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Precision Fit Stock For Sale *SOLD PENDING PAYMT**

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by abbfan, Nov 14, 2011.

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  1. abbfan

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    I have recently traded my Beretta 686 for a Beretta 391. I had a Precision Fit Stock (PFS) on my 686 to reduce recoil. Unfortunatley, the PFS will not fit my 391, therefore, I would like to sale it.

    I bought the PFS new in March 2011, so its 8 months old. The only 'modification' I have done to it is on the comb. I had to trim a little off (about an 1/8") of the comb (see pic) near where the grip is as it would pinch the base of my thumb (b/c of the way I was mounting, which was corrected later )

    The PFS comes with everything it came with. The owners manual, the parts & tool kit and the screwdriver & allen wrenchs.

    Am asking $1,000 + shipping; however, I am open to offers

    My Ebay seller ID is mtnjamguitars and possum917 if you would like to see our selling/buying history/feedback.

    If you would like more pics or have any questions, please contact me at possum81@gmail.com or send me a PM.

    Jaime
     
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    Pic showing where I trimmed off the little bit of comb.
     
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    Hi Jaime, It looks like the newer version with the adjustible offset (looking at where the back end meets the grip, are there 2-holes that the top rod can be fastened too), is that the case?

    I'm not interested in the grip, how much for just the back end?

    Joe
     
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