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Browning XS 32 For Sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Huntin'Fool, Dec 15, 2010.

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  1. Huntin'Fool

    Huntin'Fool Well-Known Member

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    Well its time to pass this clay buster on, my new shotgun is here and I do not have plans to use this any more.

    Its a Browning XS 32" Ported Barrels, Invector Plus Chokes, Has the Browning Replaceable Triggers, Light Pipe kit, 5 Diana Grade Chokes (Full, IM, M, IC, SK) Some have not even been used, finally Browning Brown Leather Case.

    I bought the gun new 12/23/09. There is a ding or two on the stock nothing major. Barrels still have excellent blue to them, the gun locks up tight, lever still to the right. The gun has no more then 2500 rounds thru it, i think its about 2000 but looking back over the time I used it I would rather over estimate the rounds thru it.

    The gun was $2,000
    Chokes 54.99 each without tax $274.94
    Case $200

    I am looking to get $2,000 for everything


    Any questions please feel free to ask.



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  2. TrapCrazy

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    I've seen this gun in action on the trap field. It is a winner.
     
  3. Huntin'Fool

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    I will consider a 12 ga 26" or 28" Field gun as a partial trade
     
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    Any interest in a RGS commemorative 20ga for a trade?
    Gun is as NIB (possibly unfired) case colored rec. gold inlays.
    28" CT Bbls., hard case. I will send pictures if you are interested.

    kafura@sbcglobal.net or call 262-492-0820 - Mike
     
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    sorry not a 20 ga
     
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    Bump for my LE buddy, Great, honest guy to deal with. Somebody needs this XS with the accessories.....
     
  7. Huntin'Fool

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    Thanks for the nice words, just to be clear this is an XS not XT. I have had several people ask about it. Its a flat rib gun, not a stepped rib. It shoots POI


    LOP is 14 3/8"
    Drop at heel 1 3/4"
     
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    several people have asked about selling the gun w/o case or chokes or a combination of the two. i really perfer everything to go together. If i have to i will part it out
     
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    i will also add a choke tube case
     
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    I have been looking at buying a XT. What is the difference between a Xt and XS??

    Thanks Huntinandhotrods
     
  12. TrapCrazy

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    Check out Browning.com for the real difference but the big difference is that the XS is desinged for Skeet versus the XT is for trap. The XS has a tapered flat rib with a straight stock and shoots a flatter pattern and the XT has a higher post rib with a montecarlo stock that shoots a higher pattern. This is a nice gun and a good guy to deal with.
     
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    thanks for the words again, you saved me some typing.


    its just a flat shooting gun
     
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    Bump, offers?
     
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    pms responded to
     
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    Let's hear an offer or two
     
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    That's a nice shotgun. A friend used to shoot trap with one but his was a 30" and it shot about the same as an XT for me. I didn't think they made the skeet gun in a 32", could that be a sporting model?
     
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    the XS is a sporting model
     
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