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WTB Beretta 682 Stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by rhett1977, Aug 6, 2011.

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  1. rhett1977

    rhett1977 Member

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    I am looking for a stock for the Beretta 682 I just bought. I didn't know the stock was cracked (apparently it wasn't inletted enough) so I have the hardware and the forearm. I don't need a pad or anything fancy. Just let me know if you have one for sale. Thanks,
    Rhett
     
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    try jeffsoutfitters.com oz
     
  3. Smok'n Joe

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    Rhett,

    What model 682 did you buy? S682X or 682X or 682 Gold E ???

    Is something like this what you're looking for:

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    Do you need left or right hand? Sport or Trap? New or used?
    Mike Battista
     
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    Try Cole's Gunsmithing in Harpswell, Maine. They take a lot of factory stocks in trade when they upgrade wood on customer guns. I was just up there 10 days ago and they are some nice people to deal with. Very fair and friendly.

    http://www.colegun.com/
     
  6. rhett1977

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    Sorry I wasn't very descriptive but I've never had to buy a stock before. I need a right hand stock, used preferrably. It is an older 682. Not the greystone finsish but the nickel reciever. I don't need anything fancy either. I just need something so I can see if I like this gun before I have anything done to it. Thanks again
     
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    Here's a real beauty for you

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    WOW that is beautiful but I know I can't afford that. I only wish. That breaks my heart and hurts my soul
     
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    I have a Precision Fit for a 682 if your interested.
     
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