Description

The Beretta Modello 1951 (M1951) is a historic piece for Italian handguns as it was the first Beretta chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum and was also the first Italian locked-breach pistol. For years, this pistol was not available for the commercial market and was exclusively for the Italian Armed Forces and Police. This pistol paved the way for Beretta to, later on, introduce the Beretta 92. The Modello 1951 was in production from 1953 to 1980.

These pistols come in a used surplus condition and as such, will have scratches, wear marks, and other cosmetic irregularities in the finish which will not affect functionality. As with all surplus guns, we recommend having the firearm cleaned and inspected by a qualified gunsmith prior to firing.

In this shipment, most guns are in a surplus good condition, but some have more scratches and marks in them than others and are in surplus fair condition. We will not be offering handpicked selections for these firearms. These are Used Surplus pistols and are being sold as-is with no returns or refunds due to their used condition.

These pistols are not C&R eligible.

SKU: 5165500324
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MFR#: M1951
Caliber: 9mm
Model: Beretta M1951
Action: Semi-Auto
Capacity: 8rds
Magazines: Comes with One Magazine
Barrel Length: 4.5"
Weight: 1lb 14oz.
Frame: Steel Frame
Safety: Manual Thumb Safety
Sights: Fixed Sights, Front Blade - Rear Notch

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M1951

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My gun shop has these for $319, I'll just buy local if i decide to buy it, by the time they charge me tax,shipping, and have to pay for the FFL background check $30 its cheaper to support my local gun store

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I bought one from Classic for $300. Great gun even with the funky mag release. No regrets.

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I had ample opportunity to buy this 5 months ago when Gander Outdoors had them for $199. I should have pulled the trigger then but can't quite seem to do it now.

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This seems tempting....

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cant tell what type magazine release button this has? heel or trigger guard?

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Button on left grip at heel.

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Why the downvote? It’s a 60+ year old handgun. Any gun this old should be checked out by a competent gunsmith if you don’t know what you’re looking at. Expect it to have something wrong and be pleasantly surprised when everything works great. The plus side is that if anything is broken, there will be lots of cheap spare parts for the next few years. Same goes for the Walther P1’s, Israeli Hi Powers, or any other ancient milsurp service pistol. It’s a $300 9mm range plinker which is not too bad in today’s worthless dollars.

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I wouldn't put this in the same class as Israeli Hi Powers. The concern with these are the locking blocks; they WILL eventually fail in this design, and that (and the magazines) is hard to locate. Search on some gun forums about these and the Helwan if you don't believe me.

With the HP, you're talking about a platform made by quite a few manufacturers, without the issue on that part, and with a lot more available parts and magazines. And with FN having made it as recently as a year or two ago, with Tisas still making it.

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