The BBQ Gun Thread

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Just picked this up today.
A near immaculate, used Beretta 92FS M9A1, with 6x 15rd mags, holster and mag holster.

The perfect sidearm to run with my Beretta CX4 9mm PCC.
Yep, they use the same mags.
Now I seriously need a mag pouch.

There's 120rds in 8x 15s, and another 120rds in the 4x 30s.

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Just picked this up today.
A near immaculate, used Beretta 92FS M9A1, with 6x 15rd mags, holster and mag holster.

The perfect sidearm to run with my Beretta CX4 9mm PCC.
Yep, they use the same mags.
Now I seriously need a mag pouch.

There's 120rds in 8x 15s, and another 120rds in the 4x 30s.

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I have a coyote tan leg holster for that pistol. I can dig it out of my Iraq box and send it to you if you want. I have no need for it
 
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I have a coyote tan leg holster for that pistol. I can dig it out of my Iraq box and send it to you if you want. I have no need for it
Very kind offer that I'll take ya up on Jake.
What can I offer in fair trade or do for ya in exchange
Shot many a round thru the Beretta while serving.
Yes'sir I bet ya have.
Lot of history with the US military and the Beretta M9 series.
Nice score, Chili. Nice indeed!
Thanks, it was in better condition than advertised in the auction.
Basically is in 'Like New' condition.
Beretta makes a nice piece!!
Yes they do, many a Beretta firearm I'd like to acquire.
They've quite a history as the world's oldest arms manufacturer, been in business since 1526.
 
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Yes'sir I bet ya have.
Lot of history with the US military and the Beretta M9 series.
There were some issues with the first lot introduced that we stopped using them for about a year and went back to the S&W until those issues were resolved.
 
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OK guys, it's alright to seriously question my sanity due to the unavailability of percussion caps for the last few years. Yeah, I bought another percussion revolver, another Uberti. This time an 1860 Army but with the fluted cylinder. My other Army has the round roll engraved cylinder.

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With less than 1,000 percussion caps, I'm going to have to slow down on the black powder shooting. But, I still NEED that 1862 Colt Police. :emoji_slight_smile:
 
OK guys, it's alright to seriously question my sanity due to the unavailability of percussion caps for the last few years. Yeah, I bought another percussion revolver, another Uberti. This time an 1860 Army but with the fluted cylinder. My other Army has the round roll engraved cylinder.

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With less than 1,000 percussion caps, I'm going to have to slow down on the black powder shooting. But, I still NEED that 1862 Colt Police. :emoji_slight_smile:
Unobtanium? They're available but at an unGodly premium.

Ah hell man, make your own out of aluminum cans and primer compound.
 
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OK guys, it's alright to seriously question my sanity due to the unavailability of percussion caps for the last few years. Yeah, I bought another percussion revolver, another Uberti. This time an 1860 Army but with the fluted cylinder. My other Army has the round roll engraved cylinder.

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With less than 1,000 percussion caps, I'm going to have to slow down on the black powder shooting. But, I still NEED that 1862 Colt Police. :emoji_slight_smile:
That's pretty! What do you use for powder in your pistols?

Ryan
 
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Unobtanium? They're available but at an unGodly premium.

Ah hell man, make your own out of aluminum cans and primer compound.
Yes, I will be looking into that. Not a lot different than casting your own boolits.
 
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That's pretty! What do you use for powder in your pistols?

Ryan
I haven't seen real black powder in quite some time, kind of like caps. But I can get BP substitutes fairly easy. Currently I'm using Pyrodex P and Triple 7 (both FFFg equivalent) but when that is gone I plan to switch to American Pioneer Powder or APP as it's known. It is supposed to be a little more forgiving in the clean up dept. and smokes galore!
I've also started making my own paper cartridges with this kit.

 
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I haven't seen real black powder in quite some time, kind of like caps. But I can get BP substitutes fairly easy. Currently I'm using Pyrodex P and Triple 7 (both FFFg equivalent) but when that is gone I plan to switch to American Pioneer Powder or APP as it's known. It is supposed to be a little more forgiving in the clean up dept. and smokes galore!
I've also started making my own paper cartridges with this kit.

Powder went up in price like caps! But at least it's still available.

Ryan
 
Unobtanium? They're available but at an unGodly premium.

Ah hell man, make your own out of aluminum cans and primer compound.
Chili, you are The Man!!!

I checked it out and just ordered the tool and compound. Many thank my friend. You solved a big problem for me. :emoji_thumbsup:
 
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