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LEFT HANDED Beretta 682 Sporting Stock and FE

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Maxey Brantley, Jul 24, 2011.

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    LEFT HANDED Beretta 682 Sporting; 12 ga. Stock and forend. Wood grade quality is always subjective, but I’d say AAA is a pretty fair description. European walnut and the grain and flow is symmetrical from side to side. Dimensions are appx DAC 30 mm or 1 1/2; DAH is 60 mm or 2 3/8. LOP is hard to determine, but the overall length of the wood from tip to recoil pad is 17”. Marked “Cole” on the wood under the professionally fitted Pachmayr Decelerator Sporting pad. The initials oval is blank. No cracks or major dings, only a few handling marks. Price: $535.00 includes shipping and insurance to your door. Contact me at my PM address if interested. Compare this stock to those on Rich Cole’s website and you will see what you are getting for your money. https://colegun.com/sporting-1-12-x-2-38-c-8_33_34_35_58_59.html If the link doesn't work, cut and paste into your browser.

    Thanks for looking - Maxey

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    Answers to some questions received: I don't know vintage of the receiver to which it was mounted; there is a left handed palm swell; there is no stock bolt; the recoil pad doesn't have an access hole for the stock wrench.
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