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BT-100 Thumb Hole question

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mis-some, Jun 14, 2011.

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  1. mis-some

    mis-some TS Member

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    I had a BT-100 Stainless thumbhole offered to me for $2650.00 Am I wrong in thinking this is a very high price? Gun is suppose to be 98%,made in 1996.
     
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    Sounds high to me. I paid more than a $1000 less for my Blued BT 100 with Thumbhole stock and mine also came with a Monte Carlo stock and release. Its special but not $2650 special IMHO.
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  3. James.c

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    not at all. the gun was priced to higher $2000 tops
     
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    You might want to try one first. I say this because I can not reach the trigger on one with my thumb in the stock. I do have stubby fingers however.
     
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    Hoosier Daddy makes a very important point. I had the trigger slid all the way back and could barely reach it. I do have small hands though. They do feel comfortable to hold but you have to be able to reach the trigger.
     
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