I doubt it. The government hasn't released surplus handgun's in my lifetime. I do remember the DOJ was going to offer S&W 9MM's to DOJ LEO's as commemorative pistols when the S&W was dropped in favor of the Ruger P89. The offer was hastily withdrawn when the power's to be decided the liability was too great. Figure that one out.I don't really 'like' the beretta 92, but it's completely serviceable imo. It's kind of big for its caliber and capacity, but functionally it works. I'm mainly wondering if any military surplus berettas will hit the market the way LE surplus guns used to...
I love the 1911, but a more simple gun like the Sig (glock, M&P, etc) is probably a LOT easier to train a bunch of people on, at least to the "don't shoot yourself or your buddy with it" level of training....THEY WILL NEVER BE AS GOOD AS A 1911 was for all those years. Hell they should replace all the semiautos with a Smith model 66 or a 686.