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FS-beretta 303 sport 28in.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by acss, Mar 19, 2011.

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  1. acss

    acss Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    forsale- beretta 303 sport-12ga-28in.-all original, other than rocker pad-very clean with a few very minor handling marks on lower part of stock( you gotta look for them!)-3 chokes and wrench--$950 +30 shipping ( i do have a 32in barrel, i wud swap out for $235 more)-wally riebesell-660-744-4115
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    Wally,
    I have a question you might be able to answer. What is the difference between a

    303 field gun and a Sporting model? Other than the Sporter only shoots 2 3/4 in

    shells and the field gun can shoot 3in. Looks like your Sporter has a field

    stock. Am I correct? Is the Sporting gun rib wider? If so, doe's putting a wider

    rib barrel on a field gun make it a Sporting gun?

    You being the "IN House" 303 guy I figured you could explain the difference.

    Thanks..... Philly D
     
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    drop of stock at the comb is the same, sporting stocks are a lil thicker, and do feel that way also as most sport guns have a bulky feeling vs a field!-- anothe is the somewhat oil finish vs a laquer shinny coat on a field gun!-- on this gun , the forearm and stock are a match, it just doesnt look quite right in the picture with lighting effect, the forearm is slimmer and shaped differant, which is what the 391's kind of went back to!-----i have shouldered a pickup load of 303's and never have i pulled up one ,as sweet and comfortable as posted above!!!--one last thing, i do believe, all 303 sport were ruff backed w/ no shine on top of reciever and trigger guard!!!
     
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    Sport stocks have brass name plates and SC pads. Here is one I sold recently.
     
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    Not all sporting stocks have brass circle plates. In fact some field stocks have them as well.
     
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    In fact some 3" field barrels have a wide target rib. Just an uncertain time for Beretta back in the 80's. They seemed to make up whatever they had laying around. lol
     
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