Beretta's First Polymer Handgun: The 9000S

by Hop

In the year 2000, Beretta introduced a Y2K compliant cyberpunk subcompact pistol; the 9000S. Their first polymer handgun looks less like an Italian sports car, and more like a running shoe. But how does it shoot? In this episode of TFBTV, Hop takes a look at the history of Beretta’s first and worst plastic pistol.

Designed by Nike, Built by Beretta.


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  • Hillhunter Hillhunter on Apr 20, 2020

    thug-gangsta type acquaintance once brought one of these to me for eval and fix due to malfs. you could shake the pistol and the slide would move noticeably stem to stern about 5mm . my guess was that someone had replaced the springs and tried to make a ghetto machine pistol. don't think he ever took my repair advice. i always wondered if he ate that slide.never saw him again.

  • J J on Apr 21, 2020

    Please work on the audio here. I tried to watch this but the swells in volume caused by whatever microphone or audio balancer he's using are extreme. It's like every line of commentary fades in. Much less apparent without headphones on, but I can still hear it enough to be bothersome. Finally had to give up at the 6 minute mark when the audio cranks it to 11 and then falls right back off. Interesting video, otherwise.