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BT-100 question

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Browning Man, Aug 21, 2007.

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  1. Browning Man

    Browning Man TS Member

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    What is the POI of the BT-100, are they good guns?
     
  2. djpk69

    djpk69 TS Member

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    They have adjustable combs....but I've found that mine shoots rather flat....maybe 60/40 at best. With my SKB Unsingle .....the front bead is just under the bird,almost have to cover with the BT100. Nice gun though....get the gloss (as opposed to Satin) finished one.Satin's lack removable trigger anr/or the extract/eject feature (if memory serves me well).
     
  3. mobear

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    Satin model has the removable trigger, but cannot be switched between extract/eject, the trigger assemblys are interchangeable, the difference is in the reciever of the gun.
     
  4. Bridger

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    The one I had shot flat too. Nice gun though and too bad Browning couldn't sell enough of them to keep in production. The high gloss one is the nicest one they made as that's the one with the ejectors and removeable trigger.
     
  5. djpk69

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    As I said above....I also have a SKB unsingle ......and LIKE it... I always wanted a BT.Bought my BT100 last winter for $1700 in Mink condition (original case included).I sold a Citori Sporting to my buddy 2 years ago, he tried my BT100 (for the first time) and shot 24/24 from the 16, then 23 from the 27 yd line. He wants it...but it's not for sale.If your used to a "flat shooter" you'll be happy with the BT100.I'm fairly certain that the gun can be fitted to "shoot where you like".Several people at my club have them and they are "work horses".
     
  6. Browning Man

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    I have a BT-99 stainless and it shoots flat, I would like to have something with an adj. rib like the BT-99 plus or the BT-99 AR.
     
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