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F/S Angleport Bolt Closer*****SOLD*****

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by greg2648, Jun 13, 2012.

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  1. greg2648

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    What we have here is an Angleport Bolt Closer. I took it off of a Beretta 391. If memory serves me correctly, it will also fit a Beretta 390. It is in excellent condition and worked perfectly before I removed it. Price is $40, including shipping in the lower 48. You won't be disappointed. Thanks for looking.


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    IS IT THE EARLY ALUMINUM CLOSER OR THE LATER STAINLESS STEEL ONE ? I'M INTERESTED IF IT'S STAINLESS........
     
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    While I am not a Metallurgist, this piece is pretty heavy. It does not look or feel like aluminum. I have to believe that it is steel. Thanks.
     
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    It is a steel one. The aluminum ones were gold in color. Either way they are lifetime guaranteed against breakage.
     
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    Got a magnet?
     
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