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Used 92FS

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by The Ruckus, Jan 5, 2008.

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  1. The Ruckus

    The Ruckus Member

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    Hey everyone,

    I've been looking around on the used market for quite some time. I came across an 92FS... it's had about 500-700 rounds through it owner isn't sure. It has the usual muzzle end barrel wear, small rail wear, and theres a scratch on the bottom of the trigger guard. At first glance the gun looks brand new. Opinions aside, if you were a 92FS fan how much would you be willing to pay for this?
     
  2. XavierBreath

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    CDNN regularly sells the Beretta 92FS used in excellent condition in the $300-$350 range. I would use that as my guide.
     
  3. The Ruckus

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    UPDATE:
    Today I made the worst mistake in my life, I went to a gun show. All I wanted to do today was look around. I had plans tomorrow to look at a less desired used 92F (I don't know why, but I just like new) and found a Beretta 92FS Police Special in the case with three magazines for 475. I know this is the going price but I asked to see it, the gun was gorgeous and new no scratches no wear, no dings or gouges like the used one I was going to check out...I had to have it. I finally purchased my first handgun today. I should have pictures by Wednesday.
     
  4. chrisTx

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    That's not bad. That's about what I paid for my Police Special right before the AWB expired, but I had to jump through hoops to get mine, and from a police distributor. I paid what you did, and that was a few years back. Considering inflation and overall prices going up, I think it's a good price.

    I replaced my guide rod with a steel one, then put a DAO hammer spring in it. Bullets will follow each other through the same hole now. :)
     
  5. buy guns

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    Congratulations Ruckus. That sounds more like one of the best decisions in your life :). Make sure to post pics.
     
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