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Wtb a beretta 390 trap barrel.

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by SouthMetro Shooter, Aug 17, 2011.

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  1. SouthMetro Shooter

    SouthMetro Shooter TS Member

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    Hi everyone, I'm looking for a 12 gauge beretta 390 trap barrel with the step up rib. Preferably mobile choke but fixed full will work as well. Please email me if you have one you are willing to sell.
    Matt
     
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    If a 391 barrel will fit on a 390 I have one I would part with. 30" trap Mobil with all the factory chokes, ported by angle port. VG condition. Rich
     
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    A 391 will not fit a 390. The only barrels with step ribs that will work are 390 barrels.
     
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    Yea sorry. 391 definately won't work with a 390. But I am grateful
    that you offered to sell it.

    If anyone has one they would part with. I would be even more grateful.
     
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    28" or 30"?
     
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    Your inquiring about the 391 barrel that bad 303 mentioned earlier?
     
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    e-mail sent. You buying or trading?
     
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    I'm looking to buy. I use my current barrel for skeet and sporting clays. It just doesn't quite do it for me with trap. Too flat to shoot rising consistently. Is the barrel used? If so, how heavily and is there any internal pitting?
     
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    What price range are you looking in? I know someone that has one

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    I'm looking for used, around 200-275, depending on how well it's been used and cared for. And nib around 300-325. Which is a reasonable price. If he would sell it, how much for?
     
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    Barrel pitting?? with smokless modern powders? You been watching too many westerns, black powder was corrosive, not true on today's stuff
     
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    Modern powder is corrosive if you let it sit. Barrels that shoot modern smokeless powder can still pit to all heck. Especially beretta barrels. The way they made them, get minor pitting, expose
    the barrel to moisture. Major pitting before you know it. That's why I ask.
     
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    Beretta bbls chrome lined. Someone's been feeding you a lot of BS. I'm curious as to how you got to be such an expert so soon in you career!
     
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    I know because I have handeled 390s. I clean guns for people. Shoot it enough, eventually it will pit.
     
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    How old are you??
     
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