Beretta 692 30” Skeet NIB

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  1. little gambler

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    Beretta 692 30” skeet gun. This gun was purchased new last year. Less than 250 shells fired. Gun comes with everything, comb spacers, stock weights, comb wrench, trigger adjustment screwdriver, stock wrench, chokes, papers and owners manual. This gun would make a great gun for smaller frame person or someone wanting gun that moves like greased lighting. Model is skeet but parallel stocked would make good all around gun for trap, skeet, sporting, helice, flyers, bunker, squirrels or whatever. Was over 5100 delivered. 4400.00 delivered to your FFL. Selling to fund down payment on a Fabbri......
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    Gun weight: 7# 15.6 oz
    Barrel weight: 1.450 k.g. With chokes
    Barrel length: 30” 30 3/4 with chokes
    Bores: 18.6 tapered optima HP
    Beads: center metal and white at front
    Chokes: skeet, skeet, cyl, IC, and mod
    Lop: 2 factory pads 14.75 and 14.5” with trigger in middle position.
    Palm swell: right hand side very very minute
    Comb: parallel and adjustable
    Pitch: 1” down
    Toe: 1/4” out for righty.
    Case: factory Negrini style
     

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    Little Gambler, you have your Beretta 692 listed as NIB but then you say it has 200 or so rounds fired thru it ? I might be interested but it sounds as if it is slightly used please clarify.
     
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    • Cheetah, Should have been listed ANIB. Gun was shot one afternoon for 7 or 8 rounds of trap owner gave up on it as it had skeet and IC chokes in it and didn’t break targets like he thought it should. I told him not enough choke for trap and he didn’t want to purchase other chokes for it......so i ended up with it. I can save you about 700 bucks or more from one that’s brand new.
     
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    What makes the 692 Skeet model worth more than you can get a new 694 Sporting? I have never seen a 692 Skeet listed or anything to compare. Thanks
     
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    Priced too high? Original owner paid over 5100 at a local gun shop, perhaps he over paid for it. I’m not a Beretta guy, I couldn’t tell you the difference from a 680 to a 694. I thought 85% of new would be a great deal on it. If you’re interested in it make an offer, deals made daily by private message........
     

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