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Back in 1987 I purchased a Beretta 92 FCW because I felt the government was about to outlaw semi automatics. I forgot about it until this afternoon when I was going through my gun safe. Still new, unshot and in original box with all the papers. What is the FCW mean and does this handgun have any value. My paperwork says I paid $650 back in Kansas.
 

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Does your pistol have wooden grips, 13 shot magazines and a 4.3 inch barrel?

If so, I believe the F stands for double/single action, the C for compact, and the W for wood grips.

If not, I'm at a loss.

I know that the F stands for double/single action.

I know the stands for wooden grips.

I'm not sure about the C.

The blue book of gun values lists the 92F compact with wooden grips in 100% condition for $570.00
 
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