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Silent killerr
22-04-2010, 08:55 AM
What is the difference between these two? Which one is better? Also elaborate the difference between "PT 92 AF" and "PT92 AFS"
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Afzaal
22-04-2010, 09:58 AM
I just know the price difference between these two.

99 is available @ 60k and 92 is @ 58k

if 99 is expensive than 92 then i assume thats better :)

Gunpsycho
22-04-2010, 10:10 AM
@Silent killer. Both are amazing weapon with great balanace, no concern about the ammo u can fed every type o f Ammo
No Difference between the two models except that the rear sight of PT 99 is micrometer click Ajustable type :) :)

Syrianar
22-04-2010, 10:24 AM
Both are same weapons but the only difference is that the sights of PT99 are adjustable, other than that its the same pistol.

Silent killerr
22-04-2010, 11:14 AM
Thanks for response

Salahuddin Ayubi
22-04-2010, 11:16 AM
What is the difference between these two? Which one is better? Also elaborate the difference between "PT 92 AF" and "PT92 AFS"
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Difference b/w 92 and 99:

92 has fixed rear sights while 99 has adjustable rear sights.

Which one is better:

If your primary objective is marksmanship/target shooting, the 99 is better, while if it is home defence/self defence, then 92 is better.

Difference between PT 92 AF and PT 92 AFS:

92 AF is in black, while 92 AFS is in stainless silver finish. Both can be either with or without rails.

Moreover, the following post by Gilani Sb, might also be helpful for you.


There is no quality issue with PT99 adjustable sights, as per my experience. However, all adjustable sights need to be zeroed from time to time. I always keep a screw driver in my pocket and adjust the sights whenever needed.

Adjustable sights are always more delicate than the fixed ones and one has to take care of them. The gun with which you shoot bulls eye should be kept in the box with care after shooting and not in the holster. The handling of bulls eye shooting gun that would be used in competition and of a normal combat gun that you carry for SD is entirely different. Still, you will have to make slight adjustments every now and then. These adjustments are usually minor (just one odd click) but even such minor adjustments matter a lot when you are trying to place your shots withing 1 inch radius from 25M.

So don't be bothered. There is no problem with PT99 adjustable sights. Whatever happens to them would happen to other adjustable sights as well. :)


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Hope this helps.

MKKD
22-04-2010, 06:58 PM
Please don't tell me that the PT99 is ONLY available in the two tone (silver/black)!!! It would be a shame if it isn't available in black...

Afzaal
22-04-2010, 07:30 PM
Please don't tell me that the PT99 is ONLY available in the two tone (silver/black)!!! It would be a shame if it isn't available in black...

u reside in the heaven of Arms Bro.
Visiting mart should be just like outing for you.

i always preffer Peshawar dealers for all kinds of Queries regarding arms...

MKKD
22-04-2010, 11:38 PM
Sure Sir, but if I can get accurate information with a just a few clicks in the middle of the night, why not? :)

Salahuddin Ayubi
23-04-2010, 10:50 AM
Please don't tell me that the PT99 is ONLY available in the two tone (silver/black)!!! It would be a shame if it isn't available in black...

I'll share my experience of the 92/99 market survey I did few months back in Karachi.

Almost every known dealer has a silver 92 in stock and most have the silver 99 is stock too. I could find only four/five dealers in one of Karachi's main guns market (Lucky Star) who had the 92 in black in stock of which only one was with rails (at Tayabally). Only three had the 99 in black and they too had only one to two pieces in stock.

So I guess, finding one would be pretty difficult, but not impossible. In Lahore, I reckon, you'll find it easier.

MKKD
24-04-2010, 12:48 AM
SA sahab, I researched the Peshawar market today... and you're right, many have the silver PT99 and few have it in black. But they are available. One dealer has committed to get a black piece for me in the coming week so "all will be well" I hope. Since you've surveyed the market could you please share whether the black PT99 is cheaper than the silver one?

Salahuddin Ayubi
24-04-2010, 11:54 AM
It's generally even. However, at some dealers I observed the Silver ones to be a tad cheaper (say 1k to 2k)

MKKD
24-04-2010, 12:49 PM
Really! the silver ones cheaper... ok thats news to me. Thank you SA.

MKKD
19-05-2010, 03:03 PM
SA saaaab, the black PT99 is indeed a hard find. Been over a month and no one in Peshawar has it!!

Salahuddin Ayubi
19-05-2010, 03:18 PM
Try Lahore. Chances of finding one there will be much higher.

MKKD
20-05-2010, 02:42 AM
Sir jee how will I bring it all the way to Peshawar without an MOI license??

ARlover
20-05-2010, 03:23 AM
pt 99 is best ever hand gun

Salahuddin Ayubi
20-05-2010, 11:22 AM
Sir jee how will I bring it all the way to Peshawar without an MOI license??

Hmmm. Musla hay. Can't we have a Lahore dealer have it delivered to another dealer in Peshawar ?

MKKD
20-05-2010, 03:09 PM
Well in order to know this I'll first need to find one in Lahore and then ask the dealer whether he can deliver it to Peshawar. The problem is that these dealers seldom go through the trouble for just one piece. Let's see...

Salahuddin Ayubi
20-05-2010, 03:14 PM
Try Ehsan Sb at PARA and give him PG's reference.

Maybe a Lahore brother can help out here with his own reference.

ARlover
20-05-2010, 08:15 PM
black pt 99 is available at saikh saleem ali shop mall road lahore . para have 92 &99 in silver with rails

MKKD
21-05-2010, 12:18 PM
Thats great. Thank you SA and ARlover...

@ARlover: Can you please share the phone number of shaikh saleem ali...

RazaRajpoot
27-05-2010, 02:54 PM
Asslam-o-Alikum plz expert guide me about taurus pt 911 pistol i want to purchase it or not

Syed Adeel
01-06-2010, 01:26 PM
I need to contact Gilani Sahab of Mangla. I'll be grateful if someone provides me with his phone number or email address and if Gilani sahab you happen to read it please respond sir. My email is lipizzanar@gmail.com

Salahuddin Ayubi
01-06-2010, 01:40 PM
I need to contact Gilani Sahab of Mangla. I'll be grateful if someone provides me with his phone number or email address and if Gilani sahab you happen to read it please respond sir. My email is lipizzanar@gmail.com

Sharing contact numbers over the forum is not allowed as per rules. I'll forward your query to him.

Syed Adeel
01-06-2010, 03:02 PM
Thanks Salahuddin Sahab for your prompt response sir. Be blessed and stay happy:)

Gilani
01-06-2010, 06:22 PM
Syed Adeel sahib, please see your email :)

Syed Adeel
02-06-2010, 12:12 PM
I have seen, read and happily replied in detail sir Gilani. I am amazed and so happy for having a sense that this really is a community and respected members feel themselves under a moral responsibility to extend a fair helping hand to each other. Long Live PAKGUNS and all your members. :)

Syed Adeel
02-06-2010, 12:14 PM
Don't want to forget saying thank you to Salahuddin sahib for his kind moderation..

Syed Adeel
08-06-2010, 11:34 AM
My question, generally is to all respected PG members and specifically to Gilani sb.

While talking of accuracy we heard much about slide to barrel / barrel to slide fit. It a little bit amazes me or makes me wonder to a certain extent as to how come the somewhat unconventional barrel to slide /slide to barrel design of Handguns like Beretta, Taurus PT92 / 99 make them so accurate. To my very humble observation and knowledge(Though I'm convinced for their accuracy and intend to buy PT/99) most part of the barrels of these handguns appears open, uncovered and enclosed / packed only near the rear sight and the muzzle, which makes me a little suspicious that these guns would start rattling(become loose and sound chhan, chhan) and lose accuracy with the passage of time.

Syed Adeel
08-06-2010, 12:00 PM
Secondly if some alteration is done by the company specially in the trigger guard of PT92/99(and in almost all trigger guards which are oval type) and make it like that of Glocks(Straight from bottom with a little recession where the middle finger wraps its way around the grip) it will further enhance the good grip of a large frame handgun like these. As when you bring your support hand and wrap it arround, its index finger would feel better being under a straight trigger guard bottom than an oval one. Thus the entire grip and stability will be enhanced and result in an added accuracy. As gun ergonomics are highly likely to increase its primary objective, which is to launch a bullet at an intended area of the target (if not in self defense where your primary concern is to stop the approaching threat and may be done with HP bullets and many shots) but chiefly for target shooting.. because PT 92/99 are unanimously agreed upon by many expert members as better more for target shooting than HD/SD (Which even can be done when needed with these guns)

Mani
13-06-2010, 01:02 AM
salam,
brothers whats the current price TAURUS PT-99AS Balck with rail in karachi !!!!!

Gilani
13-06-2010, 07:46 AM
Adeel sahib,

- Slide to frame fitting is the fitting of the slide (which contains barrel, recoil rod, spring, firing pin, ejector, extractor etc) with the frame (lower portion of the handgun which houses trigger, hammer assemblies, magazine etc). The open barrel design of Beretta 92 does not effect the slide to frame fitting as such, however, it does expose the barrel dust etc.

- Regarding the shape of trigger guard, I think that PT99 guard is ok (in my personal preference). However, such things are really a matter of personal preference. They effect certain shooters but do not effect the others. Shooters who feel uncomfortable with a roundish trigger guard may not buy that gun.

- Taurus PT 92/99 is basically not a range gun or match pistol. It's a combat pistol. Many of us use it on the range because it is quite accurate and does the job almost as well as many high end match pistols. However, the basic purpose of this handgun is combat, HD / SD and in my view, it is one of the best HD/SD pistols available in the market nowadays.

regards

Syed Adeel
14-06-2010, 03:38 PM
Gilani Sahib,

Does the silver change its colour after excessive firing in PT 92/99 or it remains the same? And sir the pistols available in market are of which years make? Lastly, how is the sound of these guns? Is the sound equivalent to its large frame persona. Mostly 9 MM being not that powerful cartridge as others, makes kind of a less blast. I think in pistols where the barrel is rotating type the sound is lesser as compared to others which will not be the case here in PT 92/99. You can be a better judge of it having fired many handguns.. :)

Syed Adeel
14-06-2010, 03:43 PM
I wish I could fire a PT 99 with YOU :)

Gilani
14-06-2010, 04:17 PM
Adeel sahib,
- SS finish normally has more life than blued finish. Quality of finish on PT99 is fairly good. Cant really sat that for how long it will last. Would depend a lot on use, care etc. BTW, are you talking about frame or slide because finish on both is different.

- About the sound, frankly telling you, I have never really bothered to analyse it minutely because it does not make any difference to the functioning of the gun. So wont be able to give you any sure answer.

- About the year of manufacture, it would differ from stock to stock available with different dealer. Cant be a standard thing all over Pakistan. A dealer would be able to answer it better.

- About the difference in rotating barrel and other types of pistols, I am really not aware if it can make any difference in sound. All I can say is that sound produced by a weapon has hardly any connection with type of mechanism, ie, modified Browning , rotating barrel, blow back etc. Others may be able to answer it better.

- With 32,000 to 35,000 lb psi with standard ammo, 9 mm, in my view is quite a potent pistol round so I won't call it a weak round. .22 LR, .25 ACP, .30 ACP, .380 ACP etc can be termed as weak rounds.

regards and happy buying.

Mani
15-06-2010, 12:29 AM
salam,
brothers whats the current price PT-99AS Balck with rail in karachi???

Salahuddin Ayubi
15-06-2010, 10:16 AM
@ Mani,

Between 55k and 60k depending IF you find one in black (very difficult).

Syed Adeel
15-06-2010, 11:19 AM
Gilani sahib,

Can we bargain on price to be lowered if the stock of a handgun is old and is the dealer likely to lower the price on this plea, if it is a valid plea at all..The safety of PT 99 as I have seen on its latest model on net is mounted on frame instead of slide.. will there be these things and rails for laser sight mounting on PT 99 at PARA sir?

Regards

noumanzaidi
15-06-2010, 12:24 PM
really wonderful guns both of them..

Mani
16-06-2010, 12:59 AM
thanx SA !
INSHALLA i found its black pt-99 :)

Mangloo Ramzani
10-08-2010, 08:22 PM
I think I'll post the pics of SA's PT92 here!! ;)

http://i791.photobucket.com/albums/yy197/Mangloo/Handgun%20Pics/DSC_7513.jpg
http://i791.photobucket.com/albums/yy197/Mangloo/Handgun%20Pics/DSC_7512.jpg

I shot with this gun a few days back, and what a pleasure it was! My second time with this gun and I managed to score more than 80% from 25m!

Mani
10-08-2010, 08:43 PM
Ramzani Bro. nice pic :P

Gilani
10-08-2010, 08:43 PM
Wonderful photography MR. Which camera?

Mangloo Ramzani
10-08-2010, 10:53 PM
@ Mani:
Thanks Bro! :)

@ Gilani:
Thankyou sir! The Camera is Nikon D40X DSLR with standard lens.

Aquarius
10-08-2010, 11:58 PM
Nice pictures.

Denovo87
11-08-2010, 12:24 AM
Beautiful photography Mangloo bro, since you already mentioned the camera used can I ask about another thing used???

Bhai Kapra kitna laga hay? :lol: :lol:

Dr Zakir
11-08-2010, 12:42 AM
Ha ha ha ......

MianTaimur
11-08-2010, 12:52 AM
@ MR

Have gone through diffrent threads, where you have posted pictures.

Amazing photography sir !

It is safe to say that both your shooting skills are excellent :)

Syed Adeel
11-08-2010, 04:13 PM
Mangloo sahib beautiful pics sir...

SA sahib beautiful gun sir......

Mangloo Ramzani
11-08-2010, 04:53 PM
@ All:
Thank you all for your appreciative comments!

@ Denovo:
Specially bought it for the shoot, 'aik gaz 100 rupay ka' ;)

@ MainTaimur:
Sir, I dont know if its safe, but I'm working on them! ;) :lol:

ACHILLES
12-08-2010, 12:35 AM
@Mangloo Ramzani
Nice bro.

ACHILLES
12-08-2010, 12:36 AM
My choice would be Pt 99.

miki
06-11-2010, 09:45 AM
pt 92AF is in blue steel (black) & 92afs is stainless (silver),

according to my personal experiance 92AF in black is better it would not get any type of scrach marks as 92 AFS would have in 2 months & this is the only reason that the taurus in black is 4k expensive then the AFS.

62 000

s.cheema
06-11-2010, 11:20 AM
doesnt the blued finish get damaged after a while unlike the stainless finish

Silent killerr
06-11-2010, 03:24 PM
according to my knowledge blued finish is more scratch catcher than Silver.

Silent killerr
24-11-2010, 05:57 AM
This thread is not related to CZ, so please ask your question in relevant thread

arfat110
24-11-2010, 11:33 AM
winner is PT 99

Rizshu
30-11-2010, 09:59 PM
any one can tell me what will be the price for used PT-92 in karachi, and from which dealer it can be get?

assad ahmad nawab
04-03-2011, 06:18 PM
http://s1083.photobucket.com/albums/j397/assadahmad/?action=view&current=DSC04331.jpg

Furrukh
04-03-2011, 07:06 PM
any one can tell me what will be the price for used PT-92 in karachi, and from which dealer it can be get?

65k, from Ammar Traders at Lucky Star.

s.cheema
05-03-2011, 07:26 AM
65k for a used gun???

stoeger
05-03-2011, 12:09 PM
dear brothers i wanted to know the current price of taurus pt 99 and pt 92 black in karachi market. thanks.

Furrukh
07-03-2011, 10:07 PM
dear brothers i wanted to know the current price of taurus pt 99 and pt 92 black in karachi market. thanks.

Asking price is 65k for the PT 99 - Silver. Guess the 92 would be a bit cheaper than that.

Furrukh
07-03-2011, 10:08 PM
65k for a used gun???

LOL ! No bro, brand new

Furrukh
07-03-2011, 10:09 PM
Visit Ammar and Pioneer Arms to buy the PT 99 / 92 Rizshu

fzawan
16-03-2011, 07:51 PM
salam seniors ,
yr im in little problem i buy 2 cf98 2 weeks before one 4 carry in car and one 4 at home , recently we shift in little dangerous area where almost people have weapons 4 home defence and some times when they feel un security they fire in air . i also fire cf98 but its bang is not gud(Baby bang) not like the great bang of others hand guns in area
i like taurus 92 and 99 very much but due to budget problem i buy 2 cf98 , can any senior tell me how about the bang of 92 and 99 , my personal veiw is that 9mm voice is little low frm 30 bore but my cf98 is so much loser in bang ,
one of my neighbour have breitta shape gun i dont know it is taurus , breitta or ani colone but his gun bangs in gud manner like 30 bore

fzawan
16-03-2011, 07:53 PM
thanks in advance
if u people suggest me that taurus is helpul and fulfil my need then i change one cf98 and take a taurus

regards

AK47
16-03-2011, 08:37 PM
thanks in advance
if u people suggest me that taurus is helpul and fulfil my need then i change one cf98 and take a taurus

regards

Wear ear-mufflers whenever you fire a gun, and also when ignorant neighbors fire their guns, in the manner that you mentioned. This can be harmful to your own self, and do not indulge in aerial shooting, it's more dangerous than you may know.

We do not give reviews here on the bigger bangs. Generally, you'll have to protect your ears more, when firing shorter barreled handguns, so it's wrong that the 5" barreled Beretta's bang is louder than your CF-98's! This is your misconception.

Sound of firing is ammunition related, not handgun model related, else than shorter/longer barrels.


Regards.

assad ahmad nawab
16-03-2011, 10:51 PM
salam seniors ,
yr im in little problem i buy 2 cf98 2 weeks before one 4 carry in car and one 4 at home , recently we shift in little dangerous area where almost people have weapons 4 home defence and some times when they feel un security they fire in air . i also fire cf98 but its bang is not gud(Baby bang) not like the great bang of others hand guns in area
i like taurus 92 and 99 very much but due to budget problem i buy 2 cf98 , can any senior tell me how about the bang of 92 and 99 , my personal veiw is that 9mm voice is little low frm 30 bore but my cf98 is so much loser in bang ,
one of my neighbour have breitta shape gun i dont know it is taurus , breitta or ani colone but his gun bangs in gud manner like 30 bore

brother yes 30 bore has got more bang than 9mm, but you want to change a gun because u need more bang??
+1 Ak 47, all that bang thing depends on the ammo . not on the gun
we really condemn on aieral firing

Dr Zakir
16-03-2011, 10:57 PM
Ariel firing can cause injury and even fatality to an innocent bystander .Ariel firing should not be done .
For bang get a .357 magnum

Zaheer
16-03-2011, 11:18 PM
For Bang use something else not guns if you want a bigger bang and we Condemn Aerial firing as its very very dangerous Bro.

fzawan
17-03-2011, 02:06 AM
ani one there frm seniors ?

AK47
17-03-2011, 08:59 AM
ani one there frm seniors ?

Brother, seniors here do not advise on loudest aerial firing. Check above posts.

Regards.

HussainAli
17-03-2011, 09:55 AM
For Bang use something else not guns if you want a bigger bang and we Condemn Aerial firing as its very very dangerous Bro.

Fzawan Bro, Like Zaheer Bro said, you should really think of something alse "Like Fire Craker: or something for Just a Loud Sound and "NO Aerial Firing" for God Sake its harmfull for you, your family & others, it may cause much damage then one can think off.......

And related to your re-question for Advice from Senior Member, belive me few of comments below are from Very Senior & respactful member, and as AK 47 Bro said Seniors might not light /comment of Loud Bang.

Lastly I will again repeat myself use some other means to perform Loud Bang but protect yourself & your ears and yes not to forget protection of Family & childrens.........

Humble Regards & Requstes....

daghalodi
16-04-2011, 06:29 PM
Well according to the senior its okay if we purchase a Stainless Silver (SS) pt92 or a pt 99 over a black or is it just a personal likness? I like the silver look on pt99 so i just wanted to be sure if its okay?

Rizshu
16-04-2011, 07:18 PM
@fzawan bro
which ammo you are using in your cf?

Ap@ch3
19-04-2011, 09:50 PM
@ fzawan, bro use +P ammo if your gun supports the same...
@daghalodi, i have a silver PT99 which i bought for both the looks and secondly the SS finish is more durable than the black given you dont drop it or put it in a roughly made holster regularly ....

daghalodi
22-04-2011, 11:48 AM
Thank you!

Do you think the black one shows signs of wear on the lacerations?

harisnaeem
03-05-2011, 12:41 PM
yes daghalodi I have seen black ones, they tend to lose their finish after a period of time, and actually start to look bad. and plus a little mishandling of black one and you will put a prominent scratch on it

Uzair baloch
20-12-2011, 07:31 PM
salam i wanted to ask whether pt 92 was available with a tactical rail in karachi ? and do the dealers charge more price for the tactical rail ? as they certainly do for the "black" color

awaiting response
regards

Denovo87
20-12-2011, 09:13 PM
salam i wanted to ask whether pt 92 was available with a tactical rail in karachi ? and do the dealers charge more price for the tactical rail ? as they certainly do for the "black" color

awaiting response
regards

Dont know abut availability in Karachi but know for sure that anything you ask specifically to a dealer will be expensive than the one you are not interested in ;)

fezan
31-12-2011, 02:35 AM
Dear members, i request your guidance on current price of PT 92 and PT 99 in ISB/RWP market. I would really be grateful for prompt responses as tomorrow i am planning to buy one. So far i have been quoted 72k for PT 99 NIB..

Second question, it might sound silly, but can we compare taurus 92/99 models with original beretta production?

Kamranwali
31-12-2011, 10:08 AM
Dear members, i request your guidance on current price of PT 92 and PT 99 in ISB/RWP market. I would really be grateful for prompt responses as tomorrow i am planning to buy one. So far i have been quoted 72k for PT 99 NIB..

Second question, it might sound silly, but can we compare taurus 92/99 models with original beretta production?

Salam All,
@fezan, bro yes we can compare them as basically they are the same gun. The taurus 92/99 are the best guns in the Taurus Arsenal, and are the basis of their popularity in semi auto handguns.

Regards.

fezan
31-12-2011, 11:50 AM
Any help on prices ?

Furrukh
31-12-2011, 04:18 PM
Thank you!

Do you think the black one shows signs of wear on the lacerations?

No such personal experiences. Just keep a slim layer of gun oil on the body when in storage and when in regular use just spray brunox on it, leave it for 15 mins and wipe clean

Furrukh
31-12-2011, 04:19 PM
@ fzawan, bro use +P ammo if your gun supports the same...
@daghalodi, i have a silver PT99 which i bought for both the looks and secondly the SS finish is more durable than the black given you dont drop it or put it in a roughly made holster regularly ....

Adeel the instructions manual discourages the use of +P ammo..

Furrukh
31-12-2011, 04:22 PM
Dear members, i request your guidance on current price of PT 92 and PT 99 in ISB/RWP market. I would really be grateful for prompt responses as tomorrow i am planning to buy one. So far i have been quoted 72k for PT 99 NIB..

Second question, it might sound silly, but can we compare taurus 92/99 models with original beretta production?

The lowest price I was quoted was 64k for Taurus PT 92 / 99. But that dealer is a good friend, normal minimum rates in Karachi are around 68k and our Karachi market is higher than ISB market so you should negotiate with your dealer further.

Secondly the Taurus PT 92/99 is a solid beretta clone with an addition of slide lock, so go for it.

Birdshooter007
31-12-2011, 04:56 PM
..... and our Karachi market is higher than ISB market so you should negotiate with your dealer further......
I think you should write Karachi market is higher than RWP/PEW/LHE market. Islamabadi dealers are the worst to deal with, and prices are too steep (50-100)% more than Lahore.

Furrukh
31-12-2011, 05:39 PM
I think you should write Karachi market is higher than RWP/PEW/LHE market. Islamabadi dealers are the worst to deal with, and prices are too steep (50-100)% more than Lahore.

Atleast ISB gunner have the option of driving to RWP for better rates but KHI gunners are mostly disadvataged when it comes to prices.

fezan
01-01-2012, 06:08 PM
The lowest price I was quoted was 64k for Taurus PT 92 / 99. But that dealer is a good friend, normal minimum rates in Karachi are around 68k and our Karachi market is higher than ISB market so you should negotiate with your dealer further.

Secondly the Taurus PT 92/99 is a solid beretta clone with an addition of slide lock, so go for it.

Thank you very much Farruk for you help, I really appreciate. I got one yesterday from RWP, PT99 in black with rails. Price paid is 66k.

fezan
01-01-2012, 06:10 PM
I think you should write Karachi market is higher than RWP/PEW/LHE market. Islamabadi dealers are the worst to deal with, and prices are too steep (50-100)% more than Lahore.

Very well said Chauhadry.. +1

Furrukh
01-01-2012, 08:25 PM
Thank you very much Farruk for you help, I really appreciate. I got one yesterday from RWP, PT99 in black with rails. Price paid is 66k.

Good choice, good deal. Congratulations. Please share the date and year of manufacturring. You can locate that on the bar code stuck on the box....

fezan
06-01-2012, 10:01 AM
Good choice, good deal. Congratulations. Please share the date and year of manufacturring. You can locate that on the bar code stuck on the box....

Sorry Farrukh for replying late, I was out of town. It is 03/2011.

Furrukh
06-01-2012, 10:04 PM
Sorry Farrukh for replying late, I was out of town. It is 03/2011.

Good going.

fezan
06-01-2012, 10:10 PM
Good going.

Thanks alot .. I have plans to buy two more Taurus products, 1911 & .357 mag revolver 4 inch barrel. What u say?

Furrukh
07-01-2012, 12:20 AM
Thanks alot .. I have plans to buy two more Taurus products, 1911 & .357 mag revolver 4 inch barrel. What u say?

1911 is a complete different ball game. If you're new gunner than stay on 9mm for a bit then gradually go to 1911. Taurus 1911 is a solid katta. BTW would also recommend CZ if budget allows...

fezan
07-01-2012, 06:48 PM
1911 is a complete different ball game. If you're new gunner than stay on 9mm for a bit then gradually go to 1911. Taurus 1911 is a solid katta. BTW would also recommend CZ if budget allows...
Well it’s a bit tricky statement :) and leaves me with couple of questions which I would like to ask..
1. How would i know that I am a new gunner or experienced enough to handle a .45 monster. If it is related to the number of bullets fired, weapon handling and safety then i do have some experience. But what will be the criteria you define?
2. Solid Katta? why would you use this term for 1911?
3. What is price range of CZ product line in similar category. I though is more or less the same like Taurus..

Also I would be grateful if you can give me an idea of price of 1911. And hope you will clear my confusions.

Kamranwali
07-01-2012, 11:47 PM
Salam All,
Contrary to popular belief, the 1911 or .45 calibre, is NOT A CANON. :D The .45 might push a lttle more, but its nothing that can't be handled. Whatever weapon you have, you have to PRACTICE, and there's no way around that part.

The option in CZ would be the CZ97, which IMHO, is a better weapon to have than a 1911 in Pakistan. The reason for this is that a 1911 needs more love( and a few parts now and then :) ). The only reason for choosing a 1911 would be if it fits your hands better than a CZ97 due to your hand shape and size. But thats just my opinion, other's may differ.

Price, I have no idea and you should ask in the want to buy, or market price thread.

I couldn't help myself so I replied :) as we are PRETTY off topic.

fezan
08-01-2012, 02:58 AM
Thank you very much Kamran wali for your guidance :)

Furrukh
10-01-2012, 10:22 PM
Well it’s a bit tricky statement :) and leaves me with couple of questions which I would like to ask..

1. How would i know that I am a new gunner or experienced enough to handle a .45 monster. If it is related to the number of bullets fired, weapon handling and safety then i do have some experience. But what will be the criteria you define?
2. Solid Katta? why would you use this term for 1911?
3. What is price range of CZ product line in similar category. I though is more or less the same like Taurus..

Also I would be grateful if you can give me an idea of price of 1911. And hope you will clear my confusions.

Lets take Taurus 1911 as an example:

1) .45 cap is a difficult weapon to handle in terms of recoil and you need to have perfect gripping and recoil control to be accurate. Plus the ammo capacity in a 1911 is around 8 rounds as compared to a 15 round in a 9mm thus you have fewer chances to ht and miss a target with a .45

2) I sometimes like to use the desi slang for a handgun, Katta, lolzz

3) CZ Shadow 9mm is around 30k expensive than a Taurus 1911, just because CZ is a class of its own. Taurus 1911 is around 100k in Karachi. I do not know the price range of .45 cap CZ line of products though

4) It is an expensive callibre to practice with as an average .45 cap round is around 95 rupees as compared to 42 rupees for chinese 9mm.

5) .45 is a more potent round with higher stopping power than a 9mm

Ap@ch3
24-02-2012, 09:14 PM
Furrukh, i think i have seen this signature somewhere :D

KHAN 1
26-02-2012, 10:39 PM
Current rate in karachi for pt92/99 is 73k, The black is a bit cheaper than SS

Birdshooter007
19-03-2012, 09:58 PM
What's the current price of PT92 in SS in LHE? In Pindi a dealer had it for 70k, another for 75k (both black).

Asif Jhammat
11-05-2012, 10:31 PM
i was real fan of 92 but i purchased now pt99 and i m really changed in my openion....pt99 is far more better than pt92,,,,due to sights and 17 round mag

KHAN 1
13-06-2012, 12:26 PM
some one tell me about the hammer of pt92 when i take down the hammer with my thumb and press the triger my thumb on hammer than some time the hammer going directly move to fire pin and some time cant move than i press triger again than move so what the feature.

HussainAli
14-06-2012, 12:00 PM
some one tell me about the hammer of pt92 when i take down the hammer with my thumb and press the triger my thumb on hammer than some time the hammer going directly move to fire pin and some time cant move than i press triger again than move so what the feature.


Dear Khan Bro, Can you explain a bit more or post some pictures as I fail o understands, you find your Hammer or Firepin to have issue ?

Regards...

KHAN 1
14-06-2012, 09:06 PM
dear i visit a dealer today he tell me this is ok no problem with this weapon he said when i put thumb on hammer my putting style is wrong the weopen is ok and pt92 is good gun so i surtisfied now