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SOLD Beretta 390 12 Ga Stock Set

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by cpradde, Oct 6, 2012.

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    SOLD Beretta Factory Sporting or Target 390 Stock Set. Color matches pretty close, but it is not a matched set. No hardware. For a 12 Gauge. 1 inch recoil pad can be included. Factory dimensions. I accept paypal or money order for this item. email xxxchris.radde@gmail.comxxx x's removed with questions. $165 shipped or reasonable offer.
     
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    Reduced to $165 Shipped
     
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    How difficult/costly is to instal hardware on the front of the forearm ?
     
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    The fit for this metal can be critical. Sometimes it goes right together and then the rivet is replaced using a press. I have done it several times and its not bad at all. Thanks-Chris
     
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