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BT 100 for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by SWIFT, Oct 24, 2011.

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  1. SWIFT

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    I have a BT 100 Factory code H909KIA this is a polished blue 34" factory ported
    and adj. comb. Greg Hissam changed the factory comb to accept his hardware and added his adj butt plate with Kickeze pad. I then sent the gun to Tom Wilkinson for back bore conversion to correct point of impact,(yes I have the paper $480 and gun is stamped).. I shot the gun for 2 seasons it has 95% blue and one scratch in the foreend. I have the factory box and brown overrap box which I will ship the gun to you in. I cannot send pictures but will give a 3 day inspection less shipping if not as I described. BT100ed has done business with me and can attest that what I describe will be the way it is. $1600 shipped to your ffl. I am in KS Thks for reading this
     
  2. bt100ed

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    Swift is a first rate guy and can be trusted to tell it like it is.
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  3. SWIFT

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    Thanks Ed
     
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    Will be a very tough sell without PICS even with the voucher of your good word.

    Good Luck anyway. Free Bump back up top.
     
  5. SWIFT

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    I guess I am just old, years ago when I collected we bought and sold hi grade guns on a verbal description and NRA rating all over the country. Everone knew what the gun he was Some times people just like to look at pictures the browning collectors Assoc has pictures of a hi gloss blue bt100 BT100ed has pictures of a satin one on line now. I will refund your money it it isn't as I described. I wonder if TV erroded our imagination. anyway some pictures i seen couldn't tell anything anyway
     
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    SWIFT...

    Man, are you living in the dark ages.

    A little story...I sold a 3200 w/pics to a guy awhile back...custom stock, release triggers, etc. at a rating of %95+. I wanted it back after a year so asked him if he would sell it back to me. He would. I asked if it was in the same condition as when I sold it to him and he said yes...NOT. Pics would have shown this. I did not ask for any as I trusted him. It is out for complete redo as I type this.

    My point is that I would NEVER, EVER, NEVER buy a gun without pics of the specific item.

    You would have to give me an extra $50 on top of full refund for my troubles. And, with pictures.

    JMHO,
    Bernie
     
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    I would take it if I could get a few pictures Jim
     
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    Ask yourself, how long ago were these photos taken? I take photos as soon as I get the gun. Then some more just before I sell. Bernie, If this guy had taken photos as soon as he received the gun from you. Those would be the photos you would get back. You can't trust photos. Some pixs are photo shoped. I do agree the seller should have some to E-Mail for the serious buyer. I guess the 3 day inspection period was out. Sorry to here about your "Bad Deal" Jim
     
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    Please provide me a phone number to email address: t.morris@te.com and I will call you to discuss.

    Thanks

    Tom M.
     
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    Jim,

    I can tell if they are my photos. As for photoshop, you can usually tell if fudging. Then you know something is amiss. Anyway...

    Bernie
     
  11. SWIFT

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    Dishonest people are everywere.. And some always try to beat the system. Bernie don't buy my gun w/o pictures.
     
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    I don't understand what the big deal is posting pictures to facilitate your sale.
     
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    Swift, If I were you I would E-mail some pix of your gun to someone here who can post them on this site. Many shooters have to have someone do it for them so don't feel bad (I'm one of them). Just get a friends digital camera and take a few. From what I've seen so far on this thread it will be the only way your gun will sell now. Good Luck selling your gun and break em all Jeff
     
  14. SWIFT

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    All PMs answered. LOP is 14 9/16 depending on where you set trigger (now in rear)& how thick a recoil pad you use. Yes trigger detaches as all BT's do. This one ext & ejects depending on how you set trigger. Yes its fixed choke that's how how Tom W changed POI. The other question I was asked is it a MC stock and of couse yes it is or it wouldn't have adj comb. and lastly it's hi gloss wood finish as all polished BT's are. "Pictures pictures that all these people want from me", Marilyn Monroe in an interview in the 50's..
     
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    Up for who might truly be the worst gun salesman on the planet.

    -Gary
     
  16. Calkidd

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    First off not all BT-100's are glossy, there is a satin with a non selective trigger. Secondly, a Monte Carlo is a style of stock not the fact it has an adjustable comb. You can have a MC or a straight stock. My Bt-100 is straight with an adjustable comb.

    You might want to brush up on the knowledge of your gun before you go answering more questions.
     
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    One more thing....What does this mean?

    <i>Yes its fixed choke that's how how Tom W changed POI.</I>

    How can you change you POI with a fixed choke barrel?
     
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    Calkidd.....the man said "polished blue" which seems to not refer to the satin finish model. Backboring the barrel and then honing the resulting tighter choke to the desired poi and desired constriction is normally the way it is done and it is not a job for the faint of heart.

    Ken
     
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    Thank you for the clarification.

    Bryan
     
  20. SWIFT

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    I did see a guy change the poi by sticking the barrel of an Model 12 in a P/U reciever hitch. The rib look a little funny but he said it helped. Wheat to plant.
     
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