Wilson Combat’s Beretta 92G Brigadier

10806363_10204743951852068_5343904235898778701_nThe #1 best thing I saw at the Ellott Brother’s show, was the Wilson Combat Beretta 92G Brigadier.
Wait, why would I say that?  The 92 is old school!  It’s out dated, it’s too big, it’s too heavy, blah blah blah…  Son, you don’t understand quality and refinement.  If this was a car, it would be a full sized luxury car from Mercedes, worked over by AMG and on the back of it would have the word “Kompressor”.   That’s what the 92G from Wilson is like.  The Trigger is as smooth as you can get, and much lighter than expected.  It breaks in both modes of fire very crisp and clean.  I have to say, it’s the best DA/SA pull I’ve felt on any handgun.   The Wilson sights are beautifully clear and visible – even with my poor eyesight.
These are pistols are – and I don’t say this lightly – the most astute choice for a DA/SA Semi Automatic 9mm that you could make if you appreciate the finer things in life.   A real working class gun, that cleaned up nice and is ready to go out to eat.   I must have one.

 

10898136_10204743952692089_8032036853834489508_nThis studd is Anothony, from Wilson Combat.   Surprise, Anthony!  Long time MadOgre.com reader.  (Sorry about that)  He’s also the guy that helped me get one of these fine pistols ordered.   One for a customer of mine – and one will be ordered for myself.   Because these handguns are exquisite.
He also had to show me another weakness of mine… 1911’s fit for EDC.
He had to put this little guy in my hand.
I’ve listed a Kidney on Craigslist.   Yeah, so that’s two from Wilson Combat.

10931436_10204743953332105_83957842980627955_nNow, if you already own a Beretta, I recommend this.
That’s a replacement spring that will improve your trigger pull.  I took a large enough photo of it so you can see the part number and order the right one.   It makes a huge difference.  I felt it.  By the time you’ve read this, I’ve already ordered one for my own use.  I need a set of their grips too.  Because they felt amazing.

I’ve always been a big fan of Wilson Combat.  I don’t see that changing.  They are still doing it right.

6 thoughts on “Wilson Combat’s Beretta 92G Brigadier”

  1. So looking at it, it’s still 9mm in a huge environment. Ok that’s a norm but why they killed the compact it still beyond me. The trigger reach is untouched by human hands, the shooter has to be (have the finger reach of) a gorilla.

    1. Fits me just fine. I’ve even sold 92’s to women (average female size) and they enjoy shooting them.

  2. I have small hands and my Beretta fits me better than any gun I own. I wish they would bring back the centurion. The slightly smaller slide is the perfect response to the “It’s big for a 9mm” argument. What does the WC 92FS cost? Any beefed up internals?

  3. Price is right at $1200. When I’d seen this on the WC site and read up on it, the urge to order one was strong. Hey, the kids can live on hot dogs and macaroni and cheese for a few months, right?
    But then I read that a compact may be in the works…

  4. Hmm looks like the Army just declined to reup the 92 for the Army? Did I read that right?

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