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October 8, 2006

A Beretta that doesn't require a license


From the website:

    Carry the Berreta M9 — Be Ready For Any Task, Anytime, Anywhere!

    Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta S.p.A., or simply “Beretta” to James Bond, “Q”, and other cognoscenti, is the world’s oldest industrial firm — after 480 years of continuous operation!

    And of course, Beretta is the world’s most respected gunmaker, in no small part due to the lethal and legendary M9, the 9mm semi-automatic pistol trusted by Special Forces commandos around the globe.

    The M9 Multi-Knife lives up to its namesake, with 9 useful implements that can help you out of a jam.

    Contained within the satin-polished stainless steel case: a 2-1/4” blade; saw; scissors; screwdriver/bottle opener; can opener; corkscrew; small screwdriver; #2 Phillips; and a leather punch.

    Flip out the knurled barrel and a brilliantly efficient LED automatically turns on to beam brightness into black holes!

    Includes fitted nylon belt sheath and spring-loaded clip.




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