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Brng 525 12g Sport 30 SOLD pending funds.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Jerseyshooter, Feb 24, 2013.

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  1. Jerseyshooter

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    For sale is a Browning 525 Sporting, Grd 1, 12g, 30" bbls, ported, 14"LOP, upgraded recoil pad, 5k rounds shot through it,lever still to rt of serial number, SN is an MX number, 7 chokes, very good condition, never had any problems with it. Really nice Guardforce case. 1600 with case, 1350 no case...that will include shipping to lower 48. PM and I will answer any questions. I live in Anderson SC now if you prefer FTF. Thanks RICH
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    What is the poundage of the triggers? What chokes are included and what make are they.

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    Mike W
     
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    Pics are of a Grade 3, not grade 1. Great buy. Bob
     
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    Smithy 47 how can you tell it is a Grade III? I am totally cool that the fellow I sold it to got a great deal. I paid grade I price for it so I have no worries...love to know how you can tell from my very NON professional pics! Thanks and good for my buyer in S. Dakota...its cold up there and they deserve a good deal!
     
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    I replied to your PM. The grade 3 has much more engraving than the grade 1. The dead give away is the braded 1/8" line that comes down from the top of the reciever and forms a semi-circle on both sides then comes straight back towards the stock. The grade 1 does not have this and is pretty plain compaird to the grade 3. Also, the underside has much more engraving on it than the grade 1. Happy to help. Go on Gunbroker, the shotguns for sale there have good pics of grade 1 and grade 3's.(I have one in each guage, all grade 3's). Bob
     
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    Well don't that beat all?! I always thought it was a right pretty gun! Thanks for the information.
     
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