looks like a sig possibly a 226 ? maybe a 220
Yup... well... kinda joint... joint with ISF and our boyz providing oversight.I am going with a SIG...Is that a joint Op?
Yeah, we used to go out with 2 Chinooks and come back with them packed full of guys wearing black sacks on their heads. You have to be careful with those joint ISF missions, we had 2 seperate "Negligent Discharges" of an RPG at Apaches. At least that is what the guy shooting the RPG told us.Yup... well... kinda joint... joint with ISF and our boyz providing oversight.I am going with a SIG...Is that a joint Op?
They go out at night and bring back known bad guys.
I'm inclined to agree with P226, but the Glock argument posted by NY is also solid. I dunno, but it has made for interesting dialogue.Definitely a Sig backstrap. Too fat to be a 220, and too big to be a P229, so I'd say P226. Most likely in 9mm since he's toting an MP5. Looks to have tritiums rear sights as if the only time you'd see them w/o tritiums is at a US gunstore.
If I screwed that pooch ID the gun, I won't screw the next when I'd say that they are inside of a CH-53(D or E or whatever) Sea Stallion. ;D
***Edited to add*** Beretta M9A1. 92/96 are fat guns. I didn't realize Berreta put horizontal serrations on the "A1" M9's.