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MIA... Benelli Sporting 2 New Price 995

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Jul 27, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Shot perhaps 2 boxes of shells. Owner is a trapshooter and has scant time for that. A solid all purpose sporting dedicated gun.

    All the stuff it came with. make it lefty or righty with shims. $1600 gun, sell for $995 and $25 shipping. Call Jack, 800-344-4840, cell 715-441-9817, email or PM
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    What length of barrel is it, Jack? Sports can be 28 or 30, I believe.

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    Jack is helping me sell this gun so I'll jump in and answer the question. It's a 28" barrel Sporting II.
    Nice gun but I can't shoot it. My Dad always told me to never sell a gun I can shoot. He said sell the one's you can't shoot, there will be plenty of those. This is one I can't shoot so here it is.


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    Thanks C. I did measure it for a couple of other guys. Personally, I can understand a guy wants his preference, by why he has a preference for a long gun eludes me. A 28" is equiv to a 30+ O/U and that would seem about the right length to swing to all those odd shots. But what do I know? I'm still trying to master the shots going away form me.

    C. Did you hear about Denny and my 100 bird handicap race yesterday?

    Jack
     
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    Up for Jack....
     
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    uh...no
     
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    New price. Hell-of-a-gun for $995 and shipping
     
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    Eddie. I own a MOntefeltro in a 20 ga. Have it set up as a higher stock with RH cast off. Great feel.This gun is set up RH as well already. It has all the shims to make it whatever a guy wants
     
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    I own one and shot it exclusively for sporting clays when i first started six years ago. Great gun especially for an up and comer. Very adaptable to right or lefty as MIA has stated. It is a truly GREAT price. It looks good as well, as most italian things do. Just my opinion from experience on this one. A real bargain.
     
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