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Old-School Carry Gun – The Beretta 84F

Old-School Carry Gun – The Beretta 84F

The Beretta 84F was one of the best choices for a concealable carry gun back in the 1980s and early 1990s. It’s big for a modern .380 ACP, but that means it is eminently shootable.

In the era of cutting edge, tiny, feather-light polymer-framed striker-fired pocket pistols, the Beretta 84F is a dinosaur. By the standards of modern 9mm pocket guns it is big…and it’s a .380 ACP. But it and numerous variations of this pistol (collectively known to most as the Beretta Cheetahs) were hugely popular around the world, and sold for over 40 years. I own a Beretta 84F, and lately have been keeping it keeping it handy during my workouts, so don’t think this design is ineffective, it’s just…old-fashioned.

In construction and appearance, the Cheetahs are basically reduced-in-size versions of the famed Beretta 92, available in various...

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