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This is a safe queen- The wood is great and the metal is great

It has a RAD adjustable LOP recoil reduction system- LOP currently set at 14.3

The buttplate adjusts

The O/U barrels have never been fired- 28 inches and MC

Selectable trigger for top or bottom first and LOP is adjustable on trigger

The 32 inch top single has a removeable weight attached via Mr. S-- fixed full

Many call this the best gun Beretta has ever made-

It would also work for women or youth shooters by shortening the LOP

Offered here at $6177.77 cash and something for shipping

Gene



 

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These are the best target gun Beretta has ever made in my opinion and I've owned SO3, SO4, SO5, DT10's, and DT10L's. All you have to do is close one and you will know it is quality.
 

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Thanks-- I think they are the most repected firearm Beretta has ever made.

I think you might still be able to order one made by their custom shop.

Regards from Iowa

Gene
 

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Krieghoff K-80 standard trap (32"/34" unsingle) & Beretta ASE-90 (29 1/2" tubed set)
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Gene, I have to agree with you on how great the ASE 90 is !!! I have a 30" Sporting Clays model with Briley Ultralite sub-gauge tubes, and love to shoot this gun. Have the extra trigger assembly as well. Even have a 3rd trigger assembly I picked up from my late gunsmith. Nothing sounds like an ASE 90 when closing the action, bank vault best describes how the thing locks up.

I was "going" to say that it would have been non-selectable trigger, til I went back and saw the top-singles. I always that the trigger guards marked "Skeet" or "Trap" were set for bottom barrel first, and only the "Sporting" guns had selectabe triggers, but being it has the need to fire top barrel first for the top-single, I guess, I am still learning more about ASE's even after they quit making them, quite a few years ago.

Great price for a great gun. I'm a big, tall shooter, and if this combo was a 30" or 32" O/U with a 34" top-single, I think I would have to make it mine ! I have been looking for just a 34" single barrel to make mine a combo, but those are like "hens teeth". OR they want WAY too much for them. Good luck on your sale, someone's going to have them one of the best combo's in the world for a good price.

Mike* (MH*)
 
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