Just because Beretta skipped SHOT Show this year doesn't mean they don't have some new pistols, including the M9A4 Centurion and 92X RDO Compact.
Beretta announced the latest version of the classic M9, the M9A4, last year, adding a factory red-dot cut and suppressor-ready barrel to a slim Vertec-series frame with 18+1 capacity flush-fit magazines. Expanding the line, the company this week lifted the curtain on the slightly shorter M9A4 Centurion. While still sporting the series' enhanced short-reset Xtreme Trigger System with DLC Coated fire control and a short-reset trigger and a “G” decock-only slide, the Centurion model is the same height as the full-sized M9A4 but runs about a half-inch shorter.
MSRP on the Beretta M9A4 Centurion is $1,099.
92X RDO Compact
As with the M9A4, Beretta introduced the optics-ready 92X RDO last year in a full-sized version and is now offering it in a shorter Compact variant as well. The 92X RDO Compact has a 4.25-inch barrel and 7.75-inch overall length as well as using a shorter grip frame, which gives it a shallower 15+1 capacity rather than the full sized pistol's 18+1.