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F/S Beretta 686 28ga O/U (SOLD)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by headhunter, Oct 2, 2012.

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  1. headhunter

    headhunter Well-Known Member

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    Nice wood ya got there fella...
     
  2. Steve W

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    It's real wood with weather protection coating. It serves it's purpose while making it look beautiful.
     
  3. Mike Battista

    Mike Battista Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    That 686 is the older Xtra-wood version. The grain is actually a "photo" applied to the wood much the same applying "camo" to a gun. Xtra-Grain is the newer process on the 391 shotguns.
    Mike Battista
     
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    Thats is disappointing to learn about the wood being a photo.I have this exact same model.It is my favorite dove and chuckar gun.I always thought extra wood meant a special peice of wood.None the less they are good little bird.

    Darr
     
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    Just my luck, I recently bought a 28ga. O/U......
     
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    The price is right and I would buy it if I didn't already have one exactly like it. FYI ; A couple thousand dollars worth of wood on the smart end of a shotgun doesn't make it shoot any better at all. Good Day
     
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    any cast in the stock or palm swell? ty bob
     
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    private mesage me ur bottom doller cash ty bob
     
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    Please check pm
     
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    A good deal from a good seller.
     
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    Gary, that wood looks very familiar lol! Sure wish I could say I'd take this would love a little 28 for myself. Buyers, buy with confidence Gary is great to deal with!
    Jeff
     
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    I can't believe this has happened to me twice lately. I dearly want a 28 ga Beretta but every time I find one for sale I'm in the middle of some other jam. The last one showed up when I was purchasing my jeep. Now it's in the shop with a cracked head and this gun shows up. Oh well, I'll get one eventually as I don't borrow money to buy guns and only have around $1000.00 a month for my toys. LOL Jackie B.
     
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    Free bump
     
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    3 in or 3 1/2 chambering?
     
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    Guess that was a stupid question since I have now read that all 28 guage shells are 2 3/4. That's what happens when you want something you know nothing about.
     
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