January 27, 2022
Beretta has announced the launch of an additional size configuration for the new M9A4 pistol family - the M9A4 Centurion. Launched in September of last year, the M9A4 blends the proven design of the M9 with modern features such as a red-dot optic ready slide and dovetailed tritium night sights for optimal sight options, a beveled magazine well, and a Beretta Vertec frame with included aggressively textured 92X-style thin grips that ensure a more natural fit for all shooters.
Proudly built in the USA, the new M9A4 is designed to be ideal for any tactical situation, including home and personal defense, tactical competitions, and duty carry in any condition.
The red-dot ready M9A4 features integral slide cuts to allow for the mounting of optional optic plate styles. Consumers can receive a free optic plate from Beretta upon the registration of their purchased firearm or purchase an additional one aftermarket. Shipping with blanking covers, the end-user is able to purchase one of five different plates that allow for mounting of all of the most popular optic variants on the market today.
The M9A4 features an enhanced short reset Xtreme Trigger System with DLC Coated fire control and a short reset trigger and a G decock-only slide befitting the combat-oriented pistol that this new model is based upon.
With aggressively texturized 92X-style thin grips, the M9A4 allows for instinctive control and pointing highly prized by tactical shooters and makes for consistent and accurate target acquisition. Wraparound grips are also included in the box to allow end-users to choose a grip that fits individual configuration and size preferences.
The beveled magazine well allows for quick magazine changes to be performed easily with one hand regardless of lighting conditions.
The M9A4 also features a removable front sight for tactical shooters who have a distinct preference in terms of sight picture, material, or construction. In addition, a variety of accessory options are possible thanks to the built-in 3-slot Picatinny rail located in front of the trigger guard, which enables the easy attachment of a variety of tactical lights, laser devices, and more.
The M9A4 comes with three 18-round, anti-friction coated magazines, with 10 and 15-round magazine capacity options available for capacity-limited states.
The Beretta M9A4 Centurion is now available for purchase in a wear-resistant FDE finish and retails for an MSRP of $1,099.
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