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I have for sale a Beretta 682 12 gauge with 28" factory ported barrels. The gun was originally a Super Skeet model, but I didn't like the original buttstock, so I changed it out with just a standard 682 buttstock that has cast off for a right-hand shooter. The stock as it is currently setup has a length of pull right around 13.5". The gun originally had fixed Skeet/Skeet barrels, but Briley has changed it to accept their thin-wall chokes. This gun comes with a full set of fitted Briley subgauge tubes in 20, 28, and 410. Each of the subguage tubes has removable chokes. Chokes included are: 12 ga.- (2) Skeet, 20 ga.- (2) Skeet, (2) Mod, and (2) Full, 28 ga. and 410 each come with (2) Skeet. It is all cased in a Briley Americase that holds the gun and all of the subgauge tubes. The gun has seen a lot of shooting, and, as such, needs a few repairs. I have spoken with Doug Braker (Gun Dr.), and he said that to completely rebuild the gun it would be around $300-325. This would include fitting a new locking bolt, and adjusting the forend lug. As is, the top lever is in the center, and it has some play when the action is open. The gun also has some blueing wear at the end of the barrels and on the trigger guard. I will sell the whole setup for $1850 shipped to your FFL in the lower 48 states. PM or e-mail (remove xx's) with any questions. Thanks. Garrett
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I have seen 682's much worse and when sent to Cole's, and sometimes Briley too for a tube check up, fixed up and were good to go many more years and 10's of 1000's of rounds....

If I sorta needed a skeet gun I would consider it and have it tuned up and then you have one pre-trained and dont have to worry about a scratch or ding.

Hope what I said was ok... Not trying to pry...
 

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No problem Skeet. This gun definitely has a long life ahead of it, just needs a bit of work done to make it a real shooter again. Garrett
 
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