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NCP/DeVault Teknys 391 Conversion Sale Pending

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Bryce720, Sep 4, 2010.

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  1. Bryce720

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    This is a Teknys 391 NCP/DeVault Conversion. The wood on this gun is amazing. The Teknys receiver is like new and has about 2,000 rounds through it. The gun has adjustable rib, NCP bolt closer, trigger job, Briley 6 oz end cap. The gun features a 30" Sporting Barrel, the barrel is the .723 bore diameter. Dennis just put the latest and greatest rib on the gun last week, amazing job. The gun has performed flawlessly. I am only selling to fund another gun to send off to Dennis so he can work his magic. I am asking $2,800 OBO, also let me know if you have any interesting trades.
     
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    Bump, for the Holiday.
     
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    Bryce. What's the LOP?
     
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    Jackpot. The wood is 2 grand, the bbl is a grand, the gun was 1400, the trade in wood is 200. the gun is a 10 on your scale. If you like it and what to shoot it, buy it. The gun will not let you down.

    What you want to ask the seller is about stock dimensions and how they compare to what you shoot. If close, go for it.
     
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    Gun Sold Pending Funds, Thanks to all.
     
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    Jackpot. I was trying to be helpful.
     
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    Jackpot1, the gun is a 9 out of 10, no issues what so ever. The receiver and trigger group are about 2 months old and have about 2,000 rounds. The wood was just refinished. The conversion cost with basic wood is $2,600 with you providing the gun, please see the DeVault Website (link)
    http://www.devaultind.com/DeVault_conversion.htm. The Beretta Teknys was $1,900. There is about 10 or so chokes with the gun Briley and Angle Port. Dennis does any amazing job and stands behind his work 110%, which in todays world is rare. Everyone who picks up and shoots the gun wants one. I am 6'2" and it fits me like a glove yet someone who is 5'8" can pick up the gun with a few adjustments it will fit them like a glove. Recoil is pretty much non-existent. Feel free to email if you have any other questions. Thanks
     
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