New from Beretta: 92FS with Built-in Lasermax Laser

Beretta 92FS with guide-rod-mounted Lasermax laser

Lights, lasers. Who needs ’em? My take: a hand-held flashlight is a wonderful thing that prevents muzzle discipline issues and reduces the possibility of, I dunno, shooting the wrong person. Lasers are excellent for firearms training and . . . that’s it. But what do I know? The demand for the devices is undeniable and plenty of gun gurus will tell you that I’m FOS. Generally speaking. Anyway, if you’re gonna have a laser on your gun, a built-in laser is the way to go – especially if you don’t want holster hassle. Beretta’s new 92FS with on-board laser on board is a tidy package with a proven partner. Lasermax’s patented guide rod laser “has been proven through over a quarter century of combat and defensive use by tier one special operation forces, conventional military units, federal agents, SWAT and police professionals, and responsible firearm owners worldwide.” Like I said, what do I know? Press release as follows . . .

Rochester, NY -(Ammoland.com)- One of the most trusted and field tested professional sidearms ever developed – the 92FS – is now available from the Beretta factory with a precision engineered internal Guide Rod Laser preinstalled.

The new laser-equipped Beretta 92FS pistol represents LaserMax‘s latest collaborative effort with the world’s oldest firearms manufacturer. Aimed at delivering the very best in high-tech products to Beretta’s loyal customer base, the new pistols will be offered in both red and green laser variants.

Having adopted the M9 as the standard service sidearm in 1985, the U.S. government has purchased many hundreds of thousands of Beretta pistols for military use and over one million Beretta 92FS pistol variants have been sold to the military and police agencies of 25 other nations. These contracts and their continued renewals serve as testament to the Beretta 92 series’ ruggedness, reliability and ease of use. Thanks to the addition of the LaserMax Guide Rod Laser, the choice of professionals worldwide is now equally suited for concealed carry, home protection or duty use.

LaserMax is the only manufacturer of an internal guide rod laser sight. This patented design has been proven through over a quarter century of combat and defensive use by tier one special operation forces, conventional military units, federal agents, SWAT and police professionals, and responsible firearm owners worldwide. The Guide Rod Laser installs as close to the pistol bore line as possible, ensuring the most consistent relationship between point of aim and point of impact (POA/POI) over all shooting distances. Emitting a highly visible pulsed laser for rapid target acquisition, the LaserMax sight comes factory aligned for guaranteed center-of-mass accuracy at 20 yards. To secure your LaserMax-equipped Beretta 92FS contact a Beretta USA dealer today and reference the following product identifiers:

Beretta 92FS with Red LaserMax Guide Rod Laser:

  • SKU: SPEC590A
  • UPC: 0082442734880

Beretta 92FS with Green LaserMax Guide Rod Laser:

  • SKU: SPEC591A
  • UPC: 0082442734897

Established in 1526, Beretta is the oldest firearms manufacturer in the world, tracing its lineage through 16 generations of continuous family ownership. Visit www.beretta.com to view Beretta’s complete line of firearms, accessories, and apparel.

Complete information on LaserMax products is available at lasermax.com or by phone at (800) 527-3703. For the latest LaserMax news, follow LaserMax on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Gun District, and YouTube.

About LaserMax

Now in its 26th year, LaserMax is a leading innovator of premium laser systems with a growing portfolio of significant patents. Specializing in the design and manufacture of rugged and innovative firearm sighting solutions for military, law enforcement and commercial markets worldwide, the company also delivers premium laser products and optical systems for the semiconductor, aerospace, biomedical and telecommunications industries. LaserMax is an ISO 9001:2008 certified and WOSB 8(m) certified Women-Owned Small Business and was recently recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. by Inc. 500 | 5000.

For more information, please visit www.LaserMax.com.

comments

  1. avatar Defens says:

    Nice troll bait, RF! 🙂 Actually, lasers are a great accessory for a working pistol. I prefer a red dot sight as a general tool, because you can’t lose the dot as easily into the background upon drawing, but lasers provide a way to bring the gun to bear from odd positions – like taking cover under a car – while minimizing your exposure from behind cover or concealment. My pocket pistol has a Crimson Trace, and at least in practice, it definitely speeds target acquisition and time to first shot.

  2. avatar Panzer says:

    Wish I could get a green guide rod laser for my Springfield 1911 EMP. Anyone know if one is available? Laser grips are OK, but the guide rod laser would be better in my opinion, if they turn off and on easily.

  3. avatar AlleyF says:

    Meh.

    Any word on M9A3 release?

  4. avatar Vhyrus says:

    How does it turn on?

    1. avatar Sian says:

      The LaserMax guiderod models all turn on via a takedown-lever located switch.

  5. avatar Gordon Wagner says:

    Great looking pistol.

  6. avatar Ralph says:

    Lasers are excellent for firearms training and . . . that’s it.

    Well, they’re also effective at flashblinding airplane pilots and . . . that’s it. Oh, and how could I forget about looking tacticool?

    http://www.laserpointersafety.com/laser-hazards_aircraft/laser-hazards_aircraft.html

  7. avatar Bob says:

    I only have one issue with lasers. there are a lot of people who think that since they have a laser they can forgo a lot of the fundamentals of marksmanship. I’ve met several people that think their LCP is an Fing deathray now that it has a laser.

  8. avatar Ted says:

    Lasers go in a straight line – bullets do not.

    1. avatar RocketScientist says:

      The same can be said of ANY optical aiming device: red-dots, lasers, scopes, even iron sights. They are all straight-line aiming devices that are only truly accurate at one specific range. Are you saying that you do not use iron sights on your pistols, because they rely on light which only travels in straight lines, and as such are only accurate at one range? For pistols, the short ranges of typical engagements allow more than sufficient accuracy with a single elevation setting on the aiming device, whether it be a red-dot, iron sights, or yes, a laser

  9. avatar Publius says:

    Any word on how much? Also, any chance of us lowly peasants getting the M9A3 (regardless if the military ever adopts it or not)?

  10. avatar J O E says:

    I had a lasermax in my G23. The laser worked great!…for the first 200 rounds. Then it started dimming and getting brighter randomly. Then it would only go solid instead of flash. Cleaned and installed fresh batteries and the problems still existed. Go with something better with a laser, like a tlr.

  11. avatar David in NC says:

    I had a Beretta 96 centurion (every day carry) that I added the lasermax internal to and was totally pleased for years, until it broke in half while shooting. I contacted lasermax and sent it to them, it couldn’t be repaired or replaced since it was no longer in production. Kind of pissed me off with the amount of money I spent on it but what was worse is it left me with a non-functioning weapon. Luckily I was target practicing and not defending myself. The bottom line, I’ll never own another one.

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