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ryang
06-09-2008, 8:22 PM
I have a Beretta 92F in 9mm. It's an alloy frame with steel slide. Completely stock, in perfect working condition, no dings or nicks outside normal wear and tear. Included in this sale are 9 factory hi-cap mag bodies (15 round capacity) that were purchased prior to the ban, one Kramer mahogany horsehide paddle holster and one Kramer mahogany dual mag pouch. Asking $800 OBO for everything. Sorry but I don't want to part them out; it's an all or nothing deal. FTF at an FFL in SF bay area only. PM me if interested or for more details.
http://www.hi-impact.org/ryang/sekrit/92fa.jpg
http://www.hi-impact.org/ryang/sekrit/92fb.jpg
http://www.hi-impact.org/ryang/sekrit/92fc.jpg
http://www.hi-impact.org/ryang/sekrit/92fd.jpg

wutzu
06-10-2008, 12:07 AM
Why don't you keep the preban mags? Anyone who needs a rebuild kit can get them online, any LEO can get mags through their department. You, however, can't get any more preban mags.

Nice looking pistol.

bisonthecruiser
06-10-2008, 2:33 PM
Where in Bay Area are you looking to do the transfer?

Thanks!

Adam

domokun
06-10-2008, 4:51 PM
I believe the sale or transfer of the pre-ban high capacity magazines with the Baretta 92F is illegal as per the following section of the California Penal code:

12020. (a) Any person in this state who does any of the following is punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year or in the state prison:
(2) Commencing January 1, 2000, manufactures or causes to be manufactured, imports into the state, keeps for sale, or offers or exposes for sale, or who gives, or lends, any large-capacity magazine.

Please correct me if my understanding of the law is incorrect.

scotthmt
06-10-2008, 5:10 PM
I believe the sale or transfer of the pre-ban high capacity magazines with the Baretta 92F is illegal as per the following section of the California Penal code:



Please correct me if my understanding of the law is incorrect.


I believe he is selling them with the gun as "rebuild Kits' for anyone who already owns some preban mags that need a part or two.

devjunk762
06-10-2008, 5:36 PM
Domokun,

These are rebuild kits... The buyer stated this fact- it's up to the buyer to comply with all laws. :)

"Can our form of government, our system of justice, survive if one can be denied a freedom because he might abuse it?" --Harlon Carter

Cheers!

ryang
06-10-2008, 6:32 PM
Why don't you keep the preban mags? Anyone who needs a rebuild kit can get them online, any LEO can get mags through their department. You, however, can't get any more preban mags.I thought about it long and hard, but I just don't shoot the 92F any more. I have other toys that I bring for range time, and selling this (and the ParaOrd P12 I posted a few weeks back) would allow me to buy more upgrades for the stuff I do shoot. I've been thinking about a 10/22 conversion to .17HM2...

wutzu
06-11-2008, 9:10 PM
I thought about it long and hard, but I just don't shoot the 92F any more. I have other toys that I bring for range time, and selling this (and the ParaOrd P12 I posted a few weeks back) would allow me to buy more upgrades for the stuff I do shoot. I've been thinking about a 10/22 conversion to .17HM2...

It's your call, and good luck with your sale (Pistol looks great), but I'd think long and hard before parting with pre-ban mags, since they're irreplaceable.
ETA: If you're mentioning your mags to generate discussion and thus free bumps...well played, sir.

ryang
06-11-2008, 11:48 PM
ETA: If you're mentioning your mags to generate discussion and thus free bumps...well played, sir.Thanks, but that wasn't the intention. If I was trying to game things then I'd wait at least a day before posting any replies, and I'd reply to each and every post.