Video: New Shipment Of Surplus Beretta 92S 9mm Pistols
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Hey everybody. Ben with Classic Firearms here. Today is Monday, August the 29th. I want to tell you about a new shipment of Beretta 92S pistols that we've just received. You can see some of the crates that they're in here. Really nice surplus pistols. These were Italian police or military trade ins. It is the 92S, so it's one of the earlier types.
Has the mag release here on the bottom rather than at the trigger guard. Otherwise pretty much just like the M9s that you're familiar with, and the 92Fs. Safety is here. Very smooth actions as you can see. It actually releases really easily. Mags are dropped free. Let me give you a little sampling of the pistols that we have. This particular shipment came in these really cool crates.
Now I know some of you folks are going to be calling and asking can you get the crate. Miss Jordan has already claimed dibs on this crate. It looks like something that came over on the Titanic, doesn't it folks? The old time luggage. I know Jordan has a trip planned for this fall over to England. She's going to be going by ship, and she's going to have her manservant drag these things on along with all her clothes and shoes, possible her cat. You're taking the cat right Jordan? [inaudible 00:01:24] Very good.
She's laughing behind the camera. I'm going to catch the proverbial heck when we're done with filming here. Anyway, a nice lot of 92s. The last ones we got were pre-boughts for the most part. These came just stacked in the crates. Now a lot of times people ask us, why don't you take greater care of the firearms? Honestly, we have respect for firearms. We do try to take care of them. As you can see, this is the way they come from the importer. They're just all piled in there on top of one another.
Overall, a very nice group of guns. Let's look in one more, over here Jordan, to get an overall representation. These are classified from the importer as good, very good. I would say that's true for the most part that we've seen. You're going to see some handling marks. You're going to see some scuffs where they've been up against one another. Functionally, very, very nice. A lot of pistols.
If you'll follow me we've got a couple more. These came in wooden crates. We'll take a look at a few more. The last time we got these Berettas they sold out very quickly. Standard 9mm Luger Parabellum. 15 round magazines. Some after market mags fit, some after market mags do not fit. I want to show you the difference. I want to show you some mag options that we have. We're going to cut. I'm going to go grab a couple of mags, and we'll be right back.
All right folks, we're back. Let me tell you about the extra mag options on these. We carry a couple of different kind of Beretta mags here. One is the Korean made mag. Great mag, does not work with the 92S pistol, it only works with the M9 variations and the FSs. The only cutaway is high in the grip section. A mag fro this pistol needs to have the retaining notch at the bottom of the magazine, as you can see here.
Now, fortunately I got to hand it to the people as ProMag. We carry ProMag. This is the ProMag Flush Fit 17 round mag. They did their latch lock both for the M9 style and fro the 92S style here at the bottom. As you can see, the ProMag fits beautifully. We have run a dry test through this and actually fed rounds. We've been outside and fed the rounds through flawlessly. They drop free as you can see.
We also have the extended capacity. I believe this one is a 32 round mag. Again, it locks beautifully. You can see from the inside of the chamber, you can see the mag feed lips up in there. Again, it is a drop free mag. Additional mags, if you're buying the gun, you want to get additional mags with it, we do offer the ProMag in the 17 round and the 32 round. Both work very well.
Come take a look at these pistols folks. They won't last long. We always sell out before we can get more. The Beretta 92S. Nice little pistol. We appreciate you shopping with us. As always, come check us out at www.ClassicFirearms.com.