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Beretta .380

Discussion in 'Beretta Club' started by txeagle, Dec 8, 2012.

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  1. txeagle

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    Any Beretta .380 enthusiasts here? I have one and love it. Handles like a dream and totally reliable.
     
  2. mc1911

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    Hven't got to try mine yet. I like the slimness, the sights and the DAO action.
     

  3. mc1911

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    Shot mine today at a very windy cold outdoor range.

    I shot blazer aluminum case,magtec jhp and remington fmc. 100% functioning.

    I kept them on a 10 inch target at 25 yards while freezing and being blown around by the wind.

    I hope spring shows up early.
     
  4. bac1023

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    I have an 85BB. Its a nice pistol.
     
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    Which .380? Beretta made a few, some vastly different than others.
     
  6. bac1023

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    True, Bucky

    I know I'm not impressed with the Pico at all.
     
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    I bought my Beretta 84 in 1980... Has remained my favorite handgun of all times. My newer Beretta Storm compact and 92 just aren't quite as sexy but it is the reason I have stayed with Beretta ... Stopped carrying it when I moved to Alaska and needed to think bigger... now it's a 10mmm or a .41 mag.. If you try one... you'll definitely want to own one
     
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    Yes I guess you can say I am. I only have one Beretta and its a 380ACP. Its the 85F. Its nicked has wood grips & made in Italy. It is one sweet gun for sure. I got it for the wife at first but I really like it. You rarely see the 85F you see mostly the 84F. They are different because the 85F is a s/stack 8+1 round & the 84F is a DDL/stack 13+1 round. What makes the 85F so good(IMO) is that it is so thin & easy to carry. I even carried it for a back up. May I ask what Beretta 380 do you have? Thank you.
     
  9. acdodd

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    I have a Beretta 85F.
    Bought it from my BIL for $325.
    Has maybe a box of ammo run thru it and no wear.
    I've had several people try to buy it from me but I'll hang onto it.

    I need to pay attention to the post dates on these threads.
    Didn't realize just how old the thread is.