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M9A1 - Ultimate Tactical Evolution
The M9A1 uses the M9 military pistol as a springboard to offer the tactical shooter the ultimate in 21st-ce ... Read More

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Model Name
$ 750.00
9 mm
10 Rounds
$ 750.00
9 mm
10 Rounds
$ 750.00
9 mm
15 rounds
Action Single/DoubleSingle/Double
Barrel length (mm) 125125
Barrel length (in) 4.94.9
Caliber 9x19 (PARA)9x19 (PARA)
GripWidth 1.3"1.3"
Historical NN
Magazine 1510
Overall height (mm) 137137
Overall height (in) 5.45.4
Overall length (mm) 216216
Overall length (in) 8.58.5
Overall width (mm) 3838
Overall width (in) 1.51.5
SightRadiusIN 6.16.1
SightRadiusMM 155155
Weight unloaded (g) 961961
Weight unloaded (OZ) 33.933.9
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M9A1: The Evolution of a Classic Tactical Pistol

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.

Magazines for Your 90 Series Pistols

Extra-DurableExtra-Durable Pistol and Magazines

Just as the US Marines are rightly famous for their reliability and endurance, the M9A1 is built to be ultra-tough and always dependable. Besides the superior steels of which it is constructed, it also features a unique sand-resistant magazine that was developed for the sandy environments of Iraq and Afghanistan and comes standard only on the M9A1. The special PVD coating reduces friction, while the magazine tube design reduces the possibility of grit accumulation within the round column, greatly increasing the reliability and functioning of the M9A1 even in the most extreme conditions.

Packed with FeaturesPacked-with-Features

As you take the M9A1 out of the box, it won’t fail to impress you for the abundance of tactical features it offers. Firstly, there is an integral Picatinny MIL-STD-1913 rail situated under the barrel, for easy attachment of accessories such as tactical lights and laser aiming devices. The 3-dot sight system on this pistol is optimized for quick acquisition of the target, while the front and backstrap of the frame are checkered to ensure a positive purchase no matter the weather conditions. Also, the magazine well has an aggressive internal bevel to facilitate fast tactical reloads in combat as well as competition situations.


Easy-to-MaintainSoft-Shooting, Accurate and Easy to Maintain

At the range, the M9A1 will impress you for its low recoil, as well as its accuracy. As one of the ultimate evolutions of a best-in-class military and law-enforcement pistol, it will reliably feed commercial ammo, even with more open hollow-point designs. Thanks to all these features, the M9A1 is an ideal tactical pistol that will meet the requirements of the most demanding users.

Also check out a smaller variant of this pistol, the 92 Compact With Rail, which is available in a Bruniton finish or in Stainless Steel.

Grips for Your 90 Series

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Iconic for a reason


I have always wanted a Beretta 92 [first produced in 1976], thanks to iconic action movies and my first gun safety class. When I finally bought one, I went milspec and got the M9A1—not only because I'm a poser, but also because it has a full-length barrel, picatinny-styled bottom rail to mount a light, and larger grips compared to many other 92 models (Vertec, Elite IA, M9A3, etc.). I have not been disappointed. The gun has a great feel and has light recoil. It is rugged, accurate at distance (25+ yds? no problem), and is almost comically easy to clean and service, especially when doing a detail strip. I was worried about the polymer spring guide, but after 3,000rds, there's virtually no wear. My one complaint is that the grips are actually too small for my monster-gorilla hands, but if I wear gloves, I tend to have greater control and don't notice as much. If you are considering getting this, it's worth it—it may be old tech, but it's iconic for a reason. It's a hoot to shoot.

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This is a tried and true gun! Bulletproof and battle tested! It will serve your self defense honorably!