I apparently left out some important details in my post.
The pistol itself is Italian(not USA) for those that are interested. I have the case, and the cleaning brushes(unused) supplied by the factory. I do not have the original manual, but I do believe I have a downloaded copy of the US Army manual for the M9.
I have between 4,000 and 4,500 rounds through this pistol, all factory ammo of standard pressure(primarily American Eagle, Winchester "White Box", with a smattering of reloads and other brands in the mix.
The BERETTA(not promag, not USA, not triple k)high caps are blued. Two are Italian, two are Beretta USA manufacture. The no name high cap is stainless. The 10 round BERETTA mag is stainless as well.
Regardless what you think the pistol itself is worth, I can get 35.00 a peice for the factory high caps. I'm not even counting the "value" of the aftermarket high cap, or the 10 round mag. Therefore, I am selling the pistol for $240.00.
Thanks for ragging my post M60308NATO. As clarified above, the BERETTA high caps are worth "jack". You must have a line on a better deal,since you felt compelled to jack on my post.
Under normal circumstances I wouldn't even consider selling, and especially for this price. However, this is a "fire sale" because someone is gracious enough to hold another pistol for me until this is sold.
Thank you to all that have inquired, or at least had constructive comments to my post.