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Spare mags for the Beretta Type M

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by gutterman, Sep 1, 2010.

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  1. gutterman

    gutterman Member

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    I have been looking for a spare mag for my Beretta Custom Carry, and till now have not been able to locate any. On the Beretta site I was given a source-midwestgunworks.com has the mags for $60.00. A little pricey, but if you need one and there are no others, well? Just wanted to let you all know out there that there is a source for these magazines if you're lookin.
     
  2. Guns and more

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    When I was considering a Beretta M (maybe should have bought it) I shopped for magazines also.
    Gunbroker had one and he was asking $60.
    So, they are aout there but rare.

    I assume you are referring to the single stack compact Beretta. How do you like it?
     
  3. Shipwreck

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    CDNN has carried them in the past - might wanna check and see if they have any now

    The mags for this gun is not cheap, though
     
  4. gutterman

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    I found and ordered a mag from midwestgunworks.com. Price was $60, and I have'nt rec'd it yet. Will let you know how it performs as soon as it arrives. As far as the gun goes, have'nt made it to the range yet, but soon. I had a 92FS that I'm kicking myself for trading off, so when I saw this compact Beretta(which I really like the feel of) I just had to have it. I've heard nothing but good about them, so I feel I may have done OK. It is a stainless version at about 98% that I got for $500.
     
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