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FS P. Bernardelli SX801L, 12, Auto, Ported, Tubes

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by s47nxt, Oct 7, 2010.

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  1. s47nxt

    s47nxt TS Member

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    Oct 6, 2010
    For Sale a P. Bernardelli SX801L Semi-Auto Shotgun.

    12 Gauge, 28" Ported Barrel, Gas Operated Semi-Automatic, 2.75" Chamber, High Quality Italian Build, Aircraft Aluminum Receiver, Extended Forcing Cone for Reduced Recoil, Raised 9mm Vent Rib, Center Bead, Hi-Viz Front Sight with 4 Inter Changeable Light Pipes, Competition Trigger, 4-TruLock Extended Choke Tubes with Wrench and a Beautiful Oil Finished Cut Checkered Turkish Walnut Competition Monte Carlo Stock and Pad.

    Most Suitable for 16's, Short Yardage, Doubles, Sporting Clays or a Superior Field Gun. You Will Not Believe the Beauty and Quality of this of this Shotgun at a Price as Inexpensive as the cheep "Plastic Stock Stuff" out there. Retail at $995.00, Purchased 7/10 for $675.00, Asking $550.00. Fired 25x, It is Virtually New in the Box with Papers & Items Listed.

    I will meet with in 2 hours drive of Watkins Glen, NY {or} Ship to Your FFL for Actual Cost and Will Consider "Reasonable" Offers.

    Stock Photo Published, Request Actual Photo's email: s47nxt@empacc.net, as the Walnut is "Much Nicer" than shown.
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