GUN WTT my S&W M&P.40 for your Beretta 92fs

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  1. zumin3k

    zumin3k New Member

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    WTS or trade my S&W M&P.40

    Posted this on Calguns too, thought I'd see if WMD crew is interested :wavey:

    I'd like to trade my M&P .40, less than a year old, for a Beretta 92fs in equally good shape.
    This Smith and Wesson is in basically perfect shape. It's had between 400 and 500 rounds through it and has been 100% reliable. It has had absolutely 0 failures of any kind.
    Comes with 4 (10 round :greddy:)mags, Uncle Mike's paddle holster, 50 rounds of Remington 180gr FMJ and 11 rounds of Ranger Hollowpoints.
    Also included are all 3 different sizes of backstraps and the original case and owners manual.
    $535
    Beretta 92 INOX would be sweet, but I'll look at any 92/m9 and maybe a CZ-75bd?
    I don't mind shipping if you're not in the area.
    Thanks!
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  2. Clusive

    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    Not yours. :fawkd:

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  3. zumin3k

    zumin3k New Member

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    Bastard. :fawk:
    Do want.
     
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    Cannondale OT Supporter

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    I'd say get the M9, but being in California you cannot take advantage of the cheap surplus magazines for it. :hs:
     
  5. zumin3k

    zumin3k New Member

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    Well, I want the M9/92fs in trade regardless. I'm stuck at 10 rounds for now either way. Where I shoot, I can pretty much use whatever I want though.:mamoru:
     
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    Well what you don't know is he had a box of berretta mags from before the ban. You can't prove he didn't. He got them prior to the ban because he always planned on getting a berretta at some point. Some of the mags were beat and he replaced the mag tubes which is OK and legit.
     
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    Oh, how fortunate.
     
  8. copeland

    copeland smarter than you

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    Whats the love on for Beretta 92's?
     
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    zumin3k New Member

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    It's weird. I find some every time I go shooting out on BLM land. Must be because they are so common.
     
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    eric5678 striving for mediocrity OT Supporter

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    I love mine. Partially because it's the first pistol that I bought, but mainly because it's one of the most comfortable handguns that I have picked up to date.
     
  11. beetle

    beetle blah blah blah OT Supporter

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    the slide release lever looks funny -- did you swap it out? Here's my beauty:

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  12. Clusive

    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    It came with a guide rod laser. It was the first thing I swapped out. It now has a factory stainless takedown lever.

    Love those grips. I need to get a set for mine. Link?
     
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    gchang817 DADDIO!!

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    is that an inox? color looks different, i like it. may just be the lighting.
     
  14. beetle

    beetle blah blah blah OT Supporter

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    got them off ebay, but I just searched and it doesn't show up anymore. wonder if it got stripped because it is "gun related".

    yes, it's an American inox. one of these days I might swap out for an Italian version. To my eye there are slight color variations between the two.
     
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    Still want
     
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    naszero 幹! 是條子! 快跑! OT Supporter

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    92f was my first issued pistol :cool:
     
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    I want a 96 in the worst way.
     
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    A guy on Calguns is selling one right now. Looks to be in great shape.
     
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    44mag has them for under $300 IIRC
     
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    Damn...Only difference between the 92 and 96 is the caliber? Anyone have any experience with the 96? Is it as good a shooter as the 92 is?
     
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    Same thing, you can swap the upper and mags to change calibers.
     
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    Pretty expensive to swap uppers I bet...I think I'll stick with a 92, but damn that's a good deal. Wish it was a 9mm.
     
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    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    Some guy on CGN has a 92 Brigadier INOX for sale, but he is in Socal.
     
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    I don't mind the distance...Have a link?
     

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