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FS Beretta 687 12ga Stock Set SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by dolphin77, Sep 27, 2012.

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  1. dolphin77

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    Hello....before I put this on ebay wanted to see if anyone on TSC might want this wood....I recently bought an older 687 SP II Sporting, this wood came off of it...unaltered, with regular pad LOP is right at 14 14 inches, no cast or palm swells, no pad or bolt included,and of course drop, etc is for sporting....there are 3-4 minor scratches or dings. $249 shipped....thanks , WC
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    I wonder if this would fit a Beretta S686 Special.
     
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    To the best of my knowledge, it will fit any 12ga 680 series....ALSO...in the 3rd pic it looks like a chip of wood is missing from the top left front of the forend wood...that is just a shadow...Thanks, WC
     
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    You have a PM.

    Jim
     
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