The Beretta M9 series of pistols sees its newest entry with the M9A4 Full Size. Designed for the most demanding shooter, the M9A4 provides enhanced versatility and ease of customization. With advancements throughout, it is an overall solid choice for personal defense, tactical competitions and duty carry alike.
The Beretta M9A4 Full Size
Building on the Beretta Vertec frame the aggressively textured Vertec-style thin grips provide instinctive control. As a result of the vertical back-strap, target acquisition is as natural as pointing at the target with your index finger. Also, the thin grips allow for a comfortable purchase of the M9A4, even with a double-stack, high-capacity magazine.
In light of its combative intent, the magazine well includes a generous bevel for quick magazine insertion, even under duress. Furthermore, the M9A4 is available for 10, 15 or 18 round magazines. In addition, the magazine is ejected via the oversized magazine-release button that can be actuated under pressure, with or without gloves.
The Xtreme Trigger System provides an enhanced short reset for faster round delivery. When you are done sending rounds downrange, and are ready to transport, the universal decock-only (G) slide resets the hammer. What is more, the slide features cut outs to allow for mounting optic plate styles. As a result, with plates available for all of the most popular optic variants on the market today, the choice is yours.
The wear-resistant FDE finish is practically impervious to the elements and keeps the M9A4 low-maintenance. When it is time to perform routine cleaning and maintenance, the tool-free disassembly makes it easy.
The Beretta M9A4 Full Size is available now, with an MSRP of $1,099.00. For more info, please visit Beretta.com.
Beretta M9A4 Full Size Specifications
Barrel length: 5.1 inches
Caliber: 9×19 (PARA)
Grip Width: 1.3 inches
Magazine: 10 – 15 – 18
Overall height: 5.4 inches
Overall length: 8.7 inches
Width: 1.5 inches
Sight radius: 6.3 inches
Weight unloaded: 33.4 ounces
Get to your tree stand or hunting blind and start your prep early with...
by Joshua Swanagon / Sep 14, 2021