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Gun is sold, thanks for all the nice comments. I have for sale a beautiful ASE 90 Sporting. Anyone that knows me knows I love these guns. I believe the are the best gun out there for the money and this one is very special. This gun has the best stick of wood I have seen on an ASE 90.

What makes these guns so special is the fact that they were built in the Beretta custom shop along side the SO series of guns. These are hand built guns that had a suggested retail price of over $11,000 when they went out of production in the late 90's because they were losing money building them. All you need to do to see the quality of these guns is remove the drop out trigger and look at the workmanship that goes into one of these guns. Open and close the gun one time and you will be sold on them if you aren't already.

Now for the specifics on this gun. First it is the Sporting Model so it has a single selective trigger. Next is has 28 inch Boehler Antinit steel barrels which is the finest steel available for barrels and also the most expensive. These barrels use the Beretta Mobile chokes and this gun comes with 4 flush choke tubes. Both the upper and lower barrels have one row of porting and I've included a picture so you can see the type of porting. The barrel has a white front bead and a steel center bead which is the way they left the factory. The barrel weight is 1.51 KG. The stock measures 1 1/2 X 2 1/4 X 14 3/8 over a kickeez pad. The gun has a right hand palm swell and is cast off for a right hand shooter. Forend is a lovely schnabel. Weight of the gun is 7 pounds 15 ounces. This gun is very tight and appears to have been shot very little. The gun has a few minor handling marks, no major scratches, dents, or dings. Included with the gun is a Beretta hard case, stock wrench, choke tube wrench, and choke tubes.

Price of this gun is a no haggle $4500 plus actual shipping to your FFL. As always there is a three day non firing inspection period. Contact me at [email protected] with any questions you might have.

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I can't afford a gun like this (do you take layaway?) but I keep opening the thread just to look at it, LOL. Up for a beauty.
 

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Do you still have this gun for sale, if so are you prepared to sell it to me in Australia if I make arrangements. Where in the US are you located.

regards from Aus
John M
 

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John M. I have never shipped a gun overseas and I'm not sure what would be required to do so. I've checked into shipping to Canada and that was a major undertaking. If you have any idea what the requirements are I would be glad to listen.

Bangalore, something you might not be aware of. The 28" barrels on the ASE90 weigh just about the same as the 32" barrels on my DT10L. The steel in these barrels is very heavy and the barrels are thick. They weigh 1.51 KG while the 32" DT10L barrels weigh 1.52 KG. If you are worried about them being light and whippy they certainly aren't that. Just a little information.
 
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