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    Do any of you guys know If a serpa for a taurus pt 92 is available or if the beretta 92 one would work?, or any good suggestions? thanks.

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    The Beretta M9/M92 SERPA holster will fit most any M9 or M92 without a railed frame.

    It will not work correctly with the KWA M9 BR, Taurus PT-92/99 or any Beretta type with a railed frame.

    http://www.shortyusa.com/airsoft.htm...1.144&CA=&RID=

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    I am actually looking at traiding off my PT92 (4th Gen) for a non-railed 92, because I want to go back to a serpa again.



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    I have both a Beretta 92fs and a Taurus 99af. I also have a Serpa holster for my Beretta. The Taurus fits in the holster but the retention catch does not catch because the bottom front part of the trigger guard is more curved toward the front than the Beretta is.
    If the point of the Taurus trigger guard was filed back about one sixteenth of an inch to match the Beretta's shape than the holster would work. Conversely if you don't want to modify the gun you could modify the holster.
    Perhaps if you would use a real computer you wouldn't have to apologize for not being able to do so many things on the internet!

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    Serpa holster for Taurus PT-92

    I just purchased a Blackhawk! Serpa paddle holster for my Taurus PT-92AF. I test fit a newer Taurus pistol in it at the gun shop before I bought it and that pistol worked fine in it. My pistol is much older and has a thicker trigger guard and didn't clip in at all. The gun fits inside the holster fine otherwise. There are no problems with the upper part of the holster pressing on the mag release button either. I read somewhere that someone else had that problem. My solution was to reduce the locking tab inside the holster by melting the front side of it down slightly with a heated screwdriver tip. Melt a little, let cool a few seconds then test fit the gun in the holster. Be careful not to melt away too much too fast. Repeat until the gun clicks in. After that you might need to trim the excess melted plastic from the locking lever. You can do this with a utility knife from the outside of the holster. Trim until the lock lever moves freely. Now your Serpa holster will hold your Taurus nice and tight.

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