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About 14 years ago I purchased a Beretta 391 Urika 26” 20g for my son, and trimmed the stock to turn it into a “youth gun”.

A couple of weeks ago, my now 22 year old son, started making noises about wanting to go on a dove hunt.

I chased down, what seems to be a relatively rare, 391 20g factory stock to “un-youth” my son’s shotgun.

It took a little more sanding, filing, fitting, and cursing than I expected to fit a factory stock to a gun, but…
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The factory Beretta “recoil pad screws” that I ordered, at $5 each, turned out to be 1.5” drywall screws ($7.98 a lb at my local home improvement store).
 

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Nice job fitting the new stock, gun still looks to be in excellent shape, know your son will appreciate the effort and treasure it always. Best wishes for a great dove hunt. Remember those are the deluxe Beretta dry wall screws holding that pad in place. :LOL:
 

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Remember those are the deluxe Beretta dry wall screws holding that pad in place. :LOL:
They are special screws. When you strip one you swear 5 times as much as you would putting a drywall screw into a wall.
I’m thinking that I may need an Amazon storefront selling “official” Beretta butt pad screws (at a discount of course)…
 

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Very nice work on that stock. Nice piece of wood also! Your son is lucky to have a Dad like you!
 
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