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Old 06-29-2010, 01:45 AM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with a Neos? I am thinking about buying one and want to know what the fine people of this forum think. Thanks in advance!

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Old 06-29-2010, 02:09 AM   #2
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I've toyed with getting one, the only thing holding me back is where to get pink interchangeable grips so the wifey can shoot it and have it look good for her, too

Well, that, and the price...

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Nobody has one? That doesnt sound good :-(

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I'll take a shot here. I have a Beretta NEOS, (with an S). Had it quite a few years and never had any problems.



Right now its set up for Aguila Super Colibri, (no powder) and sighted in at 50 ft. - Deadly package for pigeons.

I like mine, feeds .22 LR 100% and is darn accurate. Always thought it was pretty good value for the bucks.

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I'll take a shot here. I have a Beretta NEOS, (with an S). Had it quite a few years and never had any problems.



Right now its set up for Aguila Super Colibri, (no powder) and sighted in at 50 ft. - Deadly package for pigeons.

I like mine, feeds .22 LR 100% and is darn accurate. Always thought it was pretty good value for the bucks.
Thanks for your input
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Bought a Beretta NEOS for my son several years ago - since then he's put countless rounds downrange with it and no problems at all. Nice little gun.

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I have one. Had it for 3 years and the last time to the range the extractor blew off. Design flaw as this used to be a few other pistols they all had this problem.

It is a great gun my son begs me to shoot it every time we go to the range.

If you want parts brownells carries almost all of them. You can buy barrels grips and just about anything else.

For a plinker it is a great gun. If you are looking for a very accurate 22 pistol get the Ruger or Browning. I am not saying the Beretta is inaccurate just not as accurate as the Ruger MkII MkIII or Browning buckmark.

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Anyone have any experience with a Neo? I am thinking about buying one and want to know what the fine people of this forum think. Thanks in advance!
I bought my daughter one at a gun show. I do not like the grip as much as my Browning Buckmark, but other than that, it is a fantastic gun. Over 2000 rounds, never jammed. It shoots very well, as accurate as my Browning. It has a rail on top so I put a Red Dot on it. Almost boring to shoot now as you shoot the same hole a lot of the times. I paid 299 for it, but can't seem to find the same deal, or I would buy one for myself. I'm not a .22 guy, but that is about all I can afford to shoot on a steady basis,
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I picked one up a few days ago. It seems to be a good shooter.

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Just got a letter in mail informing me that my Neos may be recalled . Seems as though some of the Neos may fire even when the safety is on or even when moved from safe to fire.

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