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Old 11-02-2017, 10:48 AM   #7
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I like the setup on the late 80's Taurus PT92(fixed sights) and PT99(adjustable sights) with the frame mounted safeties much better. ...no decocker and can be carried cocked and locked. Safety flips off downward like the 1911. Still can be carried double action/single action if you want it to be, just lower the hammer manually(carefully) on a chambered round. I also have the smaller .380 12rd, the PT58S. Same setup. Taurus haters gonna hate, but these just work and have for 30 years now without a single failure, jam or otherwise. All have been extremely accurate weapons too. Shot the Beretta in the military, just never had the desire to own one. They are reliable and good looking pistols though for sure.
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