Talk:Taurus PT92

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Taurus PT92AFS with pearl grips - 9x19mm
Taurus PT92 Reverse Two Tone - 9x19mm
Taurus PT92AF (current production model with accessory rails) - 9x19mm
Benvolio's "Sword 9mm Series S" pistol
Tybalt's "Rapier 9mm Series R" pistol.

PT99 pics

I will be photographing PT99s (older versions) soon. Though the PT99s with rails are commonly on sale now, they are rare in films because they are so new. With time they will probably show up more, that is unless the anti gun legislation doesn't outlaw all movie armorers.... MoviePropMaster2008 19:53, 14 May 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, I wouldn't bother with photographing rail-frame PT92s or 99s; best to do the older model guns since those are still what appear in films. -MT2008

Beretta or Taurus?

Which is more reliable? --Taurus96 04:24, 3 March 2012 (CST)

I owned a PT92, and it was quite reliable. I do like the feel of Berettas better; they look and feel better put-together. But I also prefer the frame-mounted safety to the Beretta's slide mounted safety (it's easier to reach with my thumb). -MT2008 (talk) 17:56, 27 October 2012 (EDT)
Also the PT92 does have an additional feature which the Beretta 92FS doesn't have, which is the ability to carry it in condition one (hammer cocked and safety on). The safety on a PT92 is pushed up from the horizontal to activate, and pulled downwards to de-cock. I have heard there does tend to be more variation between different pistols than on the Berettas (such as a more variable trigger pull and different tightness on the safety), but as I have only shot one PT92 I can't speak to this. The gun I shot I liked and had no reliability problems. --commando552 (talk) 19:29, 27 October 2012 (EDT)



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