92G Centurion Tactical (Modified Beretta 9mm Pistol): New From Wilson Combat [VIDEO]

Wilson Combat 92G Centurion

Press release from Wilson Combat [via ammoland.com]: The 92G Centurion Tactical merges our award-winning, high-performance Brigadier Tactical enhanced frame with a shorter, 4.25” Centurion slide to create the ideal everyday carry Beretta 9mm pistol.

The 92G Centurion Tactical features all-steel Beretta and Wilson Combat custom parts. Some features of the limited-production 92G Centurion Tactical include steel ambidextrous decocker-only levers (G model), Centurion length slide, a modified M9A1-style checkered frame with accessory rail, and rounded trigger guard. The 92G Centurion Tactical ships with two 17 and one 20-round capacity magazines.

The 92G Centurion Tactical features all-steel Beretta and Wilson Combat custom parts.
This new model also features an Elite-style, match-grade stainless barrel with a recessed target crown for enhanced accuracy and an Ameriglo “Hackathorn” high visibility dovetailed tritium front sight paired with a Wilson Combat black battlesight rear. The 92G Centurion Tactical also features gray/black Wilson Combat Ultra Thin G-10 grips, a Wilson Combat fluted steel guide rod, Wilson Combat Mag Guide and oversize mag release and other custom features to enhance overall shooting and tactical performance.

Like all Wilson Combat-Beretta collaborations, this model has factory optimized action parts and improved slide to frame tolerances.

Like all Wilson Combat-Beretta collaborations, this model has factory optimized action parts and improved slide to frame tolerances.
Specifications
  • Available Calibers: 9mm
  • Magazine Capacity: 17 or 20 Rounds
  • Barrel Length: 4.3”
  • Overall Length: 7.75”
  • Sight Radius: 5.75”
  • Height: 5.5”
  • Width: 1.5”
  • Weight Empty (with 17rd magazine): 33.2oz
  • Weight Loaded with 18rds: 40.7oz

Features

  • M9A1 Frame with 92A1 round trigger guard profile and improved checkering
  • Shortened 92G Vertec Slide
  • Enhanced slide to frame fit
  • Ameriglo “Hackathorn” design tritium with orange ring, dovetail front sight
  • Stainless barrel with recessed crown, 4.3”, black Bruniton finish
  • Oversize steel magazine release
  • Steel G model de-cocking levers
  • Skeletonized Elite II hammer
  • D hammer spring
  • Wilson Combat Mag Guide
  • Steel trigger
  • Wilson Combat rear u-notch battlesight
  • Wilson Combat fluted steel guide rod
  • G10 Gray/Black ULTRA THIN grips with Wilson Combat logo medallion
  • Wilson Combat logo on slide
  • Two 17rd and one 20rd Beretta magazines
  • 9mm caliber only

More Info

  • G configuration ambidextrous decocker only
  • All steel components (decocker, trigger, magazine release, guide rod)
  • Checkered frontstrap and backstrap
  • Beveled magazine well
  • Rail for mounting light or laser that accepts all popular models
  • Special serial number range with WC prefix
  • IDPA Stock Service Pistol approved
  • USPSA Production Division approved
Beretta - Wilson Combat 92G Centurion Tactical

About Wilson Combat

Since 1977 Wilson Combat has been the leading innovator in high-performance, custom 1911 handguns, tactical long guns, and accessories. A Wilson Combat product’s unmatched level of exceptional reliability and peerless craftsmanship is only equaled by our legendary customer service.

comments

  1. avatar James Earl Hoffa says:

    That’s a real pretty piece of hardware. I saw this gun yesterday and I was like well this puts me in a predicament. I had just put some money down on an M9 A3 Beretta, and I don’t know what my wife is going to say when I spend another $1,200 is on this pistol. LOL

    1. avatar Madcapp says:

      Offhand, that’s the only offering from Wilson Combat that’s interesting. They can keep all the 1911s, and stippled Glocks.

      1. avatar Eric in Oregon says:

        IMO their AR parts stand out in an extremely crowded market too.

  2. avatar Ed says:

    I have one of the full size models and it is as smooth as butter. The slide, action, trigger, everything is perfect. It is just as nice as my other Wilson Combat 1911’s. I placed my order yesterday for this new Centurion model and the price will make you gasp at first but it is worth every penny. If you have never shot one and can find one I do recommend giving it a whirl, you won’t be sorry.

  3. avatar DrewN says:

    Man, for Wilson money I’d be real unhappy with all that crap written all over it. Make an absolutely plain model and I’ll be on the phone with my cc info.

    1. avatar Eric in Oregon says:

      Agreed. Wonder why they didn’t use an M9 variant instead? Those are much cleaner.

    2. avatar Rusty Chains says:

      Yeah, another thing the damn lawyers have saddled us with, guns that look like some damn tagger took his spray paint to them. My brand new M&P 2.0 compact has white letters right down the slide advising “CAUTION CAPABLE OF FIRING WITH MAGAZINE REMOVED.” At least it isn’t stamped right down into the metal like with some guns. Sometimes I think Shakespeare had the right idea!

  4. avatar jwtaylor says:

    Dibs

    1. avatar EGB says:

      http://www.alloutdoor.com/2017/11/15/sti-international-phasing-almost-1911-models/ Say it ain’t so – JWT… Looks like STI is making room for Nighthawk and WC

  5. avatar Joe R. says:

    Anyone else wonder why they don’t do a threaded barrel option?

    I know the crowning might leave you little barrel-wall to thread, but . . .

  6. avatar James Wilson says:

    I do not need another 9mm handgun.
    I do not need another 9mm handgun.
    I do not need another 9mm handgun.
    I do not need another 9mm handgun…if I just keep saying it…

  7. avatar coagula says:

    Well… I gotta ask… is it too early to have inappropriate this early in the morning??? I just got my M9A3 and now I want this… fml

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