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Beretta 92D Centurion $370 - Good Deal?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Higgins, Apr 5, 2003.

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  1. Higgins

    Higgins Member

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    Looking at getting a used, but ANIB, Beretta 92 D Centurion with 15 round mag for $370. Just wanted some feedback on whether this is a good price and any thoughts on the Centurions from Beretta.

    Any helpful comments or experience, information on the Centurion variation appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. SouthpawShootr

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    I think it's a good price as long as it really is "AS NEW." I'm not quite sure, but this model may have been discontinued. I looked at a couple when they were $500-550 new. Never ran across any good deals when I had the cash though.
     
  3. firestar

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    That is a pretty good price with the hi cap included. The 15 round mag is about $50 alone. Good price on a great gun.
     
  4. Tamara

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    I like my 96D just fine; possibly the nicest true DAO trigger on a semi.
     
  5. Big Mike

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    That is a great deal. I too am looking to buy another Beretta in the 92D Centurian flavor. Mike
     
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    The 92D Centurion is one of my favorite guns. In fact, it is what I use for my home defense gun. It's trigger is buttery smooth, like a fine revolver that has had an excellent trigger job. I like the fact that I don't have to worry about any safeties etc. should I need it in a hurry and I can shoot it as fast and accurately as any of my other pistols. Mine has been absolutley great and if I could get another one (ANIB) for $370 I would jump on it, with or without the high cap mag. They have been discontinued and originally did sell in the $500-$550 range. If you like it, get it before someone else does.
     
  7. Higgins

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    Thanks for the replies, everyone. I've always wanted a Beretta and this just seemed too good to pass up - especially with that tax check on the way. I just wanted to be sure it was as good a deal as I initially thought.
     
  8. VictorLouis

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    I JUST missed one last year...

    and I think it's a great price.:D
     
  9. blades67

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    That's a pretty good price for a used gun in good condition. You should be able to find preban Beretta magazines for around $30, not $50.:what:
     
  10. DonGlock26

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    I'd jump on that one! The centurion is a sharp looking pistol.
     
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