What's it worth?

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  1. Jason

    Jason Well-Known

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    I am contemplating selling one of my 9mm's to finance my AR upper purchase so I can get that show on the road sooner...

    It is a 92FS (I think) that I have had for quite awhile... it has had one round fired by me and if Beretta test fires them that's two total shots. It came from the collection of a former Air Force pilot that sold off four identical ones that had never been shot.

    I have the original box, original grips, high capacity clip, and the pistol. I put some Hogues on it and that is it, she sits in the box.

    So never holstered, fired once by me, stored...

    Opinions on value?
     


  2. Bullseye Shooter

    Bullseye Shooter Active Member

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    NIB 92FSs are going for around $625 on GunBroker. The used ones appear to be starting around $200 (with box, papers, etc.) but I'm sure those auctions will close higher than that. My Blue Book is too old to give you a quote from it, but someone out there may have a newer copy.

    Sorry I can't give you a better answer. My best guess; $500.
     
  3. Texas42

    Texas42 TGT Addict

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    I got mine, new with three magazines and night sights for 550 at a gun show 2 years ago.

    I'd guess it might take a while to sell at $500, but I don't know. I'm not planning on selling mine.
     
  4. MuddyWaterMan

    MuddyWaterMan Active Member

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    They have them at my local gun shop for right at 600 brand new if that helps.
     
  5. Big country

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    It's not a clip it's a magazine. And $400-$500 is what I'd suggest price wise. I'm not an expert on the 92's tho. Good luck.
     
  6. MuddyWaterMan

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    CLIP Gestapo strikes again!!! LMAO
     
  7. gladi8r

    gladi8r Active Member

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    when tauraus came out with there version the 92fs went down in price anywhere from 300 to 500 depending on condition and accesories and mags. Or clips if you prefer.
     
  8. beerpunk

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    Need to be more specific.....Italian or U.S made? Night sights? Slanted or straight dust cover? All metal parts? etc...If it's just standard stock 400 to 500 range would be fair.
     
  9. Army 1911

    Army 1911 Well-Known

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    Don mak fun ov clip gestapo. Ve haf vays of dealink vif you peeple. :smoker:
     
  10. Jason

    Jason Well-Known

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    Clip is only four letters and I do believe the usage is actually correct... as stated below...

    clip (2)
    Meaning "receptacle containing several cartridges for a repeating firearm" is from 1901.

    cartridge clip

    Use cartridge clip in a Sentence

    –noun a metal frame or container holding cartridges for a magazine rifle or automatic pistol.
     

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