Beretta tomcat inox?

Beretta tomcat inox?

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    Beretta tomcat inox?

    I've always liked these small berettas and was looking at an inox tomcat today and really liked it. I've also read of problems with this model most commonly cracked slides and frames,is this an issue with all tomcat models or just the blued alloy framed ones?
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    I had a Tomcat, blued, that was developing a crack in the trigger guard on the top front. Less than 40 rounds. I don't know about any of the other Berettas.... That was the first and last one I'll buy.........
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    Maybe go to the Beretta forum. It is covered extensively over there. I believe it is only the blued models.

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    The frame on by blued version cracked in half after less than 60 rounds. Beretta's customer service sucked and now I pretty much have a paperweight. I won't buy or reccomend them to anyone.

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    A friend has one, had it about a year but he rarely shoots his. i will let him know about the problem. Also does Beretta CS still suck, he has been thinking about a px4?
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    I saw one of these in my local gun shop today. THe cool wood grips caught my eye. Interesting little piece.. The older one (SA type) with wood grips was $200, and they sell the newer one (DA) w/ polymer grips for $275..

    Sucks to hear of the issues, I thought it felt like a pretty sweet little player. I'd like to have a small .22lr plinking handgun.
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    My son and I bought stainless models at a gun show. Mine worked flawlessly, his jammed once or twice each magazine. Eventually, we both sold ours and neither one of us ever regretted it.

    Although mine was reliable, it was only .32 cal. and weighed as much as an Airweight, and it was chunky. It felt like a rock if you tried to pocket carry it.
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    Bummer. I bid on one of these late last night (an a whim) and am the current winner. Guess I could always trade it off, but I've always liked the idea of this little .32; it kind of reminds me of old movies and Ray Chandler.

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    The INOX version has a thicker slide. The "cracking" issue is usually with the thinner blued slides.

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