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The classic Beretta 92 series was designed as an update to the Beretta 951. The Model 92 is a large-framed 9mm pistol that was first introduced in 1976. Though it looks similar to the 951, it features a number of enhancements including a double-column magazine for increased capacity and the use of a double-action/single-action trigger operation. For the Beretta 92S the safety was updated by moving it to a slide-mounted location. The single-sided, non-ambidextrous safety also features a decocking function.

• Condition: Used Surplus
• Caliber: 9mm
• Action Type: Single / Double Action
• Weight: 2 lbs. 2 oz.
• Barrel Length: 4.9"
• Sights: Fixed
• Safety: RH Slide-Mounted
• Capacity: 15 + 1
• Mag Included: One 15-Round Double Stack

Used Surplus Pistol
Double-column 15-round magazine
Slide-mounted RH safety
Decocking safety

Item No. 654236

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If you can't see the grade before buying, I would buy new at $320 + $15 Freight (not sure how that's free shipping!?). You'll want New internal springs plus new mag spring ($35), 2 New Mags ($50). So, before tax, FFL tax, and background tax you're in for $420! A newer 92 has warranty, 3 New Mags, ambi decock, US mag release (no Eruo heal release), readily available replacement parts, replacement grips, threaded barrels.. Etc.

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The mag release on the 92S is at the bottom of the grip. Many European pistols were designed this way, but most Americans will expect the release to be up near the trigger guard. The different location means more training for quick mag releases. Too bad the one photo does not show this.

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You Tell Em Livinit - *I know people who are fond of them* 2 —— 8-))

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Hey to each there own. Can't stand people who bash someone for loving a gun they may not. If you want one and like them by all means go for it. If you don't like it, move along and don't be a douche bag to those who may disagree. Sick of seeing so many "gun" folks being assholes to each other because they may not like what you do or don't...

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If you are talking to me, I don't think it's a bad gun nor would I bash some one for liking it. My problem has always been the price point. The 92 is one of my favorite designs falling behind the sig 226 amd 5906. The 92s at 350 is not worth it in a world with 92fs pistols under 500 and clones from Girsan under 400. The FDE Girsan and some of the G model clone imports seem like a much better value for 350 than a used sight unseen 92s. Reiterating the fact unless you have a love for surplus or just like the S model in particular there are better values on nearly identical pistols.

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Gander has some decent deals, but kinda pricy on some things, my opinion

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At 319 for these do yourself a favor and save another 108 bucks and get a new 92fs. Other than having a love of "surplus or the s" model..... Save your money another week or two and get a 92fs from gprime.

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While I tend to agree I must say that I grabbed a 92S a couple of years ago that was an hand picked, excellent condition, Italy Police trade in and the one I received was perfect. To be honest it has better fit and finish, smoother action and a better trigger than my other 92's. If you can get a 92S that's as nice as the one I got it's a bargain at this price. Otherwise I say get a new 92fs at the current prices.

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My thoughts exactly

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Typical gander. Marking up old surplus for all the idiots who don't use the internet

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The 92S has some major downsides, namely the crap sights and heel mag release. The sights are integral, so you can't swap them out, and there's not enough metal above the firing pin to mill dovetails or even a red dot. The 92FS and later models do have enough metal to mill, I'm told.

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It's an old design and not really meant to be cut up to add red dots or other things. It's now really more of a lower cost collector piece/bang around gun that's high quality from long ago.

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A red dot on a 92S?

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That's all I use it for honestly. I thought it would be a nice shooting piece, but the sights are just so godawful I don't want to shoot it.

I just keep it as a gun that I could lend out and not really give a shit if it ends up in an evidence locker, never to return to me.

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you are a fuckin idiot

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He's the typical polymer striker fired tactical retard.... If he can't out acted dot, laser, light, threaded barrel, slide cuts, etc on the gun, it must be crap.

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All depends on what you want it for. Not a good option for a target pistol I agree. If you're just keeping it in your truck box or in the night stand for a quality pistol at a low cost purely for self defense then sure. In the heat of the moment, God forbid, you won't be looking at the sights anyway...

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I got a nice one from another vendor for $279 a while back.

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RIP Southern Ohio Guns

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I know many people were fond of them but the two times I called Southern Ohio Guns to order something I was given an excuse both times (in a very perturbed tone of voice) to get me off the phone.

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For the best bang for the buck , there has been BRAND NEW Beretta 92 FS models for $429 online here on gun.deals recently ( with two mags.new style sights and newer placement of mag release ...... more worthwhile to pay the difference for new with the upgrades......even though the 92F has been a very good pistol......

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