Beretta M9A1 vs Glock 20
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|Handguns||Beretta M9A1||Glock 20|
|Gun Type||Semi-Automatic Pistol|
|Action||Double / Single Action||Safe Action|
|Caliber||9x19mm Parabellum||10mm Auto|
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The Beretta M9A1 tactical pistol evolved from the base design of the battle-tested and proven M9, with input from military and law enforcement agencies around the world. Developed to meet the demanding requirements of the US Marine Corps, the M9A1 incorporates the established reliability and performance of the M9, with added features needed for the ever-changing missions of peacekeeping forces. Thanks to its accuracy, durability and versatility, it also makes a superb choice for personal or home-defense as well as concealed carry.
The GLOCK 20 Gen4, in 10mm, provides nothing short of massive firepower. The use of GLOCK hi-tech polymer considerably reduces felt recoil. With muzzle energy of 550 ft/lbs and a magazine capacity of 15 rounds, this 10mm is your reliable companion on every hunt. The Gen4 edition now incorporates a wider selection of grip dimensions to make customizing your grip even more precise. Glock 20 Gen 4 Specs at a glance - Caliber: 10mm Barrel: 4.61 inches Overall Length: 8.07 inches Weight: 30.69 ounces (empty) Grips: Polymer, modular backstrap Sights: White-dot Action: Semi-auto Finish: Polymer frame/Tenifer slide Capacity: 15+1