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12ga “Upper” for Beretta 92?


I flew down to Santa Clara to watch the Ducks spank Utah this weekend and had an Uber driver show me something very cool. We conversed about guns right away and naturally I asked about any class III in his collection as I recently made my first purchase. He showed me some pics of his 92 with a break barrel 12ga upper on it in place of its slide. I thought it was the coolest thing, he had a video of him shooting it as well. He said it’s registered as an AOW (any other weapon). Has anyone heard of this before?
Same here. And the fact that it just mounts on 92fs and PT92 frames is awesome.
Has it been featured on forgotten weapons? If not I have to send Gun Jesus a request.
I watch the machine messiah everyday and don't recall seeing it. That would be a good piece of the fellow with the long mane to cover. :s0155:



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