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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by John Brown, May 25, 2011.
delete please. I don't have time for foolishness.
Are you pretty firm on just trades? I was wondering if you had a cash price on the Beretta.
I'd let it go for $800. It's not your every day 92.
damn thats alot
Sorry. Go buy a new production 92 instead. They are decent pistols, but not as nice as these old Italians, and have very little collector value.
I didnt mean any offense...that amount just surprised me is all. The Italians usually run around 450-600. You must have a lot of sentimental value invested in that one.
Thanks for the reply though.
Whatever dude. Good luck finding one in this condition, and exact same model.
Uhmmm I dont think you are correct I just purchased a 92S from a member for 450 including mags and holster. $800?... if your serious then I would wish you the best of luck and I am going to pass. I am buying a second 92s for my parents again and the other pistol I was looking at was same condition and exactly half the price with only one mag. This is the differance between collecting and being unreasonable. If this had been priced correctly I would be contacting you.
PS the other 92s is bought in about an hour its currently on the way 100% NIB not unknown round count and carry wear.
You guys need to learn some tact. And go find some toilet paper, as you crapped all over my ad.
Good for you on the $450 92s. Care to post some pics, and the serial number? Just because someone sold you a gun for a certain price, it doesn't mean it's the fair market value. I bought a Python a while back for $400. So what? I sold it for $1200.
Do you even KNOW what a 92S is? Made from 1978-1980 only?
Besides, I would have entertained offers on my asking price. But not for you guys. Seriously bad form, and I think it's actually AGAINST THE RULES.
If you want to have a discussion, there's a place for it, and it isn't here.
Have a nice evening.
Cool. I'll give you $500 for it.