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colt 45acp and a beretta 92fs

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by vince, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. vince

    vince battleground wa New Member

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    i would rather sale than trade but?? $800 bucks firm for the 45 combat elite 5 mags total and 1 box ammo, shoulder holster made in usa may trade for somethin really cool, but value for value csh up or down. vince 008.jpg 009.jpg 016-1.jpg
     
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  2. wichaka

    wichaka Wa State Well-Known Member

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    You have the box and all the papers for the Colt?

    Could you post a pic showing the other side?
     
  3. vince

    vince battleground wa New Member

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    no box, no nothing really bought and threw away, stupid i guess, and my reading material is for academic purposes only, besides fun to read. thanks
     
  4. rmw

    rmw portland, oregon New Member

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    Do you know how many rounds thru the barreta, and what kind of holster?
     
  5. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Ardenwald, OR Well-Known Member

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    More info on the 92fs, original case, round count, what holster and brand of ammo, 20 round boxes, 50 round boxes????????
     
  6. vince

    vince battleground wa New Member

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    my dad bought this gun in during desert shield / desert strom, had to have it, never shot it, threw away the box, keep the manual. then i inherited it and shot 2-300 thru it, holster is nylon and carries the other clip, as to ammo a box of wolf and 2 boxes usa, 50 rnd boxes and maybe if found a few black talons/ other defensive rounds, that are loaded in a 3rd 15 rnd clip, my mom is still looking. if i find them, they will be included. p.s. not into berettas but anybody tell me which is better a usa or italian made
     
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