Gun Deals: Beretta 92S Italian Police Trade-In 9mm Pistol just… $329.99!!!

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Beretta 92S Italian Police Trade-In 9mm Pistol Deal
Beretta 92S Italian Police Trade-In 9mm Pistol Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Palmetto State Armory has a smoking deal on used surplus Beretta 92S Italian Police Trade-In Pistols in 9mm for just $329.99. As we recently wrote about the Beretta 92s Pistol is a hidden bargain in today's surplus gun world and Beretta MFG has loads of deals running on ways to upgrade these old workhorses, check them out:

Beretta Model 92S, Used Italian Police Trade-In HandgunsBuy Now Gun Deals

All pistols are functional. Condition varies with the luck of the draw, some are rough. All show holster wear, most have scratches and cosmetic blemishes. May have surface rust and minor pitting. Has the older European style magazine release, located at the bottom of the left side of the grip. Sold as-is.

Gun Deals: Beretta 92S Italian Police Trade-In 9mm Pistol just… $329.99!!!

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Prices seems to me on the “way high” side. Before this Chicom flu I was seeing New 92FS under $500.

Arny
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Ordered to go with my CZ knock off. TZ 75. It’s actually a good shooter. I love the double action that both offer. With a double stack mag. Cerakoted the TZ & might do the Beretta if condition is that bad. Desert tan & black. Or I might just blue it again. Not that hard to Make them look Great Again ! lol

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Bretta 92 a decent gun, however the pricing is a bit stiff for what they are, local dealer has a shel full of used LE Glocks and the pick of the litter are 289.00,the dog eared ones much less.

PSA’s new Danger 9,glock clone, new in the box is reportedly 299.00

Mike
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If you gave me a Gluck, I would swap it for a 92 or any CZ 75 clone in a heartbeat.

Ej harbet
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We all got our flavor! Back when the 92 was big all i cared about was my 681 .357 fixed sight smith! Six for sure was my buzz phrase.the denny got dragged from his truck 5miles from where i was parked watching the sky fill with smoke.thats when i decided i wanted 15 rounds with a serving of extra mags.but i wish id kept that 681.after smith dropped trou for bubba their guns were never the same