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Wilson modified 92FS Compact Inox with Rail. Frame cerekoted Elite Midnight, all parts high polish Titanium Nitride coated by Brazen Firearms, all components and springs done by Wilson, including Fiber Optic Front sight. Palmetto Leather Brown Alligator holster, custom for CMR206 Green Laser.

Receipts exceeding $3k

Never fired, brand new. Ordered as a show piece for grandfather, he passed while work was being done. Parts list available. 

Trade or sell, no rush, willing to meet for inspection. Must have TN Carry Permit 

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Upgraded parts list:

1. G Decocker 

2. Wilson Mag guide

3. Wilson Short reach trigger

4. Wilson Flat spring guide rod kit

5. Wilson Elite Hammer

6. Wilson Trigger Bar

7. NP3 Sear and Trigger spring Bar

8. Wilson Chrome Spring kit (all springs changed)

9. +50% Wilson Extractor spring

10. Wilson Extended Mag Release

11. Front sight milled by Wilson for fiber optic, includes both red and green tubes

12. Wilson rear Battlesight

Brazen Firearms Polished Titanium Nitride parts

1. Barrel and Barrel block

2. Mag guide and Extended Mag Release, mag guide pin

3. Extractor pin, rod, bar, sear release, extractor guide

4. Slide release, slide lock, trigger pin, hammer pin, trigger bar, trigger, Elite Hammer

5. Firing pin, firing pin block, firing pin plunger

Everything excluding the bare frame, which was Cerekoted in Elite Midnight Black for lubricity, and the bare slide which is Inox Stainless steel was mirror polished and coated by Brazen.

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I am open to multiple gun trades, for pistols, rifles, shotguns. I fully understand that this is a unique piece, and that the average person would not have made this type of investment.

Trade value I will set at $2500, even though I have much more invested,  so please do not be unrealistic with your offer.

Cash $2200,  that is based on the following thought process, if you purchased the gun new with tax it would be $700, the Crimson Trace green laser is $200, the holster is $300, the replacement parts are close to $1000, so all the polish and Titanium Nitride coating you would be getting free.  Go to the Brazen Firearms sight, and add up all the polished parts, plus Cerekote and you will see the savings.

I also have 2 additional sets of grips, Hogue and Beretta Walnut grips, it will also include 2 of the new Beretta mag extensions +2 rounds.

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Your Grandfather must have been very special to you.  Sorry for your loss.  I really like the gun, not sure I have enough trades for you but I will take stock in the next week if the gun is still available.

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The attention to detail and effort, nothing model specific. He would have never asked for anything, but deserved far more than what could have been done.

The gun is beautiful, just not for me, call it wrong size, or wrong emotions. This will make someone else very happy. 

 

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