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92G BRIGADIER VOLUNTEER

Celebrating 2 years since the opening of the new factory in Gallatin TN, the Beretta 92G Brigadier Volunteer is a limited edition piece that combines Beretta’s historic quality 92 platform with themes of Tennessee’s history. The Beretta 92G Brigadier Volunteer gives you all the performance of the legendary 92FS along with an enhanced Brigadier slide, an oversized mag catch, the Elite competition hammer, enhanced sights and all steel components. All of this performance is dressed up with premium engravings that are a nod to the great state of Tennessee, and elegant Volunteer Edition Walnut grips.

MPN#: SPEC0647A
UPC#: 082442906355
SKU: BTSPEC0647A

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It's far from stock 92fs. The biggest thing is the elite slide. Also all steel parts, better sights, walnut grips, elite hammer, oversized mag release, custom engraving. It's actually not too far from a Wilson model at hundreds less.

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For about 200 dollars more there's the Langdon Tactical elite. But then if you go that route I would spend another 200 bucks to get the trigger job. Definitely not cheap.

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It looks nice. It’s pticed like a metal frame pistol.

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Apparently Beretta has learned from Sig "Legion" how to jacked up the price by releasing a special edition model that practically is the same as the regular model. At least the original 92G that Beretta released with Wilson Combat had some extra features.
This one is overpriced ...

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Do you make random comments that are the exact opposite of reality in other parts of your life as well?

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A brigadier sells for about $700, and doesn't come with the comp hammer, oversized mag catch, and walnut grips (standard model comes with rubber hogue). So I don't see how it's overpriced.

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To be fair, this one has the large mag release, the option for night sights and all steel parts, besides being decock only. Hardly "the same" as a stock 92fs.

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