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Listing for a Friend Browning Belgium Broadway 30" OU ( Superposed ) Very nice shape, just a couple smuges on the wood and slight bluing wear an the Trigger Guard $1599 Shipped Lower 48 choked * and *- Browning case included. Beretta 682 Gold includes Mobile chokes and case Top single and OU Barrels 32" OU 34" TS also counter coil recoil reduction W/ adjustable Butt Plate, Overhauled by Beretta a year and a half ago has not been shot much since the overhaul $2750 plus shipping<a href="http://s108.photobucket.com/albums/n37/drhuner/?action=view¤t=100_2874.jpg" target="_blank">
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Yes ALF are there other Models ?????? I thought that the Broadway was a Lighting Model just with the Broad rib but I am not an authority on this subject ( matter of fact I am not an authority on any subject LOL )
 

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The Standard Broadway and the Broadway lightning Only difference is the barrels . The Lightning has thin wall barrels .

Only real difference to me is wieght and not much . Price is alittle high for me but nice gun anyway .

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Thanks for the info on the differance in the two types, now, about the Price I have seen them go anywhere between 1100 and 1800 this one is in really nice shape the pics dont do it justice, also the prices were set by the owner I am just listing them for Him
 

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I myself have little problem with a Browning Broadway . But the gun is getting old and as a shooter the newer Brownings are hard to beat .

Is this Gun a mechanical trigger also the year built ?? (salt wood)
 

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ALF a little help would be appreciated I am going to send you the actual serial no. if you have the time i would appreciate you looking and telling me if I got it right I will send you a email here in the private message thngeeeee
 

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I hate to sound negative about 2 very nice guns. The Beretta does not feature a Soft Touch System. Soft touch is built by Mo Bragg out west and has an integrated sliding comb feature. The comb slides forward when gun is fired.
Your beretta has a Counter Coil unit on it with a Jones pad a juster hanging on the back of it and theres nothing wrong with that. Its just not a Soft Touch System. Big price difference as well. I realize you probably didnt know this and are just doing a friend a favor. Good shooting, Todd
 

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Thanks Todd for the input, I will change it to Counter Coil, I have Nelsons on most of my guns ( they are the Best ) ( and I know that you know that also ) LOL You probaly dont remember me but you fitted My Son to His MX2000 at the 2007 Grand and then you also fitter My friend who was a non believer in You to His TMX and you made Him an instant believer after He won the 20Yrd, Title that same day and now gives the credit to your Fitting, Tony
 

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Tony: You did a GREAT JOB on the thread. SORRY about the __! I believe the serial number on the Browning will validate it was manufactured in 1970. This is a NO SALT stock,however I will cerfity this statement via Browning documentation for the buyer. (I just have to get the entire serial number from Tony, Browning has already helped me with this before). POI: I also have the certifed tech info on the barrels, just have to find. I set up the 682 for my wife. The LOP is approx 13 7/8". It is obvious I had the stock and comb cut. However, I do have a new unfinished stock (NO PAD) that is included. The gun was factory serviced 07/19/06. Thirteen line items accomplished, (have receipt) She shot two more times, the gun has been cased sinced. My name is Mike Reilly from Carney Rod & Gun, Balto, MD. My E-Mail is Mike.Reilly @easicontrols.com. Todd: Last year you fitted my TMX at the Grand. 25 pratice targets later, I won a medalion at a GRAND handicap event. This year, your uncle? fitted my DB-81 at the Virginia State Shoot. Two months later I won a third place at the GRAND Thursday night (150 carryover handicap targets). Just bought a Silver Seitz. Need your help again. IF YOU ARE NOT 100% SATISFIED WITH YOUR PURCHASE, I will gladly return your money. I never sell anything, If you think you made a mistake, I will rectify it. Thanks, Mike Reilly
 
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