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Pistol
7.65
Double Action (DA)
12
122mm ( 4.8in, 12.2cm )
35mm ( 1.38in, 3.5cm )
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24.16ozs ( 0.68kgs, 1.51lbs, 684.91gms )
172mm ( 6.77in, 17.2cm )
97mm ( 3.82in, 9.7cm )
3-dot Trijicon Night Sights

Identical to the 84 FS Cheetah model, the 81 FS uses a 7.65 mm caliber. Other features include, ambidextrous manual safety, disassembly latch, and chamber loaded indicator. This medium frame pistol delivers power in a personal size package and maintains the reliability, safety and performance features of Beretta’s
legendary 92 FS.

State Abbreviation Legality Source
Alaska Yes
  1. http://dps.alaska.gov/statewide/PermitsLicensing/firearm.aspx
  2. Most handguns are legal in Alaska.
Alabama Yes
  1. http://www.ago.state.al.us/Page-Alabama-Weapon-Law
  2. Most handguns are legal in this state.
Arkansas Yes
  1. http://asp.arkansas.gov/services-and-programs/detail/concealed-handgun-licensing
  2. Most handguns are legal in this state.
Arizona Yes
  1. http://www.azdps.gov/services/concealed_weapons/
  2. Most handguns are legal in this state.
California Yes
  1. http://www.calgunlaws.com/legal-resources/
  2. http://www.calgunlaws.com/legal-resources/
Colorado Yes
  1. https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/csp/colorado-gun-laws
  2. Most handguns are legal in this state.
Connecticut Yes
  1. http://www.ct.gov/despp/cwp/view.asp?a=4213&q=494616
  2. http://www.ct.gov/despp/cwp/view.asp?a=4213&q=494616
District of Columbia Unclear
Delaware Unclear
Florida Unclear
Georgia Unclear
Hawaii Yes
  1. http://www.shooting.org/gun_laws/Hawaii
  2. http://www.shooting.org/gun_laws/Hawaii
Iowa Unclear
Idaho Unclear
Illinois Unclear
Indiana Unclear
Kansas Unclear
Kentucky Unclear
Louisiana Unclear
Massachusetts Yes
  1. http://www.goal.org/masslawpages/masslawsfid.html
  2. 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44, Sections 921-929 and 27 CFR part 178
  3. http://www.goal.org/masslawpages/masslawsfid.html
  4. 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44, Sections 921-929 and 27 CFR part 178
Maryland Yes
  1. http://www.gunlawguide.com/Maryland.htm
  2. http://www.gunlawguide.com/Maryland.htm
Maine Unclear
Michigan Unclear
Minnesota Unclear
Missouri Unclear
Mississippi Unclear
Montana Unclear
North Carolina Unclear
North Dakota Unclear
Nebraska Unclear
New Hampshire Unclear
New Jersey Yes
  1. N.J.S.A. 2C:58-5(a) - Any person who desires to purchase, possess and carry a machine gun or assault firearm in this State may apply for a license to do so by filing in the Superior Court in the county in which he resides, or conducts his business if a nonresident, a written application setting forth in detail his reasons for desiring such a license.
  2. N.J.S.A. 2C:58-5(a) - Any person who desires to purchase, possess and carry a machine gun or assault firearm in this State may apply for a license to do so by filing in the Superior Court in the county in which he resides, or conducts his business if a nonresident, a written application setting forth in detail his reasons for desiring such a license.
New Mexico Unclear
Nevada Unclear
New York Yes
  1. N.Y. Penal Law §§ 265.02(2) and (3).
  2. N.Y. Penal Law §§ 265.02(2) and (3).
Ohio Unclear
Oklahoma Unclear
Oregon Unclear
Pennsylvania Unclear
Rhode Island Unclear
South Carolina Unclear
South Dakota Unclear
Tennessee Unclear
Texas Unclear
Utah Unclear
Virginia Unclear
Vermont Unclear
Washington Unclear
Wisconsin Unclear
West Virginia Unclear
Wyoming Unclear
 

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