A friend and myself went to the range this morning I brought my usual cast of characters my friend among other things brought his new Taurus PT 92 AF. The PT 92 gets mixed reviews and I seem to remember a recall but this one went bang and cycled every time for 400 plus rounds of Winchester 115 gr FMJ 9mm with factory mags and Mec-Gar 15 round mags. We stripped it down afterword and it cleaned up easy with no signs of odd wear. Like I said the PT 92 has reviews positive and negative but this one you could hit the target with no malfunctions. ............................ Taurus PT92 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A large contract for the Beretta 92 was with the Brazilian army, for which Beretta set up a factory in Brazil. This factory was later sold to the Brazilian gunmaker Taurus (Forjas Taurus S/A ). Taurus makes these pistols (called the PT92) without the need for a license from Beretta since their design is based on the original Beretta 92, whose patents have since expired. Like the Beretta, the Taurus PT92 utilizes the open-slide design where the upper portion of the slide is cut away exposing much of the barrel itself. The original PT92 was exactly like the original Beretta 92, though it was also unusual for the time in that it featured a squared trigger guard for supporting the index finger of the opposite hand while firing, a feature which was subsequently introduced to the Beretta 92 with the 92SB-F (92F) model in 1985. The Taurus PT92 is less expensive than the Beretta 92 in most cases.