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Beretta 390 Silver Mallard price?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BBman, Oct 17, 2007.

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  1. BBman

    BBman Member

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    I have always loved the 390 line. My brother has the regular 390 and I can shoot that thing dead on. I recently found a 390 Silver Mallard for sale. First off whats a good price on a used Silver Mallard and second off is there anything different about this gun and a regular 390? Thanks
     
  2. cleboje

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    Fair price on a good, used 390 Silver Mallard is between $475-$550.

    Only difference between the 390 Silver Mallard and the regular 390 is the shape of the receiver. SM has the angled receive and the competion 390 has the rounded receiver. The internal parts are the same and interchangeable.

    Joe
     
  3. Tony Guchi

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    390 is a very sweet and $500 is very fair and good price.
    Stock is grossy finish not newer matty finish also.
    I have one use only one season F/S
     
  4. BBman

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    So in other words your saying at $400 its a pretty good deal? I'm looking to buy this for my pheasant/quail gun. If I remember right it has the Mobile choke system? Thanks
     
  5. cleboje

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    bbman

    If you have the chance to pick up a good used 390 Silver Mallard for $400, you better run to get it before someone buys it out from under you...that is a very, very good deal.

    P.S. Let us know how you shoot it...

    Joe
     
  6. BBman

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    Well I ended up buying it a couple days ago. Traded in a Mossberg 935 I never use and ended up getting it for $107 after tax. It has a few nicks on it but that is to be expected from a hunting gun. About the only thing that worries me that I didn't notice with the in-store inspection is a small crack of maybe 1/4" on the forearm starting right below the Beretta name. Anyone know if that is going to get bigger overtime?
     
  7. BBman

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    Bump
     
  8. benniesdad

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    bbman - bottom line on the crack on the forearm is yes, fix it.
     
  9. Tony Guchi

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    So many questions and email for so little money.
    This is not a perazzi.
     
  10. Ranch

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    Mr. tony guchi: You have a problem with people not shooting a Perazzi? What's wrong with a Beretta 390? Are we automatically become second class if we don't shoot Perazzi?

    If you are such a snub, tell us what kind of Perazzi you shoot? A basic discount priced MX-8B?
     
  11. Tony Guchi

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    Hei Ranch
    You must be from Cal. who wanted MX8 but did not get one.
    390 shooters,,,,390 is very good one I still kept for.
    This 28 inch, told one guy 26 inch by mistake, is 99%.
     
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