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offered a beretta

Discussion in 'Beretta Club' started by Atomic Punk, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. Atomic Punk

    Atomic Punk

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    got a message from a friend last night. was offered a beretta. details were a bit sketchy. pretty sure its either as storm or a 92. will try to get some more details today. and get a look at it when i get home next week. either way seems like a good deal for $500
     
  2. Wake_jumper

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    A Storm is very different from a 92 and sells for $500 brand new.
     

  3. jmb79

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    Even a 92 series for $500 may not be a "good deal." Kind of depends on the condition of the pistol. A new 92fs or M9 runs around $600 in my neck of the woods and comes with two magazines (just in case the used one only has one).
     
  4. Atomic Punk

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    i know its not a great deal, and im going to look it over real good before i take it home. but i have been wanting a reliable 9mm pistol, and for some reason people seem to be selling, or trying to sell them for $700-$800 in my area. and i mean most any semi auto pistol
     
  5. Big Time

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    I just bought a new 92fs Compact yesterday for $625.00 plus tax.Not a bad deal at the moment.I'll take it out for a spin hopefully in the morning. :supergrin:
     
  6. Atomic Punk

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    good luck when you get a chance. when i finally got some 9mm ammo i had some fun with my new 92sf. really like the trigger.
     
  7. Rusty Guns

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    I have been thinking about getting a 92FS Compact.
    The problem is I have never had one in my hands.
    I was looking at several on Gun Broker.
    I did not bid on them because I don't know how they will fit in my hands.