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Old 09-11-2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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I am going to buy a Stainless Berretta Model 92FS. What price range seems right for a used one.

This is the Pistol. I was going to pay $300.00

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Old 09-11-2009, 10:12 PM   #2
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$300 is a good price if the weapon is in decent condition.

Personally, I find the weapon a horrible choice, but that is me.

I would recommend taking a look at the rails that the slide will be "running" on. Frequently the tolerances from one side to the other, on a well shot Beretta, will differ greatly.

This was true on my personal Model 92F that I bought in the very early 90's and kept for 5 years.

There is an after market "P" shaped, drop in part that I would recommend to take some of the awful slack out of the trigger.

Good luck. I hope you get a good one.

JD

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$300 is half price what you should ecpect to pay for a new stainless 92fs.

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It is now mine. I went ahead and bought it.

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You got a great deal!! I dare anyone to find a beretta 92fs even in blue for that cheap online.

I have a beretta 92f myself and it's a great shooter.

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Going to be shooting it tomorrow. I qualified in the Marine as a Pistol Sharpshooter with the M9, basicly the same pistol so I should do alright.

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It is a top of the line 9mm pistol. The only problem i have with it is its bulkyness.

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Going to be shooting it tomorrow. I qualified in the Marine as a Pistol Sharpshooter with the M9, basicly the same pistol so I should do alright.
I think you should do great then!
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Good luck with that. Congrats on the good price. I too am seeking a 92 but in black finish.

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