- Nov 20, 2021
Me too! My mom bought a '96 brand new. I always thought they were sharp cars for their day. And who didn't love the wiper/headlight(?) control knobs?Dang, from the title I thought this was going to be about a
I'm not sure where it came from prior to the outdoor store I purchased it at. It was absolutely filthy, had what looked like beeswax packed into all the nooks and crannies. I gave it a good scrub down and it really slicked it up. Perhaps it was someone's truck gun? Overall it has very little finish wear and passes the function test. This will be my first experience with the .40 S&w round. It came with two 10 round magazines.Nice! LEO trade in? In 5 years and an untold number of rounds, I’ve never had a malfunction with my Italian made 9mm 92. I put the Beretta wooden grips on mine and made it even more beautiful! Now I’m wanting a 40…..
That's a sharp example of one of those cars. I almost bought a new one in '89.Dang, from the title I thought this was going to be about a
Ok, third comment along that line. It is posted in the firearms subforum....Bummer. I was expecting a car.
My B.Ok, third comment along that line. It is posted in the firearms subforum....
Got one. Can also get 11 .40 rounds in a 15 round 9 mm magazine. That being said, I can see myself not swapping slides. The .40 slide is worn to the .40 frame, the 9 is worn to the 9 frame. I have no issue using the 9 magazines I'm the .40 though.If you can find a complete 92 slide assembly and barrel, you can have a 9mm/.40 convertible.
That's fine. I figure you guys are getting here from the most recent post menu, not by going to the Firearms subforum. I never figured I'd get 3 people excited about a 96 Chevy Beretta.My B.