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687 beretta ultralight - wanted

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by mike cain, Mar 21, 2012.

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  1. mike cain

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    would to purchase a used Beretta ultra-light. I want to restock the gun with a nice walnut stock. Condition of the stock or forearm not important. i think they only come in 12 gauge with 28" barrels.
    let me know what you have available. Thanks. Mike cain. 607 426. 5598
     
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    Hi Mike,

    There is a like-new Beretta 687 for sale in the gun shop I work at. The gun has a really beautiful wood already, comes with the plastic Beretta case and about 5 mobil chokes. It was owned by a customer who traded it on a Perazzi trap combo. Gun shows little wear, wood and metal are excellent. The store is Ron Peterson Firearms in Albuquerque NM. The 687 is priced at $1795.00. You can call the store at 505-255-8695, or you can reach me there tomorrow, (Friday) all day. My cell number is 505-363-6317. Thanks,--Nick
     
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