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Blaser F3 Sporting 32in Barrels F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Millrtym, Feb 6, 2012.

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  1. Millrtym

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    I am selling my 12 ga. Blaser F3 Sporting with 32” barrels. The receiver and stock are the first generation style. Approximate dimensions are 14.5” LOP, 1.5” DAC, 2.0” DAH, and cast off for a right handed shooter. I estimate that the receiver has about 6K rounds through it. The barrels are essentially brand new, with less than 500 rounds through them. The gun had a barrel regulation issue that I recently got resolved, and the old barrels were replaced on the gun. The new barrels have the latest generation weight balancing system and all of the weights. The stock also has the balancing system with 3 adjustment weights. The gun was recently serviced by a Blaser service rep, and is operating perfectly. The stock is in approximately 96% condition with a couple of very small dings and handling marks on the left hand side from normal use. The receiver is also in about 97% condition, with a few very subtle signs of finish wear. The barrels are like new (99+%). The gun has been extremely well maintained, and still has several years left on the standard Blaser 10 yr warranty. For example, my barrels were recently replaced free of charge because they were not regulated correctly.

    The gun comes with the original hard case, tools, manual and the following accessories:
    -Balancing system with all the factory weights plus an additional stock weight
    -12 factory Briley Spectrum chokes (2x Sk, 2x IC, 2x LM, 2x Mod, 2x IM, and 2x Full)
    -Factory Hi Viz sight kit
    -Recently fitted Kick Eez pad with very little wear.

    I am selling the Blaser because I've moved to a 391 as my primary gun. I’m asking $4350 plus shipping, which is a bargain for Blaser with like new barrels that have the latest generation balancing system. I will entertain partial trades for 391’s, receivers, trigger groups, or barrels (the agreed-upon value of the part will be deducted from the agreed-upon price for the Blaser).

    Feel free to contact me with additional questions. Thanks for looking.

    UPDATE: I will also consider trades for a good condition Beretta 680 series O/U with 32" Optima barrels.


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    A Sweeet deal!
     
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    Thanks! I think $4350 plus shipping is a very good price. I forgot to mention that the gun was updated at the 2010 nationals and the lockup was serviced when the barrels were replaced last month. The lockup is like new.
     
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    I'd like to elaborate on the types of trades I would entertain. I'm out of the high end gun market right now, and I'm more interested in acquiring a backup 391 or extra parts for my main 391 competition gun.
     
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    ttt. Thanks for the offers I've received. Haven't found one I'm ready to bite on yet.
     
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    I will also consider trades for a Beretta 680 series O/U with 32" Optima barrels. To be honest, I am a volume shooter and not a collector. I am not interested in a gun with exhibition grade wood that commands a premium price. A good condition, albeit plain, tournament ready 686 or 682 is more to my interest.
     
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    Up for the night.
     
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