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Post Beretta Urika 2 in 12 gauge!
on: December 17, 2012, 12:31
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Up for sale is my Beretta Urika 2. This is the synthetic stock version. The stock has some minor marks, the end of the barrel has some wear from a case and choke wrench, and there are a few marks at the ejection port where the previous owner had not reinstalled the charging handle properly; none of which impact the function or accuracy of the shotgun.

I took it out to Dalton Range outside Bois D'Arc over the weekend and ran an entire box of Winchester cheap shells through it (Wal-Mart's bulk boxes) and it functioned flawlessly. No cycling issues, no misfeeds, no failures to fire, and it shot quite well.

Comes with a skeet choke and the manual. Sorry, I do not have the nice blue hard box or the choke-kit from the factory. Note that Beretta has chokes and slug barrels for this shotgun on sale!

$675 cash to get it sold!
**If you ask retail for your trade, I'll expect retail for mine in exchange.

Bill of Sale required with Military ID or CCW permit, valid ID / CCW must be in-hand at the time of purchase. All others will need to have this transferred through a local FFL holder at the buyer's expense.

Willing to take partial trades: Glock 19 (Gen 3 or 4, EXO preferred), Glock 34 (Gen 3 or 4, EXO preferred), Glock 17 (RTF2 or EXO preferred), Ruger 10/22 heavy barrel, 9mm factory ammo, Hornady Lock N' Load AP (must be near new or New In Box), Remington 700BDL or PSS in 223 (prefer heavy barrel).

Willing to take straight trades: Sig Sauer P226 Elite in 9mm, Saiga 12, Saiga 20 converted, Sig Sauer 938, DPMS Oracle, M&P15

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