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Old November 24th, 2016, 01:52 PM   #1
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I think it's safe to say we all already know what goes on inside of a handgun and I also think it's safe to say that most of us know about high pressure water cutting. However, I never seen it done to a handgun.




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Old November 24th, 2016, 02:08 PM   #2
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That's awesome. It would make a great wall display.
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That's a Taurus, not a M9.
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The Taurus PT-92 is a clone of the Beretta 92 (M9). In fact the original Taurus PT-92 and the Beretta 92 were the exact same gun just with a different name on it.

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It would be nice if the guy had a clue about how guns work . . .

"The chamber has these grooves that spin the bullet so it can go faster."

Yeah . . .right.

But the cut operation is definitely cool.

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True that the Taurus was produced off the original Beretta plans at an old Beretta factory, but better to cut a Taurus in half than a Beretta. And I am not a Taurus hater.
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Old November 25th, 2016, 09:01 AM   #8
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Awww, but that's a nice stainless Taurus 92 with a frame mounted safety that moves in the correct direction.

I'd rather them cut up a beat up Beretta than that particular Taurus.

Cool video, nonetheless.
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The Taurus PT92 is indeed a clone of the Beretta 92 which was initially introduced in 1976 and adopted by the Brazilian army in 1977 and had the frame-mounted safety lever.

But it most definitely is not a clone of the military M9, the civilian variant of which is the Beretta 92FS with the slide-mounted safety/decocker lever. The M9 was adopted by the US Army in 1985.
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Very cool post.
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Cool video.
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So sad the PT92 is the only firearm mad by Taurus that's worth owning
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