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Beretta M-950B .25 auto pics, please?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Lone Star, Nov 27, 2008.

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  1. Lone Star

    Lone Star Member

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    I'm thinking of getting a Beretta M-950BS in .25 if I find a really clean one when I have the money.

    Pics please? Maybe show several finishes.

    What do the blue and Inox ones bring NIB or in NRA Excellent condition?
    Are the dull gray ones Bruniton finished?

    If anyone here has used one, what do you think of it?

    Lone Star
     
  2. boomcrash

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    I wanted a Seecamp back in the 1990's, could not find one, so i bought a 950 from Doc's Country Sports at a Houston show, and paid $110 out the door.

    It is one of the best of the tiny guns. Never had a mis-feed or failure...one niggling little problem, though.

    Being so small, my thumb knuckle sometimes moves the safty on. But thats not a gun problem, but rather a training problem. I suppose if I practice enough with it I will cure it. Also, It was/is a better gun than a Colt or Bauer, and better than a DA Beretta in .22 that would not work. It is also lighter than the Seecamp.

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. Onmilo

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    I owned Beretta 950 pistols in both .25 auto and .22 short.
    They were excellent little guns, especially the .22 short, accurate and reliable for such a small pistol.
    Unfortunately for me other items ame along to tempt me and I let them both go.

    I miss the .22 short most.
     
  4. MICHAEL T

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    I bought a never fired made in Italy box papers all for 220 earlier this year. American made used go 180 in my area.
     
  5. hemiram

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    I've had one for about 30 years. I used it as my BUG after trying several other .25's and a few .22's. It's never had a single misfire, and I trust it totally.
     
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    I've had one for about 25 years. Absolutely reliable and amazingly accurate if you can work with the tiny sights.
     
  7. Lone Star

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    Many thanks! No photos, anyone?

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