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Old 01-25-2013, 04:22 PM   #11
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By the way, $650 is a fair price for NIB Beretta 92/96. I believe Beretta's MSRP is just over $700. I paid $619 plus tax for my new M9 about a month ago (exact same as the 92FS, but with the military "M9" markings instead of "92FS" markings)

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My father in law just bought one. I loved shooting it.

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I just got my 92fs for $559+ tax love it

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I'm glad I bought the 92FS it seems I'm the only one at the range with a Beretta, I guess my spring is ready to be replaced have 2000 rounds and counting not one issue, not one! Love the gun looking at the PXstorm next. I paid $599 plus tax in Compliant state of NJ back in 2/13 haven't seen any since.

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My 92fs is dead nuts reliable, great range gun and a soft shooter. $650 is a decent price. I think I paid around $600 for mine. I also have the 92fs cousin the PX4 Storm and thats also a nice shooter. Bought the PX for the wifey, but really it was for me!

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By the way, $650 is a fair price for NIB Beretta 92/96. I believe Beretta's MSRP is just over $700. I paid $619 plus tax for my new M9 about a month ago (exact same as the 92FS, but with the military "M9" markings instead of "92FS" markings)
Just bought one - smooth trigger and built solid.
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Want some input on the 92FS? My dad just bought one new for $650. I told him to spend it on a high end Glock, M&P, or XDm but he decided he liked the Beretta.

What did y'all think of this gun?
My wife fell in love with the 92 a few months ago. The LGS had one we were gonna buy, I think for $550ish (used to be a rental). We went one day, it was gone. Found a Storm instead for I think a similar price, if memory serves. Left, came back a few hours later intending to buy it, and was of course gone. So instead we bought a full sized M&P in 9mm. She loves it now. Her only hesitation at first was that she wanted a thumb safety. But now she doesn't mind it, and sees the possible benefit to not having one. I liked her M&P so much that I decided to buy myself one in the compact, and my mother-in-law a full sized as well...

We'll prolly still get a Beretta someday tho.
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I bought my first 92FS in September of 2011 and paid $520. for it. How things have changed in a 24 months

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While most pistols will struggle to perform as well as a 92fs,

there are a very few which, overall, will perform better.

HK is one, and it's triple the price.

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