5 years ago#1
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Beretta-mod 950 B 22cal. short. what is the value??

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5 years ago#2
pd
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what is the value of my beretta model 950 b-cal 22, serial number c81562, tipo flobert, made in italy

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5 years ago#3
Joegunn96
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Very good = $215.00 , $250.00 in excellent condition.
This model was known as the Jetfire in the U.S.

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4 years ago#4
guest
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I have a beretta model 950b tipo flobert sn H02265
' need to know value.

thanks

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4 years ago#5
minx owner
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the model is the MINX....the Jetfire is the .25ACP version

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4 years ago#6
SiliconSorcerer
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I think the prices Joegunn96 are spot on but as mention it is the minx. I saw a like new one for $125 and grabbed it!

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4 years ago#7
mOUSE
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I Have A Beretta 950.BS-.22Short with Janis Joplin Engraved on the left side of slide the pistol is in as new cond.You will never believe how I happen to run across this gun. Tell me how to tell the age of this Pistol by SER.#,THAT WILL TELL ME WHAT I HAVE

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4 years ago#8
SiliconSorcerer
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Impossible as far as I know by serial number, but perhaps by the DATE CODE
There's two letters stamped on it by the trigger if it's 1975 or later before that it was roman numerals stamped in various placed. It starts off with AA for 75, then AB, but that pattern shortly stops with excluded letters.

Not my specialty but I know I have the list buried somewhere...

Engraved professionally any other engraving?

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4 years ago#9
po3boy
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i just bought one of the streets for 100 dollars. and it works excellent i love this gun.

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4 years ago#10
kcbuck
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The Beretta Model 950B/Jetfire is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $250.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $215.00 USD
Good Cond: $145.00 USD
Hope this helps you out,
kcbuck

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4 years ago#11
SiliconSorcerer
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If I found another for $100 I'd buy it too! It is!

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4 years ago#12
kcbuck
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I would depending upon the condition. If it's only in good condition you're only making $45.00 USD if you sell it for what it's worth....

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4 years ago#13
Kyle
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I have this model and there are three different types of stamps along the frame just above the trigger...

Roman Numerals: XVI
a small star with PSF stamped below
and what looks like a coat of arms stamp just above the other two.

The coat of arms stamp is also on the barrel.

The Serial number is C39873

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4 years ago#14
accorde89
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you got an exelent value. they go forbetween 300 and 350. an excelent gun. i own one myself. fits right in my pocket. ive put hundresd of round through it and did not jam once. plenty of stopping power. load with hollows and dont thik twice. great little pocket gun. probably one of the few .25 cal's worth anything.

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4 years ago#15
chris
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i just payed 100.00 for a beretta mod 950 .22 short and tryin to find a silencer for it and i cant and its made in italy also. it has the outside threads at the end of the barrel

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4 years ago#16
kcbuck
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Silencers are against the law in the US. Good luck finding one and be careful when buying it.

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4 years ago#17
SiliconSorcerer
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Well in some states they are outlawed, but certainly not all. They are however FEDERAL Class III devices and require a registration and a $200 fee.

I've never seen a "factory" threaded 950, not sure they were made. Does it have a special fat barrel, standard threading would be 1/2 28 and has been for a long time. I don't think they have enough meat on a standard barrel for that. Would like to see a picture of that!!!

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3 years ago#18
demilsoft
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They are not against the law in all states. For example they are legal with the license fee and and sheriff approval.

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3 years ago#19
JWRYE
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I have a Beretta Model 950 BS-22 Short also in like new condition with holster. SN: BER 90096T. Do you know approximately how much mine is worth?

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3 years ago#20
SiliconSorcerer
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They may list for higher but I see them for sale in mint condition for $125-135, if I get them to $100 I buy it. I think I have 3 of them now. I guess the holster is probably worth a few bucks as well, don't have one of those.

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3 years ago#21
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hello,,i agree with silicon on this one ,,some people think because it says beretta on it it's gotta be valuable ,,but what they don't realise is the market is tough right now and book prices are just guides ,,ya gotta go to gunshows and auctions to get a feel of actual values people are asking and actually getting outa any given gun,,i see them with price tags of 150-200 and never even give them a second look because there priced at top dollar ,,and i'm not looking at it as something i gotta have ,,someday i may want to sell it and if i pay top dollar for it then i'm wasteing my money on something i may or may not even be able to recoup the cash i spent on it ,,so ya gotta look around these days with the economy like it is.. ya gotta rethink how bad ya need it ..
bigcurt

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2 years ago#22
dozer 316 mud
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id like to know if the beretta 22 short i want to buy has a clean record how do i find out

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2 years ago#23
SiliconSorcerer
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Running it through a FFL is your best bet, but that's no guarantee. Actually the seller can call the feds (without being a FFL) saying he's selling and AT A GUNSHOW, if you not at the show they won't run it $2.

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2 years ago#24
espaƱolin
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donde puedo comprar una Beretta-Mod 950 B 22cal. Short?

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2 years ago#25
Ted
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The Roman numeral mark of XVI is the same as on mine and it means it was produced in 1960. I purchased mine brand new in 1962, in San Diego, from Sears ans Roebuck and have had it ever since. It probably hasn't had more than about thirty rounds fired from it.

I once came across a site somewhere on the Internet that had a complete chart of such information.

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12 months ago#26
Billy Dickerson
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What is your location? Would you be interested in another one?

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12 months ago#27
MingoFrank
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Billy Dickerson wrote:
What is your location? Would you be interested in another one?




You've managed to make a vague request to sell a gun on a thread that spans 4 ( four) years with over a dozen different contributors on a site that PROHIBITS THE BUYING AND SELLING OF FIREARMS.

You might want to read the rules and learn how to read posts.
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12 months ago#28
Billy Dickerson
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I'm sorry I did not know about the rules.

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1 day ago#29
RHK
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I have a Minx m2 that I bought on Guam in 1966. It has a Roman numeral stamp by the hammer of XXIII. Does that mean it was manufactured in 1923? It was made in Italy.

Never mind, I figured it out. I bought it in 1967 by the receipt. Gun was manufactured in 1967.

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