Is this a decent price on a 92F?
There's a 92F at my local pawn shop. It is a 92F, NOT a 92FS. The pistol is in good condition. There are several scuffs on it and finish wear, but nothing too major. The guys had an insanely rediculous sticker price of $629.99. They said they could do $450 on it, but that still seems high for a 92F. I don't think Beretta even makes the 92F anymore. I think it was replaced by the 92FS. Their computer says it comes with 3 mags and a soft case, but they could not find the extra mags or case. I honestly do not think the pistol is worth over $350. What do you guys think?
I personally would never buy a gun from a pawn shop. I'm not a big fan of used guns.
I'd offer them $350 for it. They probably won't take it, but it's probably not worth much more. Maybe $400 - have you thought about a Taurus 92? Same frame, mags, bbls - but different safety/decock.
I would not buy a firearm from a pawn shop.
I've seen them used for as low as $400 at Gander Mountain and their prices tend to be on the high side.
Yall need to get over them negative pawn shop vibes.
Most of them suck, but you can find smoking deals occasionally.
Thanks for the help guys. I went back and they said they would not go any lower than $450, so I just walked out.
in general as desribed, they go for $300 - $400. like many other police trade-ins, it likely has carry wear but the internals are excellent. f series has the smaller hammer pin, just means it's slightly older, and closer to the M9 mil spec. however, if it's a special series or package, it is worth more (depending on local market) IE: brigadier, inox (stainless), or M9 are some examples.