GUN Help me decide v. Beretta

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  1. zumin3k

    zumin3k New Member

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    New Beretta 92fs Italian for $568
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    Used Beretta 92fs USA made for $475.
    500-800 rounds old, built in 97.
     
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    karmapolice23 Stormtroopn

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    do you really want a beretta? if so I would look for one of the police/mil special which a lot of gun shops sell as a regular item. Comes with three 15 rounders, probably find one on gun broker.
     
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    There was a tricked out Elite II on BEnos a while back. Prolly more than you were wanting to spend (thinking it was $1100), but I also think it came as a complete setup. Not gonna lie.... it was neat looking. Guy had replaced the sights, done a trigger job and all that jazz.

    http://www.berettaforum.net/vb/showthread.php?t=55274

    Check that shit out - Novak rear, and a dovetailed in FO front. That alone = hotness.
     
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    Yes. I want a 92fs, and the police trade ins I've seen are 96d's.
    Can't have 15 rounds in CA anyways.
     
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    Selling my M&P to get the Beretta.
     
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    Maybe down the line. I like these too.
     
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    Duh.
     
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    gchang817 DADDIO!!

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    glad to hear that you are getting a beretta, remembered you posted in the other thread. I would take the new italian 92fs. im getting ripped for $740 for a 92fs inox. goddamn new york, everything is more expensive here.
     
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    Only handgun I've ever sold, Beretta 96
     
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    i love my italian 96. never failed to go bang when i pulled the trigger.

    the only thing that sucks about it was the magazines. the aftermarket mags work much better. don't know if this was just me or not though
     
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    Definitely the italian. I've lost interest in Beretta's since I was younger but I still love my M96 Inox as it was my first gun. From what I remember, the italian quality was better. Sorta like everyone says German made Sigs are better.

    I wish I would've bought the 92 instead since I don't really care for the .40s&w but unfortunately I'm sentimental about the gun and won't sell it. If I did, I wouldn't replace it with another. The only thing I find my Beretta good for is looking sexy.
     

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