taurus but the Vertec is a beautiful pistol but does have the decocker on the slide! Of course it costs a lot more than a PT92!
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    Not sure where this thread is headed, but I like the safety on the FRAME. Give me a PT92 in the M9A3 colors & I'd be happy.

    I have a Vertec, & it is a great pistol, but the safety is out of my reach in a one handed situation.
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    I liked the grip frame contour. The safety is a different thing all together. I believe Taurus has the better safety.

    So my post is about the grip frame contour and not about the safety.

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    Couldn't wait for Taurus to get off their dead a** so I made one myself.
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    Taurus has some issues and aren't looking at that market at all.

 

 

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