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12 hours ago, Weihrauch17 said:

More fool you, Nathan would make it like new. 

WHO’s the fool someone who buys something broken then pays to have it fixed or just buy new If you can’t answer my original post then keep quiet 

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37 minutes ago, Gerry78 said:

WHO’s the fool someone who buys something broken then pays to have it fixed or just buy new If you can’t answer my original post then keep quiet 

Just trying to give you advice as are others with real world experience, if you chose to ignore it fine.

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2 hours ago, Gerry78 said:

WHO’s the fool someone who buys something broken then pays to have it fixed or just buy new If you can’t answer my original post then keep quiet 

Would a 682 one fit? One on eBay

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35 minutes ago, button said:

Would a 682 one fit? One on eBay

Button I’m not too sure il find out during the week from my local gunsmith regarding him enquiring with beretta themselves or other sources 👍

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8 hours ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Gerry

How much was the piece of wood?

 

4 hours ago, Gordon R said:

£300 is my guess.

£135 just for the forend (beaver tail) then couple of pound for fitting 

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24 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Yes, wood has gone up massively, I keep a few bits but nobody wants to pay the going rate.

Thanks tight choke what I’m lead to believe is GMK Are waiting to get a order in from beretta in Italy then hopefully the gunsmith I deal with will get it over here in Northern Ireland 

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3 hours ago, TIDES EDGE said:

What a shame Gerry78  I have just sold one on Ebay for £70 it was used glad to hear you have got one sorted I also liked this style of forend more to get hold of .

Thanks tides edge it’s a pity I didn’t know The beaver tail definitely fits my hand better as well As in my previous post the gunsmith fitted a damaged forend just to try and it changed the whole feel of the sporter He actually told me when the beretta sales man was in the shop last year and asked if he had any suggestions the gunsmith told him that a lot of people would prefer a beaver tail over the Schnabel for  New silver pigeon sporters Something to think 🤔 about 👍

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1 hour ago, Gerry78 said:

Just a *update* lads beaver tail forend ordered from beretta factory only problem it’s gonna take 6 weeks probably end of July 

Well done. It’ll be great to have a gun that feels right. Makes a big difference. 

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10 hours ago, Fellside said:

Well done. It’ll be great to have a gun that feels right. Makes a big difference. 

Thanks Fellside I like the beretta SP1 for sporting basic but does what it says on the tin 👍

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