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Old 11-03-2007, 03:01 PM   #1
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Does anybody have any experience with a Beretta Neo? They look a little toylike, but if they were good shooters.................



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Old 11-03-2007, 03:04 PM   #2
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Sorry, just noticed this was a long guns area. Please remove.



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Old 11-05-2007, 01:22 AM   #3
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I have a 6" model with a Tasco 30mm Red Dot on top. This is not going to win any matches but for a plinker small game pistol. They are well worth the money. I have well over 2000 rounds threw mine. It took a few hundred to get all worked in but after that not a hiccup. I shot the last 1500 rounds without cleaning and it would eat anything I put in the mag. I just took it apart and cleaned it and lubed it all up with Wilson Combat Gun Grease works like a champ.

When I bought the Neos i was looking at the S&W 22-A and the Ruger 22/45. Both did not offer a weaver (Picitennie) rail on it The Ruger looked like a made in China junk toy, and the Smith didn't offer some of the things the Neos did like an ambi safety (Which was a must for me as my wife is a south paw). The checkering on the Ruger was shallow very sharp and the corners were so sharp which make it like trying to shoot while holing on to a knife blade. The smith had the mag release in the front of the grip making it easy to drop the mag while shooting for a new shooter.

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Thanks. I have an affinity for Berettas, and will probably acquire one of these soon. It'll be interesting to pit it against my Buckmark just for fun.

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I did and the buckmark had mine on the accuracy department but mine was not that far behind.



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