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Beretta 92 Inox

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by hotsauce, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. hotsauce

    hotsauce Member

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    I really want another one of these! Does anyone know if they still come with the black parts or have they started making them with stainless parts again? I really hate the look of the black parts:cuss:!!! Inox gun + black parts = Me buying something else!
     
  2. Hoppy590

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    i think the Inox 92` line was discontinued? im not sure. and i damn well could be wrong
     
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    They are black parts ie slide stop, safety, trigger and hammer. Look at the beretta website they got pictures of them. If you don't want black parts they do sell aftermarket parts. www.olhasso.com is a good site for aftermarket parts. Otherwise try the pawn shops and look for a good safe queen.
     
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    I just bought an unfired police trade in with silver controls. I don't know how to tell the date of manufacture on Berettas so I can't tell you when mine was made. I bought the 96 Inox in 1997-1998

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  6. Lonestar49

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    How do you keep finding these 1Blindref?

    Quote: I just bought an unfired police trade in with silver controls. I don't know how to tell the date of manufacture on Berettas so I can't tell you when mine was made. I bought the 96 Inox in 1997-1998
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    Seriously, this keeps happening..

    Would you like to go looking for some Gold in any of our Mountains, as I'll supply the (Army) Mules.. I'm rdy to go with ya.. lol

    Here, you'll find want your looking for..

    http://berettausa.com/contact_us.htm

    Enjoy, :)


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  7. 1BLINDREF

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    Just gotta be in the right place at the right time :rolleyes:

    I tend to wander into fun shops alot. I was looking for a nice 92 to give to my son when he finishes Air Force basic training. I saw that 92 at my range. They had three of them traded in by the local PD. That one was never fired or issued. I went back two days latter and they were gone! :mad:
    The following week that one was back :scrutiny: A guy put money down on it and when he came back to buy it, he came up dirty on his back ground check so they put it back up for sale.
    And the rest was history! :)
     
  8. Lonestar49

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    #6

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    clk on #6 of that page and you'll be able to find when your Beretta was made.

    It all makes sense to me now.. lol


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  9. 1BLINDREF

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    Thanks! :)
    Those codes don't make much sense :scrutiny:
    I like Sigs codes better.
     
  10. Lonestar49

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    Kinda different.. the codes

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    It's not determined by their registered serial numbers, but there are another set of smaller numbers, with A, B, C, etc., somewhere on those guns.

    Those are the numbers that will tell ya when she was made, yr wise.


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