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    Lot of Two (2) Beretta Models 92 Steel I & 92F Semi-Automatic Pistols. (1) Serial no. ST00214, 9mm, 4.9" barrel, nickel alloy finish, all steel, plastic grips, double action, ambidextrous safety (de-cocking lever), 3-dot fixed sights, with one 10-shot magazine, manual, cleaning brush and factory plastic case, in Beretta cardboard box. MSR $1600. (2) Serial no. K00012Z, 9mm, 4.9" barrel, matt-black Bruniton finish, plastic grips, alloy frame with steel slide, ambidextrous safety (de-cocking lever), fixed sights, loaded chamber indicator, with two 15-shot magazines, manual, cleaning brush and factory plastic case, in Beretta cardboard box. MSR $625.

    Condition: As new in factory boxes. Bores are bright, actions are crisp.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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