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Beretta M9 22 LR Handgun

Item No. 08244273639
$399.99

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Tactically oriented shooters look for a firearm with proven Durability, Reliability, and Accuracy. For over 30 years, the Beretta M9 has been the standard sidearm of the U.S. Military and the Beretta M9 22LR builds on that tradition.

The M9 22LR is an exact replica of the M9 in .22 caliber and features the same operation, controls, and takedown as the venerable Beretta M9. Available in 15 round, the .22LR magazine, removable sights, and interchangeable grip panels fit the Beretta M9. The M9 22LR offers the same great reliability that the M9 has offered for over 30 years.

Whether it’s for accurate, low cost training or safe, comfortable first time shooting, the .22LR version of the iconic Beretta M9 provides a near identical experience to the 9mm versions. Muscle memory and good habits are built on identical look, feel, operation, disassembly, and magazine capacity.

Features:

  • Ambidextrous Safety/Decocker
  • Dovetail Sights
  • External Hammer DA/SA Design
  • Open Slide Design
  • Reversible Magazine Release

Specifications:

  • Caliber: .22 LR
  • Barrel Length: 4.9"
  • Overall Length: 8.5"
  • Grip Width: 1.3"
  • Magazine: 15
  • Overall Width: 1.52"
  • Sight Radius: 6.1"
  • Weight: 26.08 oz.

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M9 on a dime
I had been looking for a .22 trainer pistol for while. From my research most have 10-12 rd magazines and do not replicate the feel and function of their full power siblings. The M9 .22 comes as close as possible besides material selection. It is not a full steel frame and slide, .22lr would never cycle a 9mm slide. Aside from that it functions flawlessly and is quite accurate. Plate racks out to 25 yards are not a problem and with the right ammo plates at 50 yards are achievable.

Bottom line. If you’re looking for a .22lr pistol for training the fundamentals you can do far worse than the Beretta M9 .22LR
May 26, 2019