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    Louis92fsc is offline Junior Member
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    New beretta owner! !

    hey guys i joined the forum because i just recently purchased my first handgun! I believe this a beretta 92fs compact i had questions about where to find info for decoding my serial number? I want know the manufacturing date and whatever other info the serial number can tell me . Any info would be great guys thank you!

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    Thats a nice looking pistol. Congats, you can go to Beretta's website to determine date of manufacture.

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    Nice! Beautiful gun.. got mine in the 40 cal full size.. love it. Great shooter too. Have fun.

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    Nice......I like the full size 96's myself....

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    New beretta owner! !

    Heys guys i called beretta to try and find out what year the gun was made as well any other info to decode the serial number and they couldn't find any info what gives? Where would i have to go to find out what the exact model and year it was made and so fourth ?i gave them my serial number and they said they couldn't help me.

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    New beretta owner! !

    I went to berettas website with no luck i put the serial number in the little box and it says sorry cant find it.

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    On the side of the trigger guard is stamped a code that tells the production year:
    AA - 1975; AB - 1976; AC - 1977; AD - 1978; AE - 1979; AF - 1980; AG - 1981; AH - 1982; AI - 1983; AJ - 1984; AK - 1985; AL - 1986; AM - 1987; AN - 1988; AO - 1989; AP - 1990; BA - 1991; BB - 1992; BC - 1993; BD - 1994; BE - 1995; BF - 1996; BI - 1997; BL - 1998; BM - 1999; BN - 2000; BP - 2001; BS - 2002; BT - 2003; BU - 2004; BZ - 2005;CA - 2006; CB - 2007; CC - 2008; CD - 2009; CF - 2010; CH - 2011; CI - 2012; CJ - 2013;

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    New beretta owner! !

    Thank you guys soooo f@&king much! You have been very helpful i found it and its stamped AN soo thats 1988 . Thank you guys again for your help i love this gun i think for 365 bucks it was a great deal!

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    Is that a duracoat refinish, I assume?...

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    New beretta owner! !

    I have no clue it looks factory . Lol

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    New beretta owner! !

    How would i know? What is that exactly? Lol

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    No, that is a refinish. Beretta never released a 92 in that color. I wish they would, though.

    Inox, black/bruniton, blue steel once upon a time, and a limited time green. Only colors 92 has everyone in factory wise

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    New beretta owner! !

    Thank you for the info i actually watched some you tube videos of gun owners using these kits to refinish them I'm going to look into doing this myself do you know where i can find full how to fully take apart the slide and the receiver to prep and paint it? Any info would be great thank you so much.

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    Nice first pistol! You started out right, but then again, I tend to be a little bias when it comes to Beretta pistols.

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    For best work, have someone else who does it full time do it. Trust me. First attempt doesn't always come out perfect from what I have read

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    Very nice first gun, enjoy and have lots of fun with it.

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    New beretta owner! !

    Thanks guys again for the great info I'm still having some trouble finding out more about these compacts I heard beretta didn't even bother telling people they made them and Beretta USA doesn't acknowledge they were even made until recently with the new release of the compact. i still don't know why this gun is this color and Im trying to find Out also who makes a good inside the waist holster? I work as a gun range officer and I carry my 92f in a Blackhawks holster but I also want to conceal carry and holster ideas guys? Any info would be great thanks again sorry for replying so late lost my phone. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis92fsc View Post
    Thanks guys again for the great info I'm still having some trouble finding out more about these compacts I heard beretta didn't even bother telling people they made them and Beretta USA doesn't acknowledge they were even made until recently with the new release of the compact. i still don't know why this gun is this color and Im trying to find Out also who makes a good inside the waist holster? I work as a gun range officer and I carry my 92f in a Blackhawks holster but I also want to conceal carry and holster ideas guys? Any info would be great thanks again sorry for replying so late lost my phone. Lol
    Nice first purchase brohymn! You got a really good deal. I bought my first semi-auto of the Beretta selection myself. PX4 Storm 9mm Full size edition and I'm pleasantly happy to put it lightly.

    You did well my friend and welcome to the board!

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    New beretta owner! !

    Thank you soo much ! Yes I helped sell a lot of the Px series berettas at the gun store I work at In Philly and everyone who owns one has nothing but good things to say about those storms good luck with your purchase I've been having great luck with mine! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis92fsc View Post
    Thank you soo much ! Yes I helped sell a lot of the Px series berettas at the gun store I work at In Philly and everyone who owns one has nothing but good things to say about those storms good luck with your purchase I've been having great luck with mine! Lol
    Philly? Sure hope you are a Flyers fan too

    I'm headed up that way for the Flyers Carnival soon.

    Anyway, now that you have had the gun a couple of months - I hope you enjoy shooting it.

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