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David, I currently shoot a 682 Gold Sporting made in 1995.

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I wouldn't discount it for being used or mobilchoked.

Especially if I were a person that likes light loads. IMO overbored barrels are nothing but marketing hype.

If I was a "shallow" person and that stuff meant a lot to me (it does), I would be impressed. I hade two of the 682 Gold ( greystone) in 30 3/4 barrel length.

I shot 4 rounds of skeet and one round of Sporting Clays. Either I was having a good day, or something else was going on - but my scores were slightly higher with the 682 than with the 686 WOS, and I really think the recoil was a tad less. I played the move up and buy a "better" gun and sold both!

In either case the 682 is Beretta's base compitition gun. I don't know a ton about the White Onyx but It isn't the gun the 682 is.

I would take a used 682 over an oynx any day as long as the 682 had been treated well. The forcing cone is the part of the barrel where the diameter changes from the outside diameter of the shell to the actual bore diameter. It is seen as a step in the barrel about 2 3/4" down the barrel from where the barrel meets the receiver.

THanks for the help - I have been searching the forums on this site and you-guys have been a tremendous source if information.

In your situation I'd go with the brand new WOS with 32" barrels.

The only mechanical difference between it and a 682 are replaceable recoil shoulders and a length adjustable trigger blade. The 686 will go at least 50K before it needs to be tightened and when it does, it's easy and cheap.

Search on this site and you'll find a ton of other threads on the differences between these two guns.

(2) New Beretta 686 White Onyx Sporting - new at Bass Pro for

I would take a used 682 over an oynx any day as long as the 682 had been treated well. The forcing cone is the part of the barrel where the diameter changes from the outside diameter of the shell to the actual bore diameter. It is seen as a step in the barrel about 2 3/4" down the barrel from where the barrel meets the receiver.THanks for the help - I have been searching the forums on this site and you-guys have been a tremendous source if information.In your situation I'd go with the brand new WOS with 32" barrels.The only mechanical difference between it and a 682 are replaceable recoil shoulders and a length adjustable trigger blade. The 686 will go at least 50K before it needs to be tightened and when it does, it's easy and cheap.Search on this site and you'll find a ton of other threads on the differences between these two guns.(2) New Beretta 686 White Onyx Sporting - new at Bass Pro for $1,850.

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I would take a used 682 over an oynx any day as long as the 682 had been treated well. The forcing cone is the part of the barrel where the diameter changes from the outside diameter of the shell to the actual bore diameter. It is seen as a step in the barrel about 2 3/4" down the barrel from where the barrel meets the receiver.

THanks for the help - I have been searching the forums on this site and you-guys have been a tremendous source if information.

In your situation I'd go with the brand new WOS with 32" barrels.

The only mechanical difference between it and a 682 are replaceable recoil shoulders and a length adjustable trigger blade. The 686 will go at least 50K before it needs to be tightened and when it does, it's easy and cheap.

Search on this site and you'll find a ton of other threads on the differences between these two guns.

(2) New Beretta 686 White Onyx Sporting - new at Bass Pro for $1,850.

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I would take a used 682 over an oynx any day as long as the 682 had been treated well. The forcing cone is the part of the barrel where the diameter changes from the outside diameter of the shell to the actual bore diameter. It is seen as a step in the barrel about 2 3/4" down the barrel from where the barrel meets the receiver.

THanks for the help - I have been searching the forums on this site and you-guys have been a tremendous source if information.

In your situation I'd go with the brand new WOS with 32" barrels.

The only mechanical difference between it and a 682 are replaceable recoil shoulders and a length adjustable trigger blade. The 686 will go at least 50K before it needs to be tightened and when it does, it's easy and cheap.

,850.

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