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Beretta 687 SP II Sporting 32” bbls SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Millrtym, Oct 9, 2011.

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  1. Millrtym

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    I am selling my Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon II Sporting with 32 inch barrels. The barrels are Optima bore, and the stock is right handed. I bought the gun new in November 2010. I’ve shot approximately 6K rounds through the gun and the action is just getting broke in! I recently purchased a Blaser and need to sell this gun. I’m hoping I don’t regret it, because I love this Beretta. I intentionally purchased the 687 over the 682 because the extra weight in the barrels gives it a less whippy feel (for me). I’m guessing the gun weighs about 8-8 ¼ lbs, and balances about 1/4 inch behind the hinge. The gun comes with the factory hard case and all of the factory accessories.

    --Upgrades--
    Mechanical triggers installed by Mike Sherman at PMS firearms ($220). Bottom barrel trigger breaks crisply at 3 lbs, and the top barrel breaks crisply at 3 ¼ lbs.
    Adjustable comb and butt pad installed by Todd Nelson with Country Nelson gunfitters ($650). The LOP is 14 5/8 inches over a Kickeez sporting pad. The stock is made for right hand cast off, and is beveled at the comb cut so that your cheek fits perfectly.
    I also spent a month refinishing the stock with Truoil. As the pictures show, I created a nice gloss finish. The finish is slightly dulled since the pictures because of normal use.

    --Chokes--
    I have 4 Rhino chokes for the gun: 2 x LM, IC, and IM. The gun will also come with the 5 stock Beretta (Briley made) chokes (C, SK, IC, M, F).

    --Condition--
    The gun has been used, but never abused. There are light handling marks on the stock (mostly on the right side) and forend. There are absolutely no chips, dents, or cracks. The receiver looks like new, with some coloring wear on the trigger. The barrel shows some rashes at the mating point with the forend (normal), and the barrel mating surface with the receiver shows the normal wear that is to be expected after 6K shots. I gun has been extremely well maintained. I clean the gun weekly, and replace the grease on mating surfaces after every day of shooting.

    --Price--
    Over $3500 invested. New 687s are about $2700, and I’ve spent about $870 in upgrades, not including the aftermarket chokes.

    I’m asking $2500 obo. This is a perfect budget target gun that can be fitted to any right handed shooter.

    Thanks for looking,
    Matt


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