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WTB G/square stock for 391 Beretta

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by pogostick, Mar 19, 2013.

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    If you have a G/square for a 391, let me know. Thinking about a new project.

    Larry
     
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    Most of the G-squared Beretta auto stocks were made more than 15 years ago for the 303 and 390. The 390 stock is the same as the 391, so you might want to change you WTB to "390 oor 391.

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    Actually, we still do 391's on a regular basis, so they should be out there. We don't do as many as when Wendell Schroll was alive and selling Beretta semi-autos with our system as a package, but we do still have them come and go regularly. FYI: You will need to change the recoil spring cap on the end of the tube to the one installed with our system, so let me know if you need help or advice there. Actually Pogo, in any case, don't be shy about calling once you find one if you have any mysteries. Good luck! Mike @ (760)788-8888
     
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