The photos represent the average condition of these Beretta 96D police trades,
all of which are in excellent mechanical condition.
I bought one at $279.99, and figured even after $25 transfer it isnt a bad deal on a beat up, nearly worn out Beretta 96, and I was wrong. It turns out it was a fantastic deal on a very nice gun. The gun and all three mags are all in very good condition. It is a police trade-in, and isnt in new condition, but it is far from beat up or worn out. The finish is much better than expected, very minor visible wear, a few small scratches, but much, much nicer than the M9s I dealt with in the Army. To make the deal even better, the gun came exactly the way I wanted it. I wanted a Beretta with night sites and good grips, it came with Trijicon night sights and Hougue grips, the grips are actually the only part that shows signifcant wear, probably because the rubber Houge Grips are so much softer than the plastic factory grips. If you are expecting a brand new gun, this deal isnt for you, your local gun dealer will gladly sell you one for $600-700.