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F/S Beretta AL 391Urika Trap 12ga

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 1oldshooter, Feb 12, 2009.

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  1. 1oldshooter

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    This 12ga Beretta AL Urika Trap has a 30”VR Barrel -Black receiver with Gold lettering & gold trigger.
    This Gun was purchased new by me and has only had 300 or so rounds shot through it. It has Trap stamped in gold on its barrel.(See Pics) It has 5 screw-in chokes (SK-IC-IM-M-F) and wrench. Walnut stock & forearm. It has 2 recoil pads, thick & thin so LOP can be changed. 2 ¾” or 3”shells. Oil, wrenches and shims to change drop are there. Comes in Blue molded Synthetic case. Approx. 71/4 lbs.
    Now there is only one thing wrong with it. Someone knocked another gun into it on the rack or knocked it off the rack at a shoot (I did't see it) and put a 1-1/4” dent in its forearm. (See photo). No one told me about it and I found the dent when I started to clean it. $700.00 or??? Thanks, Jerry --“oldshooter”
    Shipped to your FFL $35. Email me, we’ll talk.

    I could start another thread about how others treat your guns on the rack at shoots, but we’ll talk about that later. :-(


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    Oldshooter, is the 391 still for sale? If so, I would like to talk with you. I am located in western Ks. Thank you, Mike
     
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    I am very interested in this for my son. What is the date code? The date code is two letters in a small box on the bottom of the receiver next to the barrel.

    ...and to your last question, I would be livid and mad as hell if some one damaged my gun without asking to handle it...and I am surprised no one else brought it to your attention. That does not speak well of them.

    Unfortunately, there is a snob factor in the clay sports where I shoot since most regulars shoot $4000 to $10,000 shotguns. I am often asked to see my 391 Sporting and to tell them about the special work I must have done to it since its inconceivable to them that I shoot as well as they do but with an inexpensive gun!
     
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