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Browning superpose 20 ga F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by gun1357, Apr 28, 2012.

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  1. gun1357

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    That will go quick. Ron

    Well, I thought it would. These are great little guns. It must be the wrong time of year.
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    Ive got a round knob long tang 20 in the tan browning take down case that ive been asking $1200 with no takers. dunnio but it might be to soon to be thinking about bird hunting
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    I'm guesing that the 1971 date is scaring folks. Even if the gun doesn't have salt it's from that era. Too bad. Looks like a nice gun
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    Jake, I am still interested. Trevor Dawe Calgary Alberta Canada trevdawe@shaw.ca
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    That's a great bird gun---I have one and love it.The price is high but worth the $$s---It's the economy---gL----SJB
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    Better close up pics will help. This is a prime year for salt guns. Those in the know will assume it is until it is proven not to be. A picture of removed buttplate screws, forend escutcheon, and close up of fit of stock to rear of receiver will dispel fears of corrosion.

    Attempts at enlarging these photos appear to show rust at rear of receiver.
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