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The Beretta 92FS, known by its Department of Defense designation of M9, is a very common civilian, law enforcement and military sidearm. It was developed in the 1980s and adopted in 1985 to replace the Colt M1911A1 as the standard sidearm of the US military.
The Beretta M9 featured in NMRiH is chambered in 9x19mm ammunition and stores 15 rounds per magazine.
The Beretta M9 can be used in conjunction with a maglite.