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Beretta Ase90 or DT10 G-Squared stock

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by traphouse52, Apr 29, 2011.

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  1. traphouse52

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    Get a free stock for either a ASE90 or a DT10 and have a G-Squared reducer for almost half the cost of new. And yes it can work on either. Stock can be used on either a sporitng clays or trap gun. Comb is adjustable for drop but not cast. Stock has cast off and a palm swell on right side. LOP is pproximately 15" with a 1" pad. Can be shortened. Stock was an international trap stock prior to install of G-2. $500.00, plus $10.00 shipping.
     
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    Wow!!! Wish it fit a 682!!! that is a bargain
     
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    i have a dt10 and a ASE 90 and the stocks do not interchange. is this stock off a dt or ase? would like to have but not if it does not fit. Joe
     
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    I agree, I have both guns and the ASE90 receiver is much wider side to side than the DT10. I don't know how the stocks could interchange.
     
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    I beg to disagree, but this stock was on a dt10 and was recently on a ASE90.
    The only difference is the need for a spacer for the bolt when used on the dt10
     
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    I can only tell you this, my ASE90 measures 1.735 across the receiver and my DT10L measures 1.639. Everywhere I measure it, on the stock, on the receiver, the ASE90 is .1 inch wider. From all of my reading on the ASE90 that was the big complaint that the receiver was too large and so on the ASE Gold they narrowed it down and that is why the barrels don't interchange.
     
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    Even with a wider receiver the area wher the stock attaches can still be cut so the stocks fit. Again I can assure you this stock was given to me by Beretta about 15-18 yeas ago. It was an international trap stock. I never used it on my ase and when I got my dt10 I decided to see if it would it. It fit except for the tang nut where stock bolt attaches. with some wood work by Jim Greenwood and a spacer inside the stock. I then sent it to G2 and then it was used for many years on my dt10's. I recently acquired an ase90 and it fit right back on there after removing the spacer. If you have both guns take off the stocks and measure where they fit the back of the receiver.
     
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