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F/S Remington & Beretta stocks

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Jerbear, Sep 21, 2007.

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  1. Jerbear

    Jerbear TS Member

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    I have a synthetic stock and forearm for a Beretta 390, painted 2006 Ford Orange Crush Pearl Clearcoat for $75.00. I also have the darker wood NEW IN BOX Remington 1100 12 gauge field grade forearm for $45.00. pics below. A little Nick in the forearm & stock of the Beretta, could be touched up with the ford touch-up paint. Shipping extra from 48239 actual cost.

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    Thanks for looking.... Jerbear
     
  2. Jerbear

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    Forgot email... delete the ^.

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  3. Jerbear

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    Beretta stock & forearm has been sold... Thank you.

    Remington forearm is still for sale.


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  4. Jerbear

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    Forearm still for sale. New in box 12 gauge.

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  5. dmarbell

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    Jerbear,

    Who did the painting on the synthetic stock? Do you know if there is special preparation needed before the painting, or special paint requirements? I have a 390 that I refer to as my ugly gun, and a candy apple red paint job with clear coat would gussie it up a bit.

    Danny
     
  6. Jerbear

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    My brother runs a body-shop and yes it needs to be prepped with a plastic primer and then pick your color.

    Here are old pics of both my son's older guns. The Remington 1100 LT20 is the blue gun and is a Mazda 2006 or 5 Electric Blue Clearcoat and the orange 390 Beretta is a Ford 2006 Orange Crush Pearl clearcoat. Both were painted with Spies Hecker

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    Above is a site if you want to get wild....

    I went with automotive paint to make it easier to touch-up.

    Jerbear
     
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