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For Sale: Beretta DT-10 Sporting Stock and Forend

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Skeeterzx, Oct 28, 2011.

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  1. Skeeterzx

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    Super clean. Light handling wear as you can see in the picks. The decal and Moleskin will be taken off. No issues under the decal or moleskin. Stock have not been altered. Factory pad is on the stock. $395 shipped.
     
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    Why are you selling the stock? I'd hold on to it. If you go to Beretta I think the butstock is upwards of $1500 not counting the forend. Even if you have a custom stock having an original stock for the gun would increase its resale value by more than your asking for the set.

    Just my thoughts Joe

    If any one has a beat up DT 10 they should buy this stock set since a good refinish job costs from around $200-500 depending on who is doing the work.
    I recently saw an invoice from Briley where they charged $800 to refinish and re-cut checkering on an old LC Smith.
    so this is really a bargain.
     
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    Joe, Why would you "EVER" want to deal with Beretta to buy a Stock much less a forarm! Talk about $$$, when you could find the same for much less and the wood would be much nicer! I fail to understand!!! You an alleged gunfitter should understand this.
     
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    Wood is spoken for.
     
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