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SOLD!! Beretta 680 adjustable stock set SOLD!!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Smok'n Joe, Nov 20, 2010.

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  1. Smok'n Joe

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    Tigman, you have p.m.
     
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    You have PM sir.

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    I am looking for a right hand stock for a Beretta S680. The stock is for the large frame 680. This is what Cole gunsmithing says about it.

    "Stock and forend sets for 680 series 12ga will fit ALL current 1.525" frame size 686, 687 and 682 models. (These sets do not fit the older 1.585" frame width models discontinued in 1993) The frame size is the width measured just in front of the breech across the recoil shoulders.

    I have the older frame width. My gun was made in 1982-83.

    Thanks.
     
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    The frame size is the width measured just in front of the breech across the recoil shoulders. This will probably not fit my S680 as it fits your late model Beretta.

    Thanks.

    Lou
     
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    PM sent

    Glenn
     
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    I will take the stock if you still have it thanks John
     
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