what is a good price for a beretta m9?

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  • freonfreak.270

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    hey guys im about to buy a beretta m9. age is unknown but it looks to be in good shape. its 9mm, comes with 3 mags. my question is what is it worth? and is it a good buy?
     

    brickboy240

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    Thats not bad, but CDNN was selling new M9s for around 450-500 not too long ago. Summit Gun Broker sometimes has police trade in 92Fs for 325-350..if you don't mind a little holster wear.

    Careful looking around on GunBroker....theres some fool on there right now, trying to sell a new M9 with a holster for 1800 bucks (!!).

    - brickboy240
     

    mac79912

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    I would not pay more than $350 for a used one in excellent condition.New one's are about $549.CDNN is a great place to get one cheap.
     

    chevydeerhunter

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    IMHO, I'd spend a bit extra and buy a new XDm in 9mm. They'll hold 19+1 and the quality is all there. They come with interchangable backstraps to fit your grip. With your gun and two spare mags, you'd be holding 58 rounds at any given time!
     

    freonfreak.270

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    yeah i held an xdm and love it.. and im not stuck on 9mm, i wish they had a 45acp in the xdm and im sure they will just after i buy one in 40 cal... but it seems like the quality is better in my research but i just like that look of an m9. thanks for the input
     

    jimmy-buffett

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    Nothing against the M9, but I've always been more of a fan of the Taurus 92's. They are essentially the same gun, except for the location of the safety. The M9 has it on the slide (the new design) and the Taurus 92 has it on the frame. What this allows the Taurus to do is to lock the slide if you have it in Safe.

    Also the Taurus is a bit cheaper, but not too much.
     

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