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Beretta and Wilson Combat join forces for 92G Centurion Tactical

Written by Jacki Billings

Like modern day superheros, Beretta and Wilson Combat team up to fight evil-doers with the 92G Centurion Tactical chambered in 9mm.

This custom job is a first for the two companies, and only offered through Wilson Combat. Built on the Brigadier Tactical enhanced frame, the 92G Centurion Tactical touts a 4.25-inch Centurion slide. The new digs measure 7.75-inches in overall length with a weight of over two pounds (33.02-ounces) unloaded. The gun stands 5.5-inches tall and delivers a sight radius of 5.75-inches. Speaking of sights, the Centurion Tactical pairs an Ameriglo “Hackathorn” high visibility dovetailed tritium front sight with Wilson Combat’s black u-notch battlesight rear.

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The limited production run includes a bevy of all-steel Beretta and Wilson Combat parts to include a ambidextrous decocker-only lever, modified M9A1-style checkered frame with accessory rail, and rounded trigger. In addition, shooters will find an Elite-style, match-grade stainless barrel with recessed target crown.

Decked out in a gray/black scheme, the Centurion Tactical boasts Wilson Combat Ultra Thin G-10 grips, fluted steel guide rod, magwell, and oversized mag release. The gun rounds out its features with a skeletonized Elite II hammer with the Wilson Combat logo resting along the slide. The pistol packs ships with two 17 round magazines and one 20-round mag. The Beretta/Wilson Combat pairing is only offered in 9mm, so .45 fans shouldn’t hold their breath.

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Though the gun spruces up everyday carry, Wilson Combat says additional upgrades are able to truly elevate the pistol to the next level.

Base price on the 92G Centurion Tactical comes in at a hearty $1,250.








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