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Beretta U.S.A. Corp. Beretta S 686 Essential 12 ga. 28 inch


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Location (State):
Kansas (KS)
Kansas


Member For:
13 Years 2 Months
AUCTION CLOSED
WINNER: b*****r
HIGH BID: $839.00
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Auction: 10763879

Auction Type:
Basic
NRA Grade:
Excellent
BuyItNow! Winner:
b*****r
History:
1 Bid ($838.00 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$5.00
Auction Start:
(June 18, 2012 13:40:01 PT)
Auction Ended:
(June 21, 2012 18:53:17 PT)

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Seller's Description

Guns For Sale - Beretta U.S.A. Corp. -- Beretta S 686 Essential 12 ga. 28 inch

For sale is an excellent Beratta S 686 Essential chambered in 12 gauge. It has 28 inch barrels, skeet, imp cyl, mod & full screw in chokes, single selective trigger, ejectors, and 14 3/4 inch LOP. The shotgun is tight and like new with a couple of small dings on the bottom of the stock. Trades will be considered.

Payment and Shipping Instructions:
NO SALES TO CALIFORNIA We accept money orders and cashiers checks. We expect payment within 7 days after the sale. Shipping is $00 to the Colorado Springs, $28 every where else. Kansas buyers must add sales tax. We must have a signed paper copy (no fax) FFL before we will ship. If this firearm is not legal in your state please don't bid. Thanks
Payment Methods:

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 United Parcel Service



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Questions for Users
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    Q:  Hello, I'm interested in what data you've come across to price your Essential at what your asking. Less than a year ago, I foolishly passed on an all black one that had been for sale in a very nicely stocked shop for almost a year. The owner couldn't explain why it just would not sale, but felt the $385 he was asking was very reasonable in that it take 600 series barrels and is a perfect back up if not a main use gun for a busy shooter. That was my intention; to buy it for a backup to a 686 and as a spare to shoot with my son. At the time, the nickel receiver models were about par to $50 more in value because they just look better. I see yours at over double the price of the one in the shop and I have to ask if you are getting genuine interest at that price. I like the gun very much and I'm certainly not knocking you for getting as much as you can for it. I'm just amazed at the jump in value on a gun that was once considered too "plain" to be a beretta. I like it plain. Anyway, good luck and if you somehow begin to think price drop, send me an email to let me know it's being listed at a lower price. I'll be watching it too. Splank 04/22/2012
        A:  Hi, I use two methods to determine the value of a firearm. First I check the Blue Book of Gun Values to get my initial value since it has grading and pricing. Then I check online to see what other gunshops are asking for an item like mine and compare to the Blue Book value. On the Beretta Essential I found four guns for sale besides mine. They all have the blue receiver and are in varying conditions. One priced at $675 has had the safety messed with, the barrels ported which ruins it for feild use in my opinion, and the wood had some marks and wear. The second was priced at $720 and it had been used alot and showed wear and marks. The third was priced at $849 was very nice (like mine but with blue receiver). The fourth was priced at $900 and also was very nice. So with that information I priced my Beretta at $849 but probably should have priced it at $900 since it has a silver receiver. I don't care how low some shop priced a shotgun when I can't see the condition. As far as the Essential being too plain to be a Beretta, it has the exact same mechanicals and equipment as the higher priced models but doesn't have the fancy finish. Thanks, Cody 04/23/2012