MODEL 92G ELITE IA (BRIGADIER)
- 9mm Para. cal., similar to Model 92FS Brigadier, except has 4.7 in. stainless barrel and many standard I.D.P.A. competition features including front and rear serrated slide, skeletonized hammer, and removable 3 dot sighting system, plastic grips, includes Elite engraving on slide, 35.3 oz. New 1999.
MODEL 92F & 92FS CENTURION
- similar to Model 92F, except has compact barrel slide unit with full size frame, 4.3 in. barrel, choice of plastic or wood grips, 3 dot sight system, same length as Model 92F Compact, 10 (C/B 1994) or 15* shot mag., 33.2 oz. Mfg
MODEL 92F & 92FS
- 9mm Para. cal., official U.S. military variation of 92 Series, 4.9 in. barrel, alloy frame, steel slide, 10 (C/B 1994) or 15* shot mag., chamber loaded indicator, matte black Bruniton or olive drab (new 2004) finish, squared off trigger guard to facilitate two-hand shooting, extended mag. base, choice of regular or 3 dot sights (new 1991), approx 34 1/2 oz. Model 92F-P has plastic grips. Model 92F-W has wood grips. New 1984.
MODEL 92FS BRIGADIER
- similar to the Model 92FS, except has heavier slide to reduce felt recoil, wraparound rubber grips, and 3 dot sights, 35.3 oz. New 1999.
The goal of all hunters is a quick, humane kill where the animal drops in it's tracks and is dead within seconds. But in a pursuit that has as many variables as hunting, sometimes things don't quite go according to plan. However, game can be tracked and recovered with the right skills and with patience.
First of all, you need to wait the right amount of time after the shot before tracking a wounded animal. I've heard estimates of waiting 30 minutes for a hit in the vitals and 5-8 hours for a...