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    Beretta!

    I guess add me to the list of folks that jumped on one of the Beretta 81 Police surplus pistols in 32 ACP. The primary incentive I keep seeing matches mine...because I wanted one. I'm please with the condition. Typical wear on the finish with a few tiny rust blems. Riling is good though. Shoots well. Since ordering I noticed that Gander mountain has the 81 BB model with has a few more serrations on the slide and an improved sight but I don't know what that means specifically. Cost runs in the $210 to $230 Range. I bought mine at Classic Firearms.

    I haven't cleaned it up yet so I'm sure the finish will improved with some Hoppes, Kroil and some 0000 steel wool. Your move Czechbikr.




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    Good looking Police trade in, thanks for sharing.
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    You guys are KILLING me...congrats on your new pistol. I just spent 21 bucks on some safety parts for my CZ 83. I love that pistol and I am still reticent about moving into another caliber...dies, projectiles...more magazines at 30 bucks a pop. If I could fine a Beretta at surplus prices that was chambered in 380 Auto I would be hard pressed to pass it up. The Beretta 81B...who knows? Maybe some day...when they cost a hundo more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    You guys are KILLING me...congrats on your new pistol. I just spend 21 bucks on some safety parts for my CZ 83. I love that pistol and I am still reticent about moving into another caliber...dies, projectiles...more magazines at 30 bucks a pop. If I could fine a Beretta at surplus prices that was chambered in 380 Auto I would be hard pressed to pass it up. The Beretta 81B...who knows? Maybe some day...when they cost a hundo more...
    No no no, not b but BB that's the one. Half cock trigger block, cock and lock controls. No need for decocker (F,FS) as soon as you let go of the trigger and it resets, the hammer/ firing pin is blocked. You can let the hammer fall safely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    You guys are KILLING me...congrats on your new pistol. I just spend 21 bucks on some safety parts for my CZ 83. I love that pistol and I am still reticent about moving into another caliber...dies, projectiles...more magazines at 30 bucks a pop. If I could fine a Beretta at surplus prices that was chambered in 380 Auto I would be hard pressed to pass it up. The Beretta 81B...who knows? Maybe some day...when they cost a hundo more...
    Yeah I have resisted a new caliber for quite a long time now. I'm always wanted a 32 though so I'll get set up for it. Then it only makes sense to buy another gun!

    Yeah I wish the magazines were $30. They run around fifty if you're lucky enough to find one. Think I'll live with one for a while.
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    I will speak well of both the Beretta 81 and the CZ83. Good pistols those.

    My 81 I got back as few years ago and would not sell or trade for anything in the world. The same can be said for the CZ. AIM Surplus has two versions for sale. https://aimsurplus.com/beretta-model...l-select-grade Giving them a gander.

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    Beretta does have a BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBB 81 model. You'd have to be crazy to pass on that model.

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    I’m sitting on an old Beretta or CZ in 9X18 Makarov. Just for the cool factor.
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    It's those Bare-ettas you gotta be careful of. Get your dang blammed minds out of da gutter yous preverts!! If not then report to the VIRTUAL DUNGEON at say.... 7ish a.m. .

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    Great pickup, I love my new 81.
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