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erblo
06-21-2009, 5:54 PM
I keep my 92FS as my HD handgun and I'm interested in adding a light.

Anyone use either of these adapters? Recommendations?

CAA: http://www.commandarms.com/product.asp?pID=132&cID=69

Surefire: http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main.pl?pgm=co_disp&func=displ&strfnbr=6&prrfnbr=23525&sesent=0,0&search_id=1463819

Suvorov
06-21-2009, 6:23 PM
I have an Insight rail adapter on my HD Beretta and have not had any issues with it. The adapter is made out of carbon fiber reinforced plastic and is quite secure. The Command Arms is most likely a newer design and may be a little better.
For the M9 and early "straight dust cover" 92s - http://www.insighttechgearstore.com/beretta-adapter.html
For later "slanted dust cover" 92s - http://www.insighttechgearstore.com/beretta-2-adapte2.html
There is another design out there called the TICK which I have heard good things about and is less expensive and less permanent.
http://www.trgear.com/osc/eshop/product_info.php/products_id/211

ZRT650
06-21-2009, 7:39 PM
for the price just sell the the 92fs and upgrade to the m9a1(which has the rail). the extra $100 should cover the difference in price of what you would get for the gun being used and the new weapon. Besides the m9a1 looks way better IMO

erblo
06-21-2009, 8:33 PM
I haven't seen M9A1's for sale anywhere, anyone seen any? What's the going price for one?

ZRT650
06-21-2009, 9:01 PM
you can get them for around 600 shipped online. try the usuals: buds,ables, gunbroker ect. If you have any friends that are leo see if they can get one from their dealers, they might be able to save you some good money

erblo
06-28-2009, 11:06 AM
Well, I ended up ordering the TICK rail. Found it online for sale and couldn't pass it up:

http://www.brigadeqm.com/cgi-bin/tame.exe/store/level4c.tam?M5COPY.ctx=30558&M5.ctx=30558&mailcall=NATShot

Greg-Dawg
06-28-2009, 11:30 AM
Not on a B, but on a Glock:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v171/Gregdog/Pin%20Ups/G27Surefire003.jpg