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    ? about beretta M9

    Friend loaned me his M92, good shooting gun, but we were wondering if the barrel should move ,wiggle,not very much but still it loose to me when slide if forward? I brought to his attn. he asked guy were he purchsed gun. they told him it was a floating barrel? Any help would be nice.

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    I have a Beretta Vertec which is the same basic gun as the M9 and the barrel on mine does not move at all when the slide is forward with a round in the chamber.

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    sorry i ment m92 but thanks for the info

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    wiggles with a round in the chamber also

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    to my knowledge and experience with m9/m92/m ninety-two variants, it should not move at all... my buddy has one and it's rock solid... which poses the question, was this gun bought new or used???
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    My 9000s does not move with the slide forward (chamber loaded) either.

    It does, however, when the slide is back.
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    M92 IS DIFFERENT THAN 9000S BUT THANKS SEE PIC AT LINK
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    [SIZE="2"]Is it not Accurate ? My beretta 92 fs ( M9 ) was a police trade-in so it had some use but almost no movement from the barrel when the slide is down. I hate to change the subject but I have a problem with my barrel also.I reload to keep cost down but my beretta wont shoot cast bullets with any accuracy ,and my bullets are also keyholing bad . which of course affects accuracy a great deal. I dont know if the barrel is worn, or is it shallow rifling for the police ( Mostly FMJ ) . does anybody know of an aftermarket barrel that is reasonably priced ?SIZE] Thanks

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    No there shouldn't be play with the barrel when the slide is closed. With the slide locked back there is a little bit of play.

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    The M9 is NOT a quality weapon. After a few thousand rounds you will see some play. If you have the military grade, it is far inferior to the civilain model. THe military model of the M9 has some slack in both the slide and barrell.

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