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F/S Beretta forend or help identify model

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by sim32, Jul 20, 2009.

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  1. sim32

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    I have for sale a Beretta schnabel forend. I don't know what model it is for however. I bought it some time ago off this site beleiving it would fit my ASE 90. I finally got around to putting it on the gun and quickly realized the shape on the bottom where the wood meets the iron does not match. The section where the opening lever fits is the same, so I don't know if it's just my vintage gun, or if this is for a different model. Please feel free to weigh in. I don't know anyone with a DT10 to compare, but best I can tell from some pictures i've seen that's not it either. At any rate, I think I paid $150.00 and would like to get my money back, I'll pay shipping and allow an inspection period of coarse. It's pretty wood and in good shape with just a couple of dings, worst one is pictured. I have included pictures, if nothing else to hopefully find out what it fits so I can list it properly. Email or post any questions or comments. Thanks, Kent
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    It appears to be for the 680 series, ie: 686,687. Jack
     
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    I don't think 680's have the key hole shape through the bottom hole, the hole has parallel sides, other than that, it does look like a 680 series.


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    First, I think it is NOT a factory forend. The wood inletting looks too rough for the factory to have turned out, as well as how the screw holes are formed.

    680's series have through holes for the screws, but they are perfectly round.

    The DT-10's have key-hole shaped holes on the inside of the forend which are hard to reproduce so they are often cut on the outside on custom made wood. DT-10's also have a portion of the serial number pressed into the wood directly in front of the iron.

    As I recall this is a similar situation with ASE's - I think the ASE-90/gold and the DT-10 can switch stocks - I am not sure about forends.

    Good luck in your search.
     
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