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  1. Evening team, Im looking to send a Beretta 686 S stock and forend off to be satin oil finished. The current lacquer finish is looking somewhat shabby after many years. Do you know of anyone who is good? Im not wanting to spend massive bucks on it as its not worth that much. Send me options if you wouldn't mind? Ideally with references. Cheers 👍
  2. Wanted .. Trap Beavertail Forend for a Perazzi MX12
  3. Can anyone help me find a browning trap forend for my browning 525 please I've been told a mk38 foreend will fit if so or not, any contacts would be great full cheers neil
  4. Beretta AL391 Urika forend wanted. It's the wood finished one needed. Would consider a synthetic stock and forend set. Cash waiting for a Beretta AL391 Urika forend in good condition.
  5. I bought my 30.75" Perazzi second hand, knowing it had seen a LOT of use, and whilst the gun locked up nice and tight it seemed a little bit 'floppy' when opening. I started asking around as to who one should take it to for fettling. One name kept coming up, that of Nigel Teague - yes, the very the same man that does the precision chokes. I took the gun down to Nigel's workshop in Gloucestershire a week or so ago, what a lovely chap. Nigel inspected the gun, said all was well but the forend needed a spacer making/fitting, it was fixable and would take about a week and could I leave it with him. I received a call in the week from Nigel to say it was done and I went down today to pick it up. Well what a transformation, now the gun feels tighter, the floppy feeling has gone - its perfect, thoroughly recommended.
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