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F/S Beretta 680 with Rod gunsmithing mods

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by suptlloyd, Dec 3, 2010.

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    I am selling my Beretta 680 with Rod Gunsmithing modifications and porting. This gun was like new when I bought it three years ago. I would call it NRA 97%. with just a few small handling marks on wood. I sent it to Rod and had the soft comb and R.A.D. recoil reducer added, and put the Pachmeyer pad on it, too. [LOP is 15 inches.] then to Wright's for the barrel work and porting. This gun shoots soft! It is set up for doubles but will shoot singles well with top barrel. I would say this gun has less than a thousand rounds through it since I worked it over. I am getting some age and my should is bad, so don't shoot shoot much any more. Email me for more pictures if you are a serious buyer.
    I would like $1750 plus $20 S&H. Might consider some lesser trades and cash. Thanks for your interest.
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    I am selling my Beretta 680 with Rod Gunsmithing modifications and porting. This gun was like new when I bought it three years ago. I would call it NRA 97%. with just a few small handling marks on wood. I sent it to Rod and had the soft comb and R.A.D. recoil reducer added, and put the Pachmeyer pad on it, too. [LOP is 15 inches.] then to Wright's for the barrel work and porting. This gun shoots soft! It is set up for doubles but will shoot singles well with top barrel. I would say this gun has less than a thousand rounds through it since I worked it over. I am getting some age and my should is bad, so don't shoot shoot much any more. Email me for more pictures if you are a serious buyer.
    I would like $1750 plus $20 S&H. Might consider some lesser trades and cash. Thanks for your interest.
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    I am selling my Beretta 680 with Rod Gunsmithing modifications and porting. This gun was like new when I bought it three years ago. I would call it NRA 97%. with just a few small handling marks on wood. I sent it to Rod and had the soft comb and R.A.D. recoil reducer added, and put the Pachmeyer pad on it, too. [LOP is 15 inches.] then to Wright's for the barrel work and porting. This gun shoots soft! It is set up for doubles but will shoot singles well with top barrel. I would say this gun has less than a thousand rounds through it since I worked it over. I am getting some age and my should is bad, so don't shoot shoot much any more. Email me for more pictures if you are a serious buyer.
    I would like $1750 plus $20 S&H. Might consider some lesser trades and cash. Thanks for your interest.
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    I presume from your description it is fixed chokes? How high is the stock? Is it more MC style?

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    Yes, fixed chokes. And I like a flat comb, so have it down all the way. You could jack it up quite a ways.
     
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    BTW-I will be gone tomorrow so may not reply to any other queries until Sunday.
     
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