GUN I has a beretta 302A Super Lusso that I need to replace the stock of

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  1. KGB ate my bread

    KGB ate my bread Made you look. OT Supporter

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    The gun is beautiful and apparently can be sold for a fair amount of money. Not that I intend to, but the wood on teh stock has been CHIPPED. I fail to see how it can be fixed with out a similar/matching wood and stain that I could glue on there, and I think that would ultimately KILL the value of the gun.

    How do I go about this :hsd:
     
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    i think I found a stock on some website, but it's a shitty looking website and I'm not sure how well I trust them, nor do I know which of hte a302 stocks I would need :hsd:

    http://www.gun-parts.com/beretta/

    he wants 175$ for a stock, which is damn expensive
     
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    they've got a local guy who's good at fixing stocks, and I need to head his way to get my sako's stock fixed. There currently is a recoil pad on the shotty which covers the damage, but I want to use it on my 30-30, and fix the problem it's hiding :hsd:
     

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