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WTB bag for 32/34 combo

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Jim In FL, Mar 22, 2010.

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  1. Jim In FL

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    I have a new 682 32/34 trap combo. I've been digging through the gun sites, Beretta, ebay, gunbroker, etc. looking for a padded soft case (take down preferred, but not mandatory) that would allow me to carry both barrels (and the receiver of course). Finding something that will take a 34" barrel seems just about impossible - and much less with extended chokes.

    Seems like a lot of people have this same setup. Any suggestions ?

    Jim In FL
     
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    Boyt-Allen. I have 2 single cases, and 1 double case. I personally think you ar better off with a hard cse tho.
     
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    Thanks MIA.

    That double looks like a pretty nice bag. I actually just called them to ask if just by chance, you could get longer choke tubes in there also but they said no - 34 was the max. They did mention they are considering doing something that would cover a 34 with extended tubes in the future. She also told me there's enough room for stock with recoil control and with the butt plate swung over too.

    I have my hard case from Beretta - may I ask why you prefer the hard case ?

    Jim In FL
     
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