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Browning Salt guns

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by pigeon101, Dec 9, 2010.

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  1. pigeon101

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    I was looking at a Browning Pigeon Grade today. It was made in 1970 short tang
    with replaced wood on it. The receiver had a small amount of pitting from the salt/rust on it. Still it was a very nice gun. Came up nice and felt real good. The only problem was the barrels were shortened to 26" and it had thin wall tubes in it. I for the life of me can not understand why someone would do that to gun of this style. It was at a Gander MTN for $699.99
    5 thin wall tubes + a Browning hard case.
     
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    If the stock has been replaced, look at it this way, where you can buy a very well made name brand shooter for $700 (with a $100 case) ?
     
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