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Like new 92f

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Stainz, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. Stainz

    Stainz Well-Known Member

    I am a revolver guy. My last case-chuckers were a pair of AMT DAO Backups in .45 ACP, gone five years, and a G21, gone nine years. My wife had a CZ75 for years, too. A friend bought a new two-tone (SS & blued?) 92F a month or so back and now wants something else. It is a neat looking bottom-feeder - and, at $400 with six mags - and night sights and a trigger job - it seems reasonable. I doubt he put 50 rounds through it. I always thought I'd get a CZ97B or 1911, as I made a bunch of .45 ACP ammo I cannot use in my 625 due to the non-Federal primers I used.

    What do you think about the 92F - and/or the 'deal'? Thanks!

  2. jwxspoon

    jwxspoon Well-Known Member

    92F is a good reliable pistol. I have a stainless Taurus version, PT99, which I love.

    It's a BIG pistol - not really concealable. Offsets that with very large mag capacity (17 in mine). It's accurate and recoil is very limited.

  3. 10-Ring

    10-Ring Well-Known Member

    $400 isn't the best deal I've seen, but it is fair and I do like the Berettas.
  4. kle

    kle Well-Known Member

    that's $400 for a like-new 92F (or is it an FS?) with six magazines (if they're factory magazines, that's $75-$100 in magazines alone, not including the two or three included with the gun itself), plus a trigger job, and night-sights...

    I'd say that's a pretty good deal. See if you can take it to a range and put a magazine or two through it.
  5. wisocki

    wisocki Well-Known Member

    berettas kickass

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