Beretta 92 fs with 93r stock

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  1. bdsmguru

    bdsmguru New Member

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    I have a semi-automatic Beretta 92fs, I've seen the 93r and love it. I know that I'll have to pay the short barrel rifle tax stamp, $200, but that isn't my issue.. I can't find the stock anywhere. Would anyone happen to know where i could find something like that?
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    I believe the 93R is 3 round burst. A true 93 would come with the stock.
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    bdsmguru New Member

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    I know that the raffica is 3 round burst, which is out of the question for me to own. Basically what I want is a semi-automatic look a like. Someone had told me that the 92fs and 93r are basically the same gun with the exception of the 3 round burst internals, so I thought maybe I could just buy the stock.
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    Attaching the stock and ''someone seeing it on there when you fire it'' would make it a short barreled rifle subject to ATF guidelines.
  5. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    Read the first post.
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    The problem is the 93r stock is not just going to fit on a 92fs, you will have to have the frame machined.
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    +1 Alpo, tiring..
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