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WTB Beretta 390 RL butt stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by ridg400, Mar 24, 2012.

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  1. ridg400

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    WTB Beretta A390ST RL [reduced length] butt stock. Need for lady beginner trap shooter that is petite. Short arms, Does not have to be perfect, with or without recoil pad. Also looking for the stock shims and metal plate for same. thanks Frank ridg300@yahoo.com note: I think a beretta 3901 butt stock would also fit
     
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    TTT please thanks
     
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    a 391 will fit also--call coles in harpswell maine
     
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    I have a 391 that is 12.5" long with out a pad. I can fit what ever pad length you need. Stock by it's self $95.00 with a new pad add $30.00 plus $10.00 shipping. I accept M/C, Visa, and Postal Money Oders. Dan @ 410/688-1514.
     
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