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Everything posted by luvmyberetta

  1. Bump. Now $675 with everything or $650 with the two original factory magazines.
  2. +1. Unfortunately, the Stoeger Cougar has been discontinued just like the older Beretta version & parts are no longer being produced. Numrich, Brownell's, & a few other have limited parts available, but mags are getting really hard to locate. I picked up some all metal guide rod/recoil assemblies (before they switched to plastic guide rods), D springs, trigger springs, etc. for mine a few years ago for my parts box. I'll probably never shoot them enough to have to replace those parts, but it's better to have extras than not. Extra mags are a must.....
  3. I've owned several Beretta Cougars in 9 mm, .40, .45 & currently have a full size 8045 & 8000 Mini. The 8045 is my main choice for carry. I've never had a failure from any of them & they're all very smooth shooters. Parts are starting to dry up for the Cougar series, but they're extremely easy to work on & modify. Depending on the specific trade I wouldn't hesitate a minute to grab one. My only advice is to make sure you only use Beretta brand mags unless you want an expensive paper weight. Keep us informed & be sure to post some pics if you grab it.
  4. I've never carried either of these & they're just collecting dust. Both are group 2 size & will fit most double stack magazines. The only mags I've tried that won't fit are the house brick mags the full size USP 45 uses. They both have hook & loop closure. The double mag pouch can be carried vertically or horizontally. Even though the lighting I used makes them look grayish in the photo, both are solid black. $22 for the double & $15 for the single. I'l consider offers if anyone is interested in both. Prices include shipping, tracking, & insurance. PаyPаl "friends & family" or U.S. Postal money orders. PM with any questions or offers. Located in Scott County.
  5. I'm looking for a flat inox hammer spring cap for my M9A1 compact inox. Mine has the lanyard loop, but I'd like the flush fit version instead. Like the one below, but for a compact with an inox finish.
  6. The only two-tone pistol I have at the moment is a special edition Ruger SR9. It's in another thread.
  7. A few years ago I picked up this nickel plated model 83 for my wife. We love the look & feel of it & it has a nice heft, which helps a lot with the .380's snappiness. We haven't put many rounds through it at all so I can't speak either way of it's reliability, but they're easy to work on & you can replace every spring & most parts for a few dollars.

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