Factory Product code on this Beretta .22 LR NEOS is JU2S45B, single action semi-auto target pistol, 4 1/2 inch heavy barrel with full length picatinny or weaver type base that houses a U-shaped white outline blade, windage and elevation adjustable rear sight with black front sight blade. These pistols will accept easily replaceable front sights from Beretta with different coloration. Upper Assembly, slide and barrel are matte blue steel, with easily disassembling polymer grip frame. Mechanism features a frame mounted slide release for right-hand shooter; and a fully ambidextrous lever safety. Weight empty is a well balanced 31.7 ounces. This named model U22 NEOS pistol comes with one stainless bodied 10-round magazine. It closely follows the lines of the Classic Beretta Model 76 Target Pistol, always a strong rival to the Smith & Wesson Model 41. As far as competing with the Smith & Wesson 22-A pistols, we bet our money on the Beretta NEOS. A magnet will stick to its barrel and slide, not the case with the S&W. This specimen in the photo is one that one of area Agriculture Scientists bought new last year before his illness and death, and we do not believe he ever fired it. It is mint in its box with all its papers, lock, and equipment. Replacement pricing on these pistols in our area is upwards of $400. We're offering this one, however, for only $ 259.95. Not transferable to civilians in Massachusetts.
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