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5 years ago #1
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how much is a beretta model 948 (1955) .22LR pistol worth?

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5 years ago #2
John B. Scholz
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Do you have this pistol and if so are you interested in selling it? If so is it in very good to excellent condition?

I have an interest in finding one. I was taught by my father to shoot with this pistol back in the late '40's early '50's. I collect pistols from this era.

John Scholz

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5 years ago #3
phillips
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I was trying to get a price for a friend of mine who owns the pistol. He has since died and his son now has it. Sorry!

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5 years ago #4
David
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John

I was researching my own Beretta and found your inquiry. I have owned a model 948 made in 1953 for about 15 years now. I purchased it from a dealer after looking at it and liking the way it feels in my hand. It has been cleaned regularly and always stored in a pouch. I just took it to another dealer to find a holster for it because I just got my conceal/carry license. This person told me that he had never seen one in the excellent condition of mine and wanted to buy it. I didn't sell but as I have been looking for a holster, I have come across several 9mm guns that I am interested in. I would sell my Beretta to you if you are interested. I live in Oklahoma and my email address is <email> . If you would like to talk, please email me and we can set up a phone call. Thanks.

David

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5 years ago #5
Ralph3796
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I have Two Beretta's; one a 1934 mfg in 1937 and a 948 mfg in 1950.

The 948 (.22) is very good shape with some bluing missing on the alloy around the Safety. Other than that; it appears not to have been shot. Bore is execlent and no noticable evidence of having a shell in the barrel.

The 1934 Italian Army mfg in 1937 has the Army decal stamp, very little ware and also less bluing around the Safety. There are some piting around the Safety, Small one on the left Slide and otherwise this gun is in very good shape.

Both are tight and have not been used much at all.

I am interested in selling both of these together; as they have the same weight, frame and look identical, except for the barrel opening.

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5 years ago #6
kcbuck
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The Beretta Model 948 is valued at $300.00 USD in very good condition and $200.00 USD in good condition.
Hope this helps,
kcbuck
If selling, try <gunbroker.com> as I have had excellent results from the. If no interested parties here....

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5 years ago #7
David
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Thanks for the info. I appreciate it very much.

David

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4 years ago #8
bass player
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Please let me know what you are wanting for the 948. I bought one at a gun show about ten years ago. love it. dave <phone> .

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4 years ago #9
kcbuck
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The Beretta Model 948 is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $350.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $300.00 USD
Good Cond: $200.00 USD
Hope this helps you out,
kcbuck

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4 years ago #10
PapaJack
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Wiz,

I have a 1956 Beretta 948 with both the 6" and 3" barrels. I lost the original 3" barrel that had a sight on it. The 3" barrel I bought online said it was genuine Beretta, but it did not have the sight. Regardless it fit well and shoots well and the color match was perfect. This gun was purchased in Italy in the late 50's by my father who was in the Navy at the time. It has always been taken care of and was passed to me (his son) after he died. It is in excellent shape, and I cannot believe the accuracy of the 6" barrel. You would think you were shooting a rifle. Again, do you have an estimated value for insurance reasons for the 948 with both barrels.

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4 years ago #11
PapaJack
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Wiz,

I have a 1956 Beretta 948 with both the 6" and 3" barrels. I lost the original 3" barrel that had a sight on it. The 3" barrel I bought online said it was genuine Beretta, but it did not have the sight. Regardless it fit well and shoots well and the color match was perfect. This gun was purchased in Italy in the late 50's by my father who was in the Navy at the time. It has always been taken care of and was passed to me (his son) after he died. It is in excellent shape, and I cannot believe the accuracy of the 6" barrel. You would think you were shooting a rifle. Again, do you have an estimated value for insurance reasons for the 948 with both barrels.

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4 years ago #12
kcbuck
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The Beretta Model 948 is valued at $350.00 USD and I would add $75.00 for the extra barrel.
Hope this helps you out,
kcbuck

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4 years ago #13
jim f
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how much is it worth

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4 years ago #14
David B
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I have spoken to a handful of people now that all come in the same vicinity on price. My gun is in very good condition and the concensus says it is worth about $350 plus. Let me know if you would like to talk more. Thanks.

David

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4 years ago #15
grandps
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I own a model 948 22lr made in 1957.
Does anyone know where I can get extra clips?

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4 years ago #16
David
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Not certain if they are still available. interested

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4 years ago #17
kcbuck
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Click on the below link and scroll down to Magazines / Clips. There are a few sites listed that may have what you are looking for.

http://www.gunvaluesboard.com/gun-parts-ammo-auctions-amp-magazines-where-you-get-them-308.html

Good Luck,
kcbuck

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4 years ago #18
DAVID
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I have a Beretta Model 948 .22 caliber 22 LR. It is in good to excellent condition. It was brought back from Germany by my father after WWII.

Reply to: <email>
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

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4 years ago #19
chevelle
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What are you asking for the Beretta 948?

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4 years ago #20
D Barger
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I am asking $350 firm for mine.

David

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3 years ago #21
Charles Santos
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I have one model 948 nikle plated with a threaded barrel that i bought about 20 years ago,nd at the time i paid 275.00 for it.Hope it helps

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3 years ago #22
smit67
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Hi David, this is Mike (newbie) ,listen interested in that 948 if you still have it!?! If so let me know how I can contact you...

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3 years ago #23
DEPUTYPCT3
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I have this gun with one magazine. It was brought back from Germany by my father who was in the Air Force. I am looking to get a Glock Model 22, .40 Cal Generation 3 or 4, with at least four (4) magazines.

I can be contacted at <email> in Texas.

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3 years ago #24
ray1965
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Hi I have a 1957 P Beretta Gardone VT - Cal .22LR - Mod 948 silver plated with engraving on it. Made in Italy It has a tortose shell grip. Do you know the value of this model?

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3 years ago #25
Smit67
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Thanks Ray for thinking about me,but I've already place 1 on layaway.....

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2 years ago #26
DEPUTYPCT3
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Possibly. E-mail me at <email> . David

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2 years ago #27
ray1965
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Sorry the gun has been sold

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2 years ago #28
DEPUTYPCT3
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EMAIL ME.

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2 years ago #29
ray1965
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Again the pistol is SOLD

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1 year ago #30
Jeremy
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I have the same gun!
http://www.gunvaluesboard.com/pietro-beretta-gardone-vt-1958-354241.html

now I know that there's two of these in existence!

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