Beretta has slowly been transitioning everything 92 series related to the new 92X format since it was introduced a couple of years ago. The newest entry in this is an Italian-made 92X Performance model built to comply with the USPSA’s Carry Optic division standards.
Logically dubbed the 92X Performance Carry Optic, the new gun is heavy– three pounds without a bullet in it or an optic on it– as it is all steel with a heavy Brigadier style slide and a Nistan-coated frame. Optic ready with Toni system plates, it has Beretta’s Xtreme-S Trigger system and lots of additional high-performance tweaks.
Available in 10 and 15-round magazine capacities, the new Beretta 92X Performance Carry Optic retails for an MSRP of $1,799.