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The Beretta 92F, designated the M9 by the US Military, is an Italian-made semiautomatic pistol. It was the Close-Range weapon of the Green Beret.


Weight: 33.6 oz Length: 8.5 in

  • Barrel Length: 4.9 in
  • Cartridge: 9x19mm Parabellum
  • Action: Single and double
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1,161 ft/s
  • Effective Range: 100 m
  • Feed System: 15-round detachable box magazine
  • Sights: Iron sights


The Beretta 92FS was selected in the 1980's to replace the M1911. It is the standard pistol of the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force, and is also seeing limited use in the United States Marine Corps. Despite some concerns about its stopping power, it has been used by most US Forces since the Persian Gulf War.

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Both pistols were shot at targets while navigating a specially designed target course using a night vision device. The Spetsnaz was able to eliminate all three targets without causing friendly casualties. While the Green Beret was able to navigate the same course in less time (completing the course five seconds sooner than the Spetsnaz) and also without friendly casualties, the Green Beret was only able to kill one target, leaving one target able to fight back in wounded condition and the final target nearly unscathed. The Makarov won due to its shooter's skill despite having a smaller magazine.


History of the Beretta 92 [1]