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    Beretta 92FS Golden...

    I just acquired a Beretta 92FS Golden from a pawn shop for $650. The original buyer never sent in his warranty card but did fill it out. He paid $1,000 for it in April 1994. For a 17 year old gun, it is in almost perfect condition. My Px4 Storm, only four years old has more wear. I was wondering what might be the value of such a piece. Beretta's collector's website only says it is very rare but I did see two on the Guns America website, one for $850 and another for $1300. I'll try to get some pictures posted but as I said, it's just about as perfect a gun can be for 17 years old. I shot 50 rounds through it the other day and it did look like it was fired before I bought it because it was slightly dirty in the breach and barrel. All the original paperwork looks like it's still in the case and the case and outer cardboard box are still present.
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    It is to be observed that Right of Self-Defence, arises directly and immediately from the Care of our own Preservation, which Nature recommends to every one. . . , and that this right is so primary, that it cannot be denied on the basis that it is not "expressly set forth.

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    It is to be observed that Right of Self-Defence, arises directly and immediately from the Care of our own Preservation, which Nature recommends to every one. . . , and that this right is so primary, that it cannot be denied on the basis that it is not "expressly set forth.

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    Try a tiny bit of Simichrome on a clean cloth
    and those scratches will disappear.

    Just be careful you don't erase the text.

    I did it on a 1988 PPK and a Seecamp and they look just like new.

    If you have a brushed finish, try a green Scotchbrite pad.
    Go slow.

    None like it on Davidson's or gunbroker.
    I'd say you got a nice deal.

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    Pretty gun!
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    Thumbs up

    That looks like a keeper.
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    Great looking Beretta...hang on to it!
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    That is a rare gun, I've never seen one in person. As for what its worth... what ever you can get somebody to pay for it. In this economy, the book value means little and gun broker is about as fickle as can be.
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    Beautiful gun!
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    Beautiful gun - wait til you see how it shoots! Incredible! (If you plan on shooting it). Never heard of a "Golden". You should post this on the Beretta Forum. They'll know it's value.

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