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Choosing the right holster for Beretta 90 TWO is not a simple task, so you should better bet on craftsmanship and quality that is proven by years. With quality holster, you can rely on your self-defense setup in every situation and your gun will have a safe shelter for a lifetime. Our offer includes 161 Beretta 90 TWO concealed carry and duty holsters from traditional European holster producers, known for their quality materials and hand crafted manufacture. Beretta 90 TWO holsters are custom made for this gun model for perfect fit and smooth draw and allows you to wear your gun in comfortable and safety way. We offer Leather, Nylon, Kydex and Polymer Beretta 90 TWO holsters. You can choose between IWB, OWB, Ankle, Cross Draw, Drop Leg, Duty, Light & Laser, Magazine & Ammo, Molle, Paddle, Shoulder and Small of Back holster designs for Beretta 90 TWO. See also holsters for Beretta 92 FS, 92 A1, Nano and PX4 Storm and holsters for other Beretta models.
About Beretta 90 TWO
Beretta is probably the largest company producing firearms in the world. It’s output is approximately 1,500 produced weapons a day. One of the biggest achievements of Beretta is definitely the fact that the American Armed Forces and State Police Forces started using Beretta 92 series in 1985. The company added to its classical sporting guns production a completely new line of hunting apparel and accessories, clay target shooting and outdoor sports items in the early 1990s.
Today is this unique company owned by Ugo Gussalli Beretta and his sons, Franco and Pietro. What makes Beretta Beretta if not the traditional father-to-son dynasty? However their dynasty was a little interrupted because Ugo married into the Beretta family and he adopted the last name Beretta. Beretta Holding that is the parent company also owns Beretta USA, Stoeger, Benelli, Franchi, SAKO, Uberti, Tikka and the Burris Optics company. Besides numerous high-quality firearms, the Beretta family produces a plenty of renowned Italian wines. Around 1950, Giuseppe Beretta, Luigi Castelbarco and motorcycle designer Giuseppe Benelli started designing and manufacturing automobiles.
In 2015 the company celebrated the 100-year anniversary of the production of Beretta’s first semi-automatic pistol. Although the company’s trademark sidearm is 92FS, its semi-automatic roots rest with the Model 1915, that was adopted by Italian forces during the World War I.
the Beretta 90 TWO is a semi-automatic pistol that was designed and manufactured by Beretta of Italy. In 2006 it was released as an enhanced version of the Beretta 92, and is produced in 9×19mm, 9×21mm IMI and also .40 S&W versions. The Beretta 90-Two features upgraded sight points with a 5 mm increased length between them and an internal recoil buffer. There are three variations in the 90-two series, the Type F, Type D, and Type G. They differ in the trigger and safet. The Type F is the basic model, a double/single action (DA/SA) pistol with a manual safety lever that also serves as a hammer decocking lever. It operates just like the Beretta 92F (M9).
When the slide mounted safety lever is pushed down, it safely returns the hammer to its lowered position and disconnects the trigger. That means the pistol cannot be fired until the safety lever is positioned in the "fire" position. There is a hammer half-cock safety notch. The Type G is a DS/SA pistol similar to the Type F, but the manual safety feature is absent. The "safety" lever serves only as a hammer drop device. This is a sensible alternative, since a double action pistol is inherently safe with the hammer down, just as is a conventional Double Action revolver. The Type D is a "double action only" pistol. The hammer follows the slide down to the uncocked position after a shot is fired, which desires a double action trigger pull for the next shot. There is no manual safety, half cock hammer notch, or hammer drop lever, as none are needed. The Type D is a self-loading pistol that operates like a "hammerless" double action revolver. The Type D retains an exposed hammer, however it cannot be manually cocked.
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