Factory Beretta mags. If you need hi-caps (15 rounders) expect to pay $70 or so.
After market mags are okay to use for the range, but for serious purpose I recommend ONLY the Beretta mags... NO aftermarket ones.
And the answer is NO.
Even though the LEO's I have talked to could care less. It only takes one hard ass to bust your ass.
I'm friends with the Sheriff in my area well enough to offer him a couple Leo mags a couple of years ago. His department doesn't use 92's.
Your opinion is appreciated. Much Thanks.
Unless you ARE a Leo you've got no business with Leo mags.
This is, of course, stupid.
But, the markings on the side usually read "For Law Enforcement or Military Use Only".
Hopefully this September those mags will become relics of a politically sick age.
They're sure not going to be in MY personal museum, however.
Taurus mags will work O.K., since they're made on actual, though aging, Beretta machinery.
I'd still prefer factory Beretta.
Pretty much the same with 30+ rounders, actually.
It's tough to find them for the Beretta, anyhow, unless you manage to find some for the M-93 automatic version.
In the end it's just find the magazine that works best in your gun, I guess, and remember that you can always replace the aftermarket followers with genuine Beretta ones; sometimes this helps things tremendously.