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FS-beretta 301 magnum receiver complete SOLD!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by acss, Feb 21, 2013.

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  1. acss

    acss Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    forsale- beretta 301 12ga magnum receiver complete -very clean--hasnt been shot much- the magnum is 5oz heavier than a standard receiever ,which gives nice balance-- -one nice feature of a 301 , is when you pull the bolt open on a no fire it stays open without pushing shell lift button!!---$310 +15 shipping to ffl wally riebesell 660-744-4115 cst
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    i reposted the left side picture- original picture had a oil smear which looked like a blemish--- my florida advisor spotted it and brought it to my attention---thanks tincup wally
     
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    Hi Wally...educate me what are the differences between the 301-302-303's..is one any real improvement over the other??
     
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    301 has a square bolt closing button,with a differant type of spring system behind it-there is no shell lift carrier button so as stated above, everytime you pull bolt open it stays locked open- on a 301 (and AL2 also)putting a second shell in mag tube, you will need to push closing button to get shell lift carrier to go up (hold button in with left thumb while pushing shell in to magazine with right hand)-301s have very nice engraving--for the most part all parts interchange with 303 ect

    302 has round closing button ,which is same as 303 and newer models- main differance is that the trigger pin has a cutoff lever integrated which holds bolt open (feature not used much)-the trigger pin is held tight by a spring loaded ball,compared to 303 and newer model pins are held in by a hairclip that eventually will let pin slip out to some degree--also has engraving

    303 is exactly like the 302 other than the trigger pin and most are plain sided- trigger & bolt assembly will also fit in -390 &391
     
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    Thanks...my brother has my dads old Beretta 32" trap fixed full..its got engraving so I'm assuming that means its a 301...I haven't seen it since dad passed in 99 and my brothers and I inherited what he left to each of us
     
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    i have said- you can tell alot about someone by what guns are on their estate sale---your father had good taste!!
     
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    Thanks...I may end up owning soon as my brother is a rifle guy
     
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    still forsale- up
     
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