Beretta and I have always had a love/hate relationship — just without the love. Spe- cial Forces shoot more and run their guns harder than most, but with the Beretta it was a constant battle of cracked locking
s a Weapons Sergeant on a Green Be- ret A Team tasked with keeping team weapons operational, the Model 92
blocks, snapped trigger springs and other broken parts. The Beretta has served in the military and law enforcement well, saving lives, but in my experience, it was a main- tenance — and ergonomic — headache. What if that was not the case? What if you had the ingenuity to modify your gear to improve it?
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