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Browning BT-100 Question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dave P, Aug 7, 2011.

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  1. Dave P

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    Did the Browning BT-100 ever become available with a straight stock meaning non-montecarlo?
     
  2. Bill Roberts

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    Yes, I have three BT 100 and one came with a non monte.
     
  3. short shucker

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    Generally the "satin" models had straight comb stocks and non-ported barrels. They also didn't have the option between extract or eject on the trigger group.

    ss
     
  4. tumbleweed

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    <a href="http://s75.photobucket.com/albums/i296/3miles/?action=view&current=BTStock.jpg" target="_blank"> BTStock.jpg </a>

    Here is my "satin" model with a straight stock, counter coil, adjustable pad and adj comb. It has the drop out trigger but as short shucker says it is extract only. It does not eject.
     
  5. Dave P

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    I've been considering an adjustable comb or having the stock slimmed down. The monte just digs into my cheek too much. I had a Gracoil put on which I needed anyway because of the light weight but that didn't help at all.
     
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    Anybody have a BT-100 straight stock available?
     
  7. Bill Roberts

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    My wife had to go with the straight stock for the same reason. Works
    great for her now.
     
  8. Dave P

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    Bill: Where did you get it? Dave
     
  9. Bill Roberts

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    I bought a Bt 100 that had one on It. Their around you just have to
    keep your eyes open. I then had a gunsmith swap stocks.
    They switched pretty easy.
     
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    Hey Tumbleweed - you need to dump that extractor only gun and move on up. I will make a home for it here. It'll be hard but I am willing - just let me know where to send the check and you can send her on home to me.

    RM
     
  11. tumbleweed

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    Yakimaman,

    That is a great suggestion. If an Alferman or a Kolar would magically appear on my doorstep I'd be more than happy to pass this one off to you -:))

    For now I think I'll just have to keep shooting it.
     
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