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Beretta unsingle barrel only for sale

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by slugbug1, Jun 27, 2007.

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  1. slugbug1

    slugbug1 Member

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    34"....missing the ejector....lots of use as you can see by the pics. Probably full choke, blueing worn etc.... I'll sell if someone wants to make me a fair offer. I have a couple more pics I can send if someone wants them. Gary L.
     
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    another pic.
     
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    last one.
     
  4. scuba pete

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    will that barrel fit a 686?
     
  5. GRR

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    Is it a DT-10 and does it take choke tubes
     
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    What is a fair offer? It looks like an unsingle off an old 680 series beretta.If it is,
    I have 100 dollars as an offer.
     
  7. oz

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    looks like you dragged it behind a train. in good shape worth 600-1000. yours? 400-600. oz
     
  8. lbshootin

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    AN offer of 300 to low? If not email me and take off the xx's..cash in hand!
    Thanks,
    lb
     
  9. foghorn220

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    It is defanitely a 682 barrel because of the step in the rib and also like harley earl said the old 680's are flat rib like mine also the 682's weigh more because of the square stepped rib.

    As far as all of the scratches it has on it most will never be seen since the fore arm and reciever will cover it up.

    I would give 350.00 for it and don't even need an extra one.

    Pat I thought someone not to long ago said someone had an ejector for around 50.00 I know you don't have to have it to shoot with but even if it had the old one with the end broke off like mine was it would still lift the hulls out.

    Years ago it cost me around 60.00 for a ejector and fitted but Beretta done it at the grand so im sure they didn't charge me for the labor or maybe didn't charge for the part forgot now.

    Foggy
     
  10. lbshootin

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    Let the bidding begin.....first bid was 300, now up to 375...thnks..lb
     
  11. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    An ejector is about 25 dollars..fitting/timing can be done real easy
     
  12. foghorn220

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    Well slugbug1

    It looks like people are bidding but guess you are not home to answer the emails.

    Well it looked like you did have a 450.00 bid but now it went back to 375.00.

    So is it still for sale.

    Foghorn
     
  13. magnumshot

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    That's a 682 barrel. I wouldn't take less than $550 for that. There's nothing wrong with that barrel other than it needs a small part, unless of course the muzzle is wrecked. The scuffs don't matter. These sell for over $750 easy if nicer looking. Where's it shoot, or POI?
     
  14. lbshootin

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    Yepper, still interested..more pics and details please..Do you still have it?..thanks, lb
     
  15. Bob Merkov

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    You have mail!
     
  16. oz

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    You'll never see the crack when you put an extractor back in. oz
     
  17. slugbug1

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    Hi guys.... Sorry for the delay I have been gone for a week. I have a couple of $450.00 offers and I will e-mail both to let them know I'm back. It seems to shoot pretty flat, I'd say no more than 60/40 for me. The muzzle is fine. Thanks all for the interest, and again I apologize for the delay in responding. Gary L.
     
  18. ivanhoe

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    Just a bit of info on the above website Cole list "Fit, finish and heat treat ejector on Beretta OU"...... $120. I do not know if that is each or both barrels. On the single barrel it is only one of course one would have to either decide or contact Cole.

    Bob Lawless
     
  19. slugbug1

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    Barrel is sold. Gary L.
     
  20. foghorn220

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    slugbug1

    Well Allrighty then.



    next item up for sale.



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    Ok no charge for the first time.



    L.O.L.


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