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Browning BT-99 ATA Hall of Fame Gun

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by coveybuster, Aug 28, 2010.

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  1. coveybuster

    coveybuster Member

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    I saw one of these at one of the vendors at the Grand. I'm not sure who had it. Maybe Jaqua's. It was serial # HF0004 or something like that. I Think they wanted $2,000.00 for it. It looked really sharp. I pointed it out to my wife. She asked if I needed a third BT-99. I was very smart and did not comment. The ride home was long enough as is.
     
  2. Buster1652

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    I also had one of these beautiful trap guns. I believe they were made about 1987. Mine was issued for the state of Michigan. I couldn't make out in the picture posted
    what state was named in the banner under the eagle. Would you mind telling me which state it is.

    I think that there was about 67 of these bt99s made. One for each state and some were made available to the ATA officers and or staff. There is also one in the Browning museum in Utah I think. You should call Browning and talk to their historian for the correct information.

    Great looking shotgun.

    Art Brown
     
  3. kraiza

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    Just a question. Do you want to sell it.
     
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