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Beretta MARK II 32" full choke $650 shipped

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by new loader, Oct 8, 2012.

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  1. new loader

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    Used Mark II, 32" full choke. Typical used condition, some bumps and dings here and there. Varnish cracks. Lever not quite at 6:00, maybe 5:30. Good shooter, ideal for backup, loaner, or getting your feet wet in this sport without spending a lot of cash. Not collector grade so nitpickers keep looking. More pics to come, these are just to get the sale started. $650 shipped from Indiana.

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    Beretta MARK II 32

    Not to be confused with Beretta's cheap "Trap Special" which had the lever in front of the trigger guard.

    Beretta's Mark II is a hinge-pin style SBT, built like a tank, and the barrel wall is about a tenth of an inch thick at the muzzle. It is a high quality target shotgun that sold for $325 in 1972.

    Cole's carries replacement parts.

    -Gary
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    What type of forearm? I'm interested.

    Mike Kamer
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    These are basically a single barrel version of the BL Series and were marketed at the same time.

    The barrel, if like the others I have seen is very thick walled and the choke is a true smoke producer.

    The 3-4 guys that have them in my area will not part with them.

    HM
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    Forearm is slim & sleek. Definitely not beavertail. More pics in a day or two. Working on PMs. Lots of interest. Nice advertisement posted by GW22. Halfmile is correct, barrel like a water pipe.
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    No man alive has bought/sold Mark IIs more than Toddy.

    Of course, it's all been the same two shotguns, LOL.

    -Gary :p
     
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    I stand corrected, my friend. This makes me feel like digging mine out just for old times' sake.

    -Gary
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    Great little project gun for a young shooter. There's so much metal in those MkII barrels that you could have it backbored, add choke tubes and it'd be a pretty cheap starter gun for your favorite SCTP or AIM shooter.
     
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    More pictures tomorrow. Not enough hours in the day to get everything done. Stay tuned.
     
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    As promised, more pictures. Thanks to all for being patient.


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    Somebody had a brilliant idea and drilled & tapped for optical device of some sort. Once you get past the "W-T-Heck" reaction, it's really a nice gun.
     
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    Holes for a scope mount? Well hell, why didn't you didn't say you bought this gun from Joe Kuhn!

    The clays will still disappear, trust me.

    -Gary
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    Looking to make cash sale, but will trade for Marlin 1894 (old style) .38/.357
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    Make reasonable offer before 5PM Sunday 10-28-12.
     
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    Beretta MARK II 32

    Hello, I will trade you a Pre 64 Winchester Model 94 30/30 for it. Its realy sharp and is a deer slayer. I mean I have shot it once and killed one deer. Anyway I know you are looking for a Marlin just thought I would throw it out there. Thanks, Tim
     
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    .30-30 not really my cup of tea. After 5PM today it goes to Gunbroker.
     
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    Could be a good deal for someone. Ends tonight.
     
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