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The (Very) Little Beretta 950 Jetfire

4 Responses to The (Very) Little Beretta 950 Jetfire

  1. Jack Fucile says:

    Sir: Recently I lost the magazine for my Beretta 950 .250 pistol. I love this little gun and so does my wife. I think your article on it is great and full of information and I deem you are full of knowledge on its operations. I am looking for a .25 mag. as you can guess. I was wondering if you could give me any info where I might obtain one? Any leads would be of great help to me. Thanks for reading this note.

    Regards,
    Jack Fucile

    • Angus says:

      My first look would be with Numrich gun parts, and then Brownells. Last I checked, they were in stock with Numrich, but this was almost a couple years ago. Good luck!

  2. Really cool gun, I have one and it is my favorite concealed carry.

  3. Michael Case says:

    This is for me the best small gun ever made. Really easy to carry and really easy to use and very reliable.

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