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beretta stock parts

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by OzarkGun, Jul 1, 2010.

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  1. OzarkGun

    OzarkGun Member

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    Cole has the forearm nuts. The price for 2 with freight is $31.50. I just bought 2.
     
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    BROWNELLS HAS THEM, I THOUGHT I WAS GETTING RAPED FROM BROWNELLS AT $39.84 FOR 6, BUT NOW THAT I SEE COLE'S PRICE, BROWNELLS LOOK'S GOOOOOOD !!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    See the thread ( I got screwed @ the Pa. state shoot) maybe not after all
     
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    I think what made it so bad, as far as Cole's is concerned, was that the freight was $14.50. That's a lot for 2 tiny nuts.
     
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    That's nuts.
     
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    Beretta has five service centers (one or more are new). I know three of them are MidWest Gun Works, Coles and Marks Outdoors. You may want to call one of them to see if the shipping/price is any cheaper from one of these other sources.

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    Ever think about contacting BerettaUSA in Accokeek, Maryland?

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