An M9A3 Pistol With Capacity-Restricted Magazines
Just because some handgun fans live in states with magazine-capacity restrictions doesn't mean they shouldn't be able to take advantage of the upgrades found in the latest class of Beretta handgun: the M9A3. This improved model incorporates a number of upgrades, including a Vertec-style grip.
The Beretta M9A3 is built on the same double-action/single-action operating system as the original Beretta M9, but the gun's continued service with the military provided the company with a unique opportunity to add enhancements that were recommended by troops who used the gun in the field.
- Overall length: 8.7 inches
- Weight: 2.08 pounds
- Chambered in 9mm
- Ships with two magazines
This particular model of the Beretta M9A3 features the Type G upgrade, which features only a decocking mechanism with no manual safety. The gun also features a full-length, 5-inch threaded barrel and ships with tritium-illuminated night sights and the FDE frame.