Need Replacement Stock for Beretta A300 Waterfowl Model

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  1. Rodless_Jim

    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Hi all. This is a quick one. Friend of mine down here in Mexico has a wonderful Berett 12 gauge for waterfowl. It's an A300 in (I think) Shadow Grass Blades camo...but some "expert" tried to clean the stock with WD-40. Predictable results.

    Now I need to find a replacement stock and fore grip, best quality/price combo. Shadow Grass Blades or Max 5 (I think) would be ideal. It's for duck and geese. I'm not looking for a direct seller (if you have what I need, PM me), but rather advice on the best place to look. Who's good? Who do you trust?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Is the stock OK or just the finish is off?Im sure you can get it camo dipped if so.Replacement stuff won't be cheap.Tom
     
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    or just spray paint the stock to color it again, the ducks can't tell.
     
  4. Huntndogs

    Huntndogs Hunt with an ugly dog!

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    Just a friendly tip here, but you might check into the laws regarding exporting firearm parts out of the country. It may be just fine, but I would check to be sure. Painting it sounds like a better option..
     
  5. Rodless_Jim

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    The solvent in the WD-40 has left the rubberized parts of the grip and stock stickier than flypaper...and dissolving.
     
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    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I am well aware of the laws. My friend will arrange bringing the stock to Mexico. He's just asking me to find the stock and fore grip for him.

    It's a good thought, though!
     
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    Rodless_Jim I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Duplicate post.
     
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