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Used Beretta 92 Inox

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by defjon, May 21, 2008.

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  1. defjon

    defjon Member

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    Bout how much should I expect to pay for a used inox? How much could I expect in resale? Generally, from current or previous owners, how do these versions shoot?

    Very beautiful gun. Is 500 a fair asking price?
     
  2. steveracer

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    Yes. The stainless guns bring a premium over their blued model.
     
  3. Sheldon

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    That's a reasonable price. It should shoot no differnet that the blued versions.
     
  4. legion3

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    It also depends on if its Italian made or American made.

    The prime Inox's are Italian made, with straight dust cover, no warning on slide, and with silver controls. The can run $600 and up.

    $500 is a very fair price for any inox. modern ones have black controls.
     
  5. defjon

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    yes-this is an italian model
     
  6. 10-Ring

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    Good price for an Italian fs -- sight unseen.
     
  7. The Lone Haranguer

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    Are those all stainless steel, including the frame? Or is it the alloy frame finished to look like the slide?
     
  8. legion3

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    NO, the frames on all 92's are alloy including the inox's they are simply annodized to look silver instead of blued or Brutioned.

    Smith 3rd generation guns are all ss and that is why thet are heavy.
     
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