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A 390 Beretta Silver Mallard

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For sale:: A390 Beretta Silver Mallard, 12ga, 26" barrel, solid wood stock and forearm, less than 2 boxs of shells shot, comes with 2 chokes, also mossy oak gun chaps to cover all wood.

$625.00/OBO please e-mail for pics. very nice gun I just dont shoot it enough to keep.

tmann@metal-matic.com

612-669-9461 cell

Tyson

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Would it be a 20 ga. by any chance?? If so, pictures would be great. I have the same gun in 12 and would like a little brother for it grin.gif

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sorry I forgot to add that, No it is a 12.

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do you still have the gun for sale?

Jason

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yes.

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ya have that gun yet? confused.gif

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I have that same gun, I wouldn't let mine go for less than $550, well used, but I'd never sell it because its that good, so good that Beretta is making them again in the A3901. All parts are supposedly interchangeable. But you shouldn't need any, If I hadn't bought a new bow I'd consider it.

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please e-mail pics to breckstrand@newulmtel.net also can you shoot 3inch shells through it and about how much does it weigh

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Yes, gun is still available.. and yes you shoot 3" shells.

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