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SPF Beretta 687EELL SPF

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by short shucker, Mar 27, 2010.

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  1. short shucker

    short shucker TS Member

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    This is out of my gun safe.

    Beretta 687EELL Diamond Pigeon (all numbers matching) with 32" X trap O/U non-ported mobile choke barrels. This gun is unaltered. The bores are factory 18.3mm and no barrel work has been done. The rib is the high, "X Trap" rib. It comes with two Beretta Victory chokes Mod, and Full. The trigger is mechanical and has adjustable LOP. The trigger blade is slightly twisted for a right handed shooter and is smooth textured. The stock set is factory upgrade and has a RH palmswell with a little bit of cast. There is two Beretta recoil pads fitted to the stock for different LOP's (14.5" w/ thin pad and 14.75" with thicker pad. Trigger in middle position.). This is a strong 95% gun. It has been shot, but very well cared for. The Warick case is included.

    Sold Pending Funds.

    Thanks for the inquires.

    ss
     
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    ss, is that pitting we are seeing at the bottom of the receiver and on the barrell?
     
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    Hammer',

    No pitting or corrosion ever. What you are seeing is a little bit of lint, from a yellow flannel rag, and a bit of grease (Rig) as I hadn't finished wiping the gun down after firring (I was trying to catch the natural lighting, but wasn't very successful). If there was any history of corrosion or pitting I would have said so and the gun would have been priced accordingly.

    The only place there is any finish lightening is where the firearm rubs the barrels, but it is very minor.

    As stated in my original post, If I misrepresent the gun in any way you can return it on my dime, not yours.

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    This one has been spoken for.

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    forgot about this post SS. If the sale falls through, get ahold of me!
     
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    hammer-time,

    If something falls through, I'll let you know before reposting it.

    ss
     
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