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Published on 28 Feb 2010 | over 7 years ago

Shooting and comparing two of the most common pistol models we might have or be shopping for, the Beretta 92FS and the Glock 19. This video is simply my impressions of the difference between the famous Beretta 92FS and the Glock. It's not a "service pistol" comparison, or I would have tried to borrow a G17. It's more a comparison between the formats and two very popular guns. The main difference between the G17 and G19 is that it's a bit longer in slide and grip; thickness is same as the G19. The G19 will take the G17 magazines, of course.
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