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Value of Beretta Super trap Hand carved stock

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ark1stclass, Apr 2, 2012.

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  1. ark1stclass

    ark1stclass TS Member

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    Here is a Beretta Super Trap, I am looking at, it has a 32" barrel tight action bore is clean and bright, It does have a gouge in the left side of the stock, but has this very good quality carving on the left side of the stock. Just curious of the value, I cant find it in my book and with the carving I know that makes a difference also.

    I value the openions I have seen on this board, Thanks in advance.
    Jim
     
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    ark1stclass TS Member

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    Here is the stock carving
     
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    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    You say barrel instead of barrels, so I'm thinking it's SBT. The current Blue Book lists the Beretta Super Trap at 90% at $1050, and at 80% at $900. Then subtract 10% for 32" barrel and 10% for fixed choke. To me the carving detracts rather than adds value. I wouldn't be a buyer at any price, as it would be too costly to replace the stock and not be upside down in it. As is, maybe $500-600. Mark
     
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    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    Carving on a gun stock is mostly out-of-stile at the present time.
     
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