Does anybody know the value of a Helwan 9mm auto handgun? It was made in Egypt and imported by Inter Arms of Alexandria, Va.
the helwan was the egyptian model patterened after the beretta brigadeer model 1951 and current values range from 175 good -250 excellent ,,mabey a little more if extra nice,,there were many imported into this country about 10 years ago ..but it seems as though they have dryed up and collectors value has rizen on them ,,when they first hit the shores they could be had for around a hundred bucks,,they seem to function and feel like the newer 92 models ,,which i beleive the 92 was patterened after with the addition of higher capacity mags wells ,,dealers won't pay much more than 100-150 for them,,there a well made pistol and finish is pretty good for a military pistol..
I just bought one and I need new grips for it, where can I find them?
Bob, Jax FL
try gunparts corp look under berreta bridadeer,,they should be the same ..and i think they have them..the shop i used to work at ordered parts for one about 2 months ago..i'll try and get ya a link up before i go to bed ,,heres a link to gunparts and the grips ,,there out of the originals but these are supposed to be replacement grips ,,give them a call and talk to them on the inerchangability http://www.e-gunparts.com/product.asp?
hello i have a 1951 HELWAN 9mm it is a good gun can i sale it and where
The Interarms Helwan Brigadier is valued at $175.00 USD in good condition. You can post it for sale here in our "Classified Forum" and if you don't get any bites, you can list it on;
i have one with some kind of writing on it, could by egyptian. it also says "steyr, secaucus, nj." does anyone know wut this means?
do you still your helwan gun for sell
If you want to get I will take it I think that they are great guns for around the farm or a fun day of shooting
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My fault I am new here please disregard