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  1. This is my very worn and very trusty old lady beretta A301, a true warrior of reliability and as soulful as it is utilitarian. There is, however, one thing the Italians got wrong......and that is the dainty little charge handle on this gun. I am not a large handed chap, nor am I fussy with this sort of thing, but outside of the ideal warm summers day clay shoot, this charge handle leaves alot to be desired, and so, for those cold winter shoots with gloves covering numb and clumsy fingers, I decided to set about knocking up a SpaceWelder custom alternative! First ill need some suitable 300 series stainless steel knick knacks to knock on: This should do just fine (the wife is at work shhhhhhh everythings fine don't say things) needs.....more chopping.... I had some 304 stainless tube in the odds and **** bin, if you dont have any just use some noodles or hoola hoops (plain salted only or you'll cock up the weld) Welded together little inside big. The aim was to keep everything lightweight so the end result isnt much heavier than the original since the gas ports and recoil spring combination on guns like this are set with the overall weight of the bolt assembly in mind. Zip them together with my cutlery bits... Spit on them and rub them against jeans vigorously..... TADAAAA! Like magic.....except in total, when counting **** scratching and generally getting distracted every five minutes like a gold fish after too much sugar, this took....most of my damn day SO here is my beloved a301 with the original boring and dainty charge handle. And here she is with new shoes and red lipstick! (ok a bit dramatic, here she is with her nails done....) Much better! And as a bonus it doesn't try to pinch and slice my fingers against the receiver like the original did! I hope you enjoyed this spur of the moment 'Ive got a day off and im bored' project, if people like this sort of thing ill make a point of posting similar projects for your entertainment! Oh and yes I can hear you "WHY DID YOU MAKE THREEEEEEE OF THEM!?".....the answer to that is basically because there was enough knife..... Incidentally, anyone out there with an A300/A301/A302/A303 or any other compatible Beretta who would like one of these spare two bolt handles, I would happily oblige you for the price of postage alone since I havent the need for 3 of the bloody things. Thanks for reading, keep that trigger itch fed! SpaceWelder.
  2. Anyone know of any Beretta ASE gold sporters going about ? Preferably 30inch
  3. Hello. I'm looking for the above. If you have one for sale then please contact me. Willing to meet face to face at a place where I can try the gun within 75 mile radius of Northampton. Thank you for trading this. David
  4. For sale 1x light mod briley silver ported 1x Imp Mod briley silver ported both Mobil fit, used twice, ended up returning the shotgun so no longer required. £40 each
  5. PRICE REDUCTIONS Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at 1/4 , 1/2 , 3/4, Full , with case and tapered key. Cost new £210. Seling for £165 £140 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at Skeet, Cylinder , 1/4, with case and tapered key. Cost new £166. Seling for £130 £105 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Two Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , each choked at 1/2 . Excellent condition. Selling for £35 £25 each plus postage OneTeague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , each choked at 3/4 . Excellent condition. Selling for £35 £25 each plus postage
  6. PRICE REDUCTIONS Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at 1/4 , 1/2 , 3/4, Full , with case and tapered key. Cost new £210. Seling for £165 £150 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at Skeet, Cylinder , 1/4, with case and tapered key. Cost new £166. Seling for £130 £115 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. Report post Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at 1/4 , 1/2 , 3/4, Full , with case and tapered key. Cost new £210. Seling for £165 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at Skeet, Cylinder , 1/4, with case and tapered key. Cost new £166. Seling for £130 £115 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Two Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , each choked at 1/2 . Excellent condition. Selling for £35 £30 each plus postage OneTeague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , each choked at 3/4 . Excellent condition. Selling for £35 £30 each plus postage
  7. Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at 1/4 , 1/2 , 3/4, Full , with case and tapered key. Cost new £210. Seling for £165 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Set of Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , choked at Skeet, Cylinder , 1/4, with case and tapered key. Cost new £166. Seling for £130 plus postage. In excellent condition. Well looked after with very little use. *********************************************************************** Two Teague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , each choked at 1/2 . Excellent condition. Selling for £35 each plus postage *********************************************************************** OneTeague Beretta Optima Flush Chokes , each choked at 3/4 . Excellent condition. Selling for £35 each plus postage
  8. Hi all. Quick enquiry to gauge opinion on the following 'dilemma'. Recently granted my SGC and looking to make my first purchase. After a visit to my local RFD, I have given myself a choice of EITHER a second-hand Beretta A400 Lite (black synthetic) OR new Beretta A300, same finish. With the new gun (at a price of £915) there's a three year warranty (option of 10 years for a £50 fee to Beretta) and 3 chokes. With the used gun (at a price of £995) there's a three month warranty and 3 chokes. To most, and to an extent to me too, that looks like a no-brainer of a decision. But, I seek the views of more experienced shooters and Beretta owners please. The RFD lists the A400 as being in good condition and having had light usage. My eyes can see that indeed it does look in good condition, but not so easy to determine previous use. (It has that kind of GunPod feature that claims to count every round put through it, but perhaps that info is on an app in the possession of the previous owner.) It also has that Kick-Off recoil technology in the butt. For a fee I secured it for a demonstration and put 51 shots through it. It jammed 3 times in that session which could have been due to the design of the budget cartridges provided at the clay centre. Direct comparison with A300 not possible as no demonstrators available. I don't want to exceed a budget of £1k (still got peripherals to consider on top), and I'd prefer a (fairly) low-maintenance gun that may have better appeal to a used market if/when I upgrade or if I find I'm not involved enough to justify possession. Going for a synthetic stock as I found I got a bit precious about a nice wooden stock on a Theoben air-rifle I had and I don't want to amplify that on an expensive shotgun. If budget allows further down the road in life, I may look at that option then. So, is the A400 so far superior to the A300 that it's worth the trade-off, or am I really not gonna notice the difference? Usage will be purely for clays with, perhaps, a very slim chance that coastal water-fowling opportunities will come my way. It may well be that in the time taken to decide, the A400 sells to another buyer and this whole post becomes moot...or rhetorical...but I'd rather make an informed decision, see? My own internet research has, thus far, proved inconclusive. Thank you for taking the time to at least read this.
  9. Hi Everyone, New Member to the forum, Been Clay Shooting just over a year now and loving every minute of it. You will usually find me at JJ's Shooting ground in Dartford on a Saturday or Sunday trying to get my name on the scoreboard. My Bang stick is a Benelli 828u Sport or the Beretta A400Xcel Black. Ammo i use is Fiocchi F3 piston / Black Sport Been using the Lyalvel express English Sporter last couple of weeks as i won them in the comp (must be doing something right) Question i have is ... Gamebore Velocity Vs Lyalvel Power Gold / Reds I'm using Muller U2 chokes in the 828u and the standard extend chokes in the A400 Whats the best Carts for around £220 per 1000? Would love to get the Benelli adjusted to me if anyone has ideas of a good place to go locally? Thanks for reading
  10. Beretta black 2" extended mobile choke's Full sold 3/4 sold 1/2 sold Beretta optima extended choke's 3/4 black band £25 inc postage 1/2 green band £25 inc postage 1/4 yellow band £25 inc postage skeet red band £25 inc postage Beretta optima plus flush fitting 3/4 £25 inc postage cylinder £25 inc postage
  11. As per title Beretta Mobil flush 1/2 choke Excellent condition Also fits armsan a612 £15 Can post or collect from leyland lancashire
  12. Full set (7) of Optima HP extended chokes.Cylinder, silverSkeet, silver1/4, silver (improved Cylinder)3/8, black (light modified)1/2, silver (modified)3/4, silver (improved modified)Full, blackvery lightly used, all in excellent condition.£33 each including postage or £210 for all 7 and includes choke case.
  13. Hi, My dad has a left handed Beretta 686, about 25 years old. Would a new(er) 686 stock still fit? Or do they require some "fitting" He wants to convert it to right handed for his grandson. Any ideas where I might get a used one/set? Might need a little taking off the stock.. Thanks Rich
  14. After buying a couple of shirts at the Sandringham Fair I realised I have far too many. So these will be £15 each (inc post) or £65 for the lot posted. All are in good used condition and would have been worn during coming seasons if I hadn't had a moment of weakness yesterday!! I'm a 42" chest and they all fit me. 1) Beretta Medium with green/ brown check https://www.dropbox.com/s/2z6svnmm9uskb44/Photo 09-09-2018%2C 08 46 03.jpg?dl=0 2) Musto 16.5" collar blue check https://www.dropbox.com/s/tajfklnaprh8gsj/Photo 09-09-2018%2C 08 46 22.jpg?dl=0 3) Le Chameau Large green/ brown check https://www.dropbox.com/s/5g2lipcqp8719jj/Photo 09-09-2018%2C 08 46 42.jpg?dl=0 4) Musto 16" Blue Brown check https://www.dropbox.com/s/ircf1ffqalnv2t4/Photo 09-09-2018%2C 08 47 07.jpg?dl=0 5) Harklia Large brown check https://www.dropbox.com/s/oyoaxjy494dj2ni/Photo 09-09-2018%2C 08 47 27.jpg?dl=0 I'm out for most of the day, but will get back later if there's any interest.
  15. Two U1 Muller Chokes - £45 each or £80 the pair. Price includes Postage
  16. saracen32

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    Beretta AL391 28" sporter barrel (wide rib ) plus 3 x optima extended choke's and Beretta AL391 genuine case. Please note this is barrel choke's and case only no action or woodwork £295 sorry no offers collected Leeds LS27 area 2mins from junction 27 M62
  17. Hi there, I have a Silver Pigeon that was gifted to me over 20 years ago from Italy. How cab I find out the wpexact model using my serial number. It is not valid on the US website.
  18. Hello - If anyone has a AL391 Urika or an A400 they want to move in Essex PM me please. Thanks Dean
  19. 1/4 choke in good condition £20 posted It's Mobil also fits some benellis Can't upload pics
  20. Bettinsoli Mobil Extended Chokes 12g. Will fit Beretta mobil chokes also. Chokes avaliable Skeet, Skeet, 1/4, 1/2 Chokes in new condition £30 or £100 for the set Open to offers
  21. Hello, I am looking for the above. David
  22. Hi all, Certificate finally landed on the door matt on Monday with a bit of polite chasing. Picked up a brand new Beretta Silver Pigeon 1 Sporting Adjustable for a good price from McAvoy Guns. I’ve heard that the matt finish on the Silver Pigeons can be a little sensitive, especially to rain. I also can’t really tell if it’s an oil finish or some type of sprayed varnish. What is the best way way to protect the wood? I’ve had my eye on CCL conditioning oil which is meant for existing oil finishes, but how will it react with the Silver Pigeon finish with not being able to tell if its oil or varnish. Also seen Birchwood Casey Wax which obviously will help with waterproofing, but again unsure how it will react with the Beretta finish. Thanks in adavance for any help/advice. Adam
  23. I have a Beretta AL391 Teknys and want to drop the heel (I think) as I am seeing too much rib. There is a plastic shim at the end of the stock that says Dx60 at the top and also a metal shim inside the stock that I have matched up with Dx60 at the top. I think I need to buy a DX65 plastic shim but will I also need to buy a new metal shim that has DX65 on it so it matches the other shim. This is my first gun so I don' really know if I am even doing the right thing to achieve what I want. Any advice would really be appreciated
  24. Beretta 12g chokes one Briley mobil extended imp/cyl (1/4) one Ballistic extended ported mobil .010 one Rhino extended ported mobil imp/mod (3/4) one Gemini extended optima imp/cyl (1/4) £25 each posted
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