Still trying to figure how to date it as it is an Italian made 92F. For recent pistols this mark is usually located on the frame near the trigger guard, for older pistols, the mark is on the slide or on the frame behind the grip area.Shotguns have this mark stamped on the barrel near the chamber.You may need to remove the barrel to read the mark.On some older firearms, produced between 1925 to1954, the actual date was stamped instead of a code mark.They are not bad about giving you the info if you call them(so I've heard)so spend a few minutes on hold and find out for sure.Following the info on the sticky I found that my 92F is from 1988.
Also the Beretta 92 is accurate, even at long range.
The Beretta 92 and variants are used by the following actors in the following movies, TV series, anime, and video games: NOTE: In the past, the Beretta 92F and 92FS have often been misnamed on IMFDB as "M92F" (as this page was originally titled), "M92FS", or "92 FS" with a space in between the "92" and "FS".
These are incorrect names; the correct versions are "Beretta 92F" or "Beretta 92FS", as Beretta does not use the "M for Model" prefix on their weapons.
Frame is alloy like the standard FS models with a different finish.
NOTE: The Beretta 92FS Inox was first introduced in 1990, and was the very first pistol that Beretta ever offered with the stainless Inoxidizable finish.