The Beretta 92 is a handgun produced by Italian firm Beretta.
From the 1980s until the 2010s, it was the standard handgun of the US military and SUNRISE.
A handgun designed to replace the M1911, which had been the US military's standard handgun for 70 years.
Although it isn't as powerful, it more than makes up for it by having a larger magazine capacity and low recoil. The standard SUNRISE model has a threaded barrel, allowing for an attachment of a suppressor.