Beretta 92fs Inox

Discussion in 'Beretta Forum' started by 357cultist, Feb 28, 2013.

  1. 357cultist

    357cultist New Member

    6
    0
    0
    A colleague offered me $800 for my 92fs INOX. 9mm. 2/15rds 3/20rds beretta magazines. NIB.


    Not sure if I should accept the offer. Opinions? I do have other firearm options.
     
  2. dalefan88

    dalefan88 New Member

    388
    0
    0
    I have a regular 92fs and love it.
     

  3. clr8ter

    clr8ter New Member

    4,015
    0
    0
    I would so take that. If I'm not mistaken, they cost less than that retail. He probably can't find one right now........
     
  4. Grapevinebill

    Grapevinebill New Member

    103
    0
    0
    Is the 92FS NIB or just the magazines? A new 92FS Inox has been retailing between $700 to $725 from the information I have. That would include the 2 15 round magazines that Beretta would supply. The extra 20 round mags would retail for about $50 to $80 so that seems to be a pretty fair price for both parties. He won't be over paying and you won't be loosing any potential monies in my opinion.
     
  5. 357cultist

    357cultist New Member

    6
    0
    0
    Great Advice.to all many thanks. Still not sure if I want to part with it.
     
  6. mag318

    mag318 Member

    436
    0
    16
    Basically the US service pistol in stainless steel, and a truly good pistol. I bought one of the first batch that came into the country 23 years ago. It was my duty arm for the last decade of my police career and it still looks good. The 92 FS Inox is one of my all time favorite pistols. IMO you can never pay to much for one of these.
     

    Attached Files:

  7. 70cuda383

    70cuda383 New Member

    574
    0
    0
    I'd sell it for $800. turn around and go to your local gun store and buy a new one off the shelf for $600-700.

    unless you're a true friend, and you tell your buddy he's offering too much, and send him to the gun store to buy one.

    my local store sells 92FS/M9s for $620 NIB. I think they ask 50-70 more for the INOX versions, when they have them in stock. in early January, I bought a new M9 from them, they had the display model, then went to the back to grab a NIB, never opened up piece to actually sell to me. opened it in front of me for the first time, just to verify the serial number on the weapon matched what was printed on the label on the box.

    but then I went back a few weeks later with my dad to help him pick out his first handgun, and the only Beretta they had left was a beat up used 96D police trade in gun. (it was in INOX too...asking $500 for it, but had deep gouges in frame, broken rear sight blade, and damage to the crown of the barrel...looked like it belonged to a bike cop...and he dropped it while riding)

    I've heard they are getting inventory back in though.
     
  8. 357cultist

    357cultist New Member

    6
    0
    0
    One of the factors in the pricing are the 3 hi-cap new in packaging 20 round magazines. I bought it at the height of the panic in early January, when hi cap 9mm were flying off shelves. My amigo couldn't locate anything he liked. Besides my home defense needs are satisfied,& I may not need another range gun.