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      Junior Member CHICAGO TYPEWRITER's Avatar
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      American or Itallian?

      Any real resale value in between the American made or Itallian made?

      Buying either a Inox American made or a Black Itallian made. What is the better gun?

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      No discernible difference. You could get an Italian for sentimental value, but there's no gap in the quality between Italian and American.

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      Update......I got a used 92 Inox with about 50 rounds through it for $400. Looks brand new. No scrapes or such. Came with everything. including paper box and all papers and lock. I've not fired it yet.

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      150+ rounds absolutely trouble free! Perfection. I'm VERY pleased with my purchase and now a huge Beretta fan, except now I also want a 96!

      http://img242.imageshack.us/slidesho...792186sgm.smil
      Last edited by CHICAGO TYPEWRITER; 06-04-2007 at 01:50 PM.

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      nice

      thanks for the slide show! nice lookin beretta!

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      Thats a really nice looking gun, much better than the blued/black ones I'm used to seeing. Nice presentation too.

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      Quote Originally Posted by CHICAGO TYPEWRITER View Post
      Any real resale value in between the American made or Itallian made?

      Buying either a Inox American made or a Black Itallian made. What is the better gun?

      italian all the way!
      if u had a choice.........

      the sales guy whom i bought my 92fs italian beretta even says so..!

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      I've found the Italian models maintain a higher resale. I think it's due to an implied higher level of quality control.

      Just my $.02

      YMMV

      BTW, you got a smoking deal on that INOX 92. I have one as well (Italian, of course )
      Schwazche

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      I had a stainless Italian 92 which I was told was of more value for that fact, but I really don't know.

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