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# F/S 682 Beretta Gold E #

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by radeck, Nov 29, 2009.

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  1. radeck

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    F/S Beretta 682 Gold E (nickel colored receiver) purchased new in 9/06. Has 12 gauge 28" skeet type barrel (rib tapers 3/8" down to 1/4") with Optima chokes in SK, IC, LM, M, & IM. Has 2 recoil pads - a 3/4 inch and a one inch, plus factory adjustable comb (changed out the Beretta plastic hardware for Graco's metal hardware). Has decorative grip medallion. Some handing marks. Prices for these guns are all over the place; I'm starting out asking $2400, but I'm open to offers. Thank you for looking.
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    Asking price reduced to $2250 plus shipping & insurance to your FFL. I'm open to offers.
     
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    For those asking, here are some more pics. Thank you for considering my gun. If I didn't need to buy another; I wouldn't be selling...
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    Bump for a great gun. I've been shooting one of these with a 30" barrel since 2000, and it points and swings with ease. This is a nice price for a nice gun.
     
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    Thanks for the bump. Any buyer won't be disappointed.
     
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    Price reduced (again) to $2100 plus shipping & insurance to your FFL. Any takers?
     
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    radeck, Is stock neutral, cast on, cast off? gyrine
     
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    Using a 4 foot straight edge I put a centerline down the rib to the heel, and the top of the stock appears to be neutral. What makes it comfortable for a RH shooter like me is the RH palm swell, some toe out (about 1/4 inch) and the adjustable comb. Which I set with some case off. If this doesn't get at your question, feel free to come at me again. Thank you.
     
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    Check your private email.
     
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    Check your provite email
     
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    Deal in the works with first contact (tallpaul's friend). If falls thru will post revised status. Thank you.
     
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