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F/S 687/682 Joel Etchen Combo

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Didreckson, Apr 13, 2010.

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    Joel Etchen top single 34", over/under 32". These combo's are 687 SPII receiver and wood, with the barrel's being 682 E optima backbored and long forcing cones from Beretta. These are entirely unaltered by me.

    To the best of my knowledge based on reloads done on my P/W and Spolar, this gun has between 6-7 thousand shells through it. Lever is far right. Stock is virtually brand new, since I shot a PFS. It has a cool recoil reducing unit with the comb sliding in it.

    Edit: forgot to mention ejectors are now extractors. Would need new springs to eject again.

    Price is $2900 shipped to your FFL in the lower 48.

    Email without the usual characters for more info or photos.
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    nice graphics
     
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    MIA,

    Thanks..I think. I shot these quickly with my IPhone, which is not a bad choice since they have to be sized way down anyway. I use a Canon SLR that is insane graphics and a Tamron lens, but when you chop the photos down to 800 pixels, it just does not matter much where it started.

    Had one inquiry and sent the rest of the photos off already.
     
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    If I can help hller. In th man time yu seem competitive. Good luck
     
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    Up with edit. I failed to mention the ejectors were turned to extract, and would need new springs to change back. I prefer it this way for reloading of course. Both the top single and o/u barrel are extract.
     
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    Is the stock cast off or neutral? What is the LOP?
     
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    Good questions...sorry to not cover it originally.

    It is very slight right handed, as most Berettas are slight at best. LOP is 14-1/2 as it sits with the Brucey Ney recoil reducing unit.
     
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    TTT for the weekend.
     
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