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Old 07-27-2013, 10:29 PM   #1
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Default 92FS, should I get one, how much barely used?

I was thinking of buying a barely used 92FS, Italian made, and was wondering if I should or not. How reliable are these. What is a good price. This one only has about 200 rounds on it and comes with the original case and 4 mags 15 rounds each. Thanks for your input.
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Old 07-27-2013, 11:02 PM   #2
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I was thinking of buying a barely used 92FS, Italian made, and was wondering if I should or not. How reliable are these. What is a good price. This one only has about 200 rounds on it and comes with the original case and 4 mags 15 rounds each. Thanks for your input.
Nice, rugged pistol. Have no idea of price... maybe 500$ ?
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I have one and love it. Eats everything I feed it even reloads. 1500+ rounds not one problem. This is my home protection gun.

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They're so reliable I own two.

Never shot an auto-loader as dependable.

IME, it seems the cutaway on the slide

makes for a fool-proof ejection port.

Hmmmmn, Italian, go 550$, these are very

popular, and a solid firearms value.
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They are fine guns. Check Gunbroker sales for a fair price.
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Great guns. I've had mine for about 20 years now, no problems or issues of any kind. Just had it out to the range today, and had a great time with it. My wife loves the gun as well. It's the one she learned to shoot with.
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Stopped by an adoption shelter today, wrote a check for an adoption fee of $485 for a used Italian 92FS. Original box and two mags included.

Now just have to wait 48 hours to bring it home.

Spent an hour at the indoor range when I picked it up.
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Stopped by an adoption shelter today, wrote a check for an adoption fee of $485 for a used Italian 92FS. Original box and two mags included.

Now just have to wait 48 hours to bring it home.

Spent an hour at the indoor range when I picked it up.
That is what I paid for mine about 4 months ago used. I check my serial number and its about 10 years old.
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Love mine! Fantastic design and proven in basically any environment. Grip fits my hand well, and parts are easy to come by as are grips and things like that. It is my second favorite pistol after my Colt 1911.
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Beretta is the way to go

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