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Blaser Trap and sporters

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by KelleyPLK, Sep 13, 2007.

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  1. KelleyPLK

    KelleyPLK TS Member

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    Good morning to all ! Has anyone of you shooter tried the Blaser gunline for Trap or Sporting clays ? Im alway interested in New guns coming into shooting sports trying to collect information .


    Thank You


    Pat Kelley
     
  2. riflegunbuilder

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    I spoke with one of the bigger Blazer dealers. After talking with him a while his opinion seemed to be they are better guns than a 680 series Beretta. I think they are a pretty good value. When it was all said and done I spent my money on a Perazzi.
     
  3. lumper

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    Always remember that when speaking to a dealer of any product there opinion will always be that it is better than the competitor and there income depends on convincing a customer what they think is correct.

    There opinion is always determined by there wallet.
     
  4. KelleyPLK

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    Blaser looks interesting to me . I may give one a try from Jaqua's fine Guns in Findlay Ohio . Its only money and you cannot take it with you !

    Pat Kelley Plus + we are here on a visit !
     
  5. lumper

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    Pat ... since its only money and you cant take it with you have you ever considered letting me borrow a little to buy some ammo? Ya know ya cant take it all with ya.
     
  6. lumper

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    Its awfully hard to be proud of and to shoot a "Blah" gun. ;-)))
     
  7. ec90t

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    KelleyPLK,

    While I've never shot one, they feel like you're swinging a club. The trap models that I have handled are a bit nose heavy for my taste.

    ec90t
     
  8. jimbob

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    Ask around about the trigger problems they have. I have seen two break down on new guns. I shot a 32" sporter. Nice balance with the internal stock weight system.
     
  9. johara1

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    had two...........sporting gun was great. the unsingle was ok.the rib was like a highschool failed shop project!these guns are fast. better finish on the inside than a beretta or a p gun or a k gun,well made.way ahead of the rest except for the rib on the unsigle. my two cents jim
     
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