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?
No discernible difference. You could get an Italian for sentimental value, but there's no gap in the quality between Italian and American.
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.
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!
Last edited by CHICAGO TYPEWRITER; 06-04-2007 at 02:50 PM.
thanks for the slide show! nice lookin beretta!
Thats a really nice looking gun, much better than the blued/black ones I'm used to seeing. Nice presentation too.
Originally Posted by CHICAGO TYPEWRITER
italian all the way!
if u had a choice.........
the sales guy whom i bought my 92fs italian beretta even says so..!
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
BTW, you got a smoking deal on that INOX 92. I have one as well (Italian, of course )
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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