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*SPF*-Beretta 391 Soft-Touch Stock and Fore-End

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by H.I.R., Aug 30, 2012.

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  1. H.I.R.

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    FS is a Beretta 391 Soft-Touch stock with four-way adjustable comb and thru-the pad adjuster. The matching fore-end goes with the stock. Please see pics for handling marks and some slight discloring noted around grip area. Included is a new fitted Kick-Ezz pad with a LOP of 14-7/8". Very smooth operation and in Great working order! Everything included to mount right up. Listed for $695.00 plus shipping. Please PM with any questions. Paypal available for payment.

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    Thanks beforehand,

    Kevin


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    According to the Soft Touch website, these sets are composite. The forend doesn't look like the one they use (based on the "Optima" imprint), so my guess is that someone paired a composite soft touch stock (that originally had a woodgrain dip) w/ a wood forend, and had both dipped to match. The underside of the comb tells the whole story.

    http://shootersemporium.net/compositestocks.php
     
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