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Precision Fit Stock for Beretta 687 EELL

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by BakasTeam, Sep 11, 2011.

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  1. BakasTeam

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    Looking for Precision Fit Stock for Beretta 687 EELL. New or Used!
     
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    If your Beretta 687 EELL has the false side plates, I do not think that there is a PFS grip for it. Check out the link above and contact them to confirm.

    If the 687 EELL does not have the false side plates, you should be just looking for a 68x PFS.

    Jason
     
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    The 682 grip can be inlet for sideplates, you'll just need to find a stocksmith that can do it for you.
     
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    I think the sideplates actually go out of the lines of the grip on a EELL.

    If you are referring to a Joel Etchens 687, the standard 680 series grip will do.

    ss
     
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