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Old December 24, 2013, 11:16 PM   #5
shep854
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Both pistols are parallel developments of the original Beretta 92. This pistol had a frame-mounted safety and the mag release on the lower corner of the grip.
Taurus developed an ambidextrous frame safety and moved the mag release behind the trigger guard. Later, a hammer-drop feature was added to the safety.
Beretta went with the slide mounted hammer-drop safety, like its P.38 ancestor, and the mag release moved behind the trigger guard as well.
Despite similarities, few parts interchange.
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