BERETTA M9A1 9MM
The BERETTA M9A1 9MM semiautomatic pistol is used by the United States Armed Forces. It’s known as a “Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9.” The M9 became the standard issue pistol for all US military personnel in 1985.
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Single/Double Action System
Double Stacked Magazines
Picatinny Mil-STD-1913 Accessory Rail
3-Dot Sight System
Combat Trigger Guard
Open Slide Design
Reversible Magazine Release
Aggressive Internal Magazine Well Bevel
Tool-less Take Down Disassembly Latch
Overall Height 5.4″
all Length 8.5″
Overall Width 1.5″
Sight Radius 6.1″
Overall Weight Unloaded 33.9oz
Non-Reflective Black Bruniton Finish
Guide to Safety:
One of your most critical responsibilities is to keep your weapon securely put away. It’s a profession that requires your whole attention. Always store your firearm and ammo in separate, secure locations where children and other uninvited visitors cannot access them.
When not in use, keep your pistol secured and unloaded. Always keep your weapon secured and out of the hands of intruders. This is for your own and other people’s protection. Keep your gun secured, unloaded, and out of reach at all times. For additional information on how to maintain a warehouse safe, see the “Safe Storage and Transportation” section below.
Handling a Gun and Trigger Safely:
Never assume that a gun is unloaded.
No one should ever raise a gun at another person.
Before pulling the trigger, be sure your finger is totally straight and not on the trigger.
Load the rifle only when you’re ready to fire.
Before loading and firing, make sure the barrel is clean of anything.
If the gun does not fire when you pull the trigger, keep it in the firing position for a few seconds before gently emptying it while directing the muzzle away from yourself.