I'm a Glock shooter for the most part, but I have a friend who shoots a Beretta 92. I'm not familiar with the procedure for malfunction drills with this firearm. I'm sure you military guys could educate me. JOAT, do you have any suggestions?
My friend is getting type 1 and 3 malfunctions bad. He's a new shooter and is limp wristing it. Anyway, I've done what I can to correct that problem, but I want to be able to correctly explain the clearing procedure when it occurs. I assume similar to the Glock, but racking the slide cannot happen in the same way because of the safety mounted on the slide. I was taught not to "slingshot" the slide, but when I do the Glock method "rack" from the top it activates the stupid safety half the time on the Beretta. Anyway, all this to say that I would like info on proper manipulation of the Beretta while performing malfunction drills.