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    Ever wanted to own a TacOps for $2,000?

    Here are some photos of some custom TacOps 9mm Berettas.

    Yes you heard right. Mike and the team built 5 of these bad boys and gave them the TacOps love and attention from gunsmithing to night sights to the signature Birdsong GreenT:

    Enjoy the photos and if anyone is interested in buying one, please let me know. There were only 5 of these built.

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      Looks Sexy in the OD Green

      Antz

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    Awesome, love it.

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    • #4
      Which model Beretta was used?
      “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing” - Edmund Burke

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        Originally posted by Morgo" post=27464
        Which model Beretta was used?
        Brigadier. I believe it has the steel frame

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      Awesome!!!

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        They are actually in the old colour scheme

        These were custom ordered by a Celebrity in the US. That celebrity had some serious legal issues and the whole deal blew up (pardon the pun). It actually made headline news in the US but I don't want to get into any more details that that. I am sure its not hard to find the facts somewhere floating around.

        NOSAJ19: I know what you are saying, heard it all before and felt the same thing but then I played with these and did some research on Beretta in general. Very impressive story on the handgun. It is the worlds most rigorously tested hand gun due to the uproar when it first won the US Military contract. I don't want to get into a debate about which handgun is better and am not trying to defend the company but the article I read on it was very impressive and having handled it I was very surprised.

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        • #7
          Actually it may well be a Bitsa.

          I will find out what i can find out.

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            Its a 92G-SD.

            Basically it is a Single/Double Action with no safety.
            Alloy Frame with a Carbon Steel Brigadier Slide, and a stainless steel barrel.
            It has Trijicon Night Sights.

            The model was designed for Elite Police Forces and was apparently only sold to Law enforcement and military not to civilians. It has no safety as it was designed to always be ready to fire.

            Its a really nice and very well balanced and weighted handgun.

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              Hi DTAC,

              It looks great, and should also shoot well, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the Beretta's, I have two of them, a 92FS blue and a 92FS Inox, both in 9mm.

              I would be very interested in one of these if they are still available?.

              Cheers,

              Mick
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