Wasn't the "commercial version" also a 10+1 version of the 15+1 92F? Or was capacity not part of the reason for the "S"?Originally posted by Detritus:
If i remember correctly the "s" in 92FS means that it is a comercial model of the M9 service pistol which differs from the original model 92F in having a mechanism that prevents you from eating the slide if you repetedly cycle 9mm Sub-machinegun ammo through the gun, and cause a failure.
I'm not sure of the workings of the system but, the slide of the "FS" has a groove cut into the rear on one side where it mates to the frame rails, there is a corresponding mechanism that is SUPPOSED to retain the slide in place should there be a failure.
of course i could be wrong, it's been 5 years since i was given the above explanation. but i did get the same story from two separate sources.
I would think we would all be better off with a long gun of some sort. Good pumpgun or AR, AK. Something with some capacity and more power than a puny pistol caliber.Originally posted by shane45:
OK the **** has hit the fan and you can only grab one to escourt your familly to safety, which one gets strapped on?
Originally posted by ZekeLuvs1911:
No problem BillD, I grab my two Bushmaster AR-15 or the SA M1A Match. I'll post the pics of them later in the long arm section...I still take the Protector also...