Serial numbers are required by law to be on the frame (aka receiver) On the Beretta 92, they are located on the left side of the frame, about halfway between the trigger and muzzle. Other models may have them in different locations, but always on the frame. PS- by law, the frame IS the gun- everything else is a part that CAN be replaced, but the receiver IS the gun.
You will have to call Beretta to find out.
Without a detailed description of the handgun, nothing.
You will need to call Beretta. No published data that includes that number.
You will have to call Beretta. No way to id a weapon from just the maker and sn as a rule.
You will have to contact Berreta to find out
A good handgun.
Three questions for you: Are there any letters before or after the serial number? Are the any marking on the right side of the trigger guard? What type of gun is it? 92?
You will have to contact Beretta to find out.
Contact Beretta. They will need the model number- which you did not give us.
by law any handgun that has had the serial number removed is an illegal pistol. good for parts