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Old July 9, 2012, 07:12 PM   #54
rgrundy
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Join Date: June 29, 2012
Location: Phoenix
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I've owned a couple of 92's. They were reliable, reasonably accurate and I shot them alot. The decocker was too easy to disable the pistol with so I'd say it isn't my choice for a fighting pistol. The sights need improvement. The long DA trigger pull makes it slow to get the first shot on target but is very light and smooth. It has too much muzzle flip for a 9 because of the height of the barrel above the frame. It cycles slowly and cannot be shot very quickly. I shot one a couple of years ago about 8000 rounds in steel competition just for fun and never did as well with it as any Glock or SIG I shot. Had very few malfunctions though. There are much better more accurate pistols out there for the money.
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