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BT 99 ? like new blake stock!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Captain Bud, Oct 21, 2010.

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  1. Captain Bud

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    Who made the gun?

    Length of barrel? Does it have choke tubes? If it is a Browning BT-99, what are the letters in the serial number (on top under the little lever that opens the gun)?

    There will probably be more questions, but these will helpus-- help you. For a start anyway.

    Philip Santos
     
  2. Ed Y

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    Too bad that your dad didn't get to use this little beauty.

    Ed Yanchok
     
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    This cannot be a BT-100. With a manufacture date of 2006 it has to be a BT-99. The BT-100 was discontinued in 2001.

    With a better picture we could tell more.
     
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    One call to browning with the serial number and they will tell you exactly what it is and then it will be easier to obtain the value.
     
  5. ljuticsscentennialpro

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    It looks like a laminated stock with a Gracoil. I've heard that Zanders had a special run of BT-99's with blued receivers/barrels and laminated stocks. There was also a factory Browning BT-99 with a nickeled barrel/receiver and laminated stock.
     
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    It appears to be a later model like the ones Gander was selling, it is oviously not a BT100
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    value around $900
     
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    Are you selling this gun?
     
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