Beretta Model 70
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    Beretta Model 70

    I ran across a Beretta Model 70 today in .32 caliber for $200. The dealer says it was made in the '70s. Anyone know anything about these?

    Would it be worth owning?

    Fun to shoot?


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    If its in good shape - I'd get it if ya like it.

    I used to have a Beretta Model 90 - looked like a PPK. Had to give it back to the ex when we got divorced, as it belonged to her family. It was a 32 as well.

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    There were several model 70's made in the 50's. u said a .32 cl. If it looks good and shoots , u have a very good gun with a very good price. Would u know if this dealer were u bought has any .22lr mags for the 8 round magazine used o several model 70's. thanks

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    The great northwest
    Have a mod 70 T in .380, had it for years still a fun shooter, but not my first choice for carry.

    Shhot safe and have fun


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