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BT 99 Plus Micro

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  1. Traders

    Traders Well-Known Member

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    What is the difference between a BT 99 Plus and a BT 99 Micro Plus

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  2. grntitan

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    LOP(length of pull) is slightly shorter on the Micro.
     
  3. Oregunner

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    The micro came with a choice of a 30" barrel, while the full sized gun was either 32 or 34". Mark
     
  4. Ajax

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    The came with 28 and 30's. Also the grip is smaller so someone with small hand can reach the trigger. At one time I had both, teaching my Grandkids to shoot. Sold the 28 just have the 30 left.(and two more Grandkids) The one thing I don't care for, they are heavy.

    Ajax
     
  5. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    I had one of each at the same time. Basically the stock on the micro is 7/8" shorter than the full size. My micro had a 34" barrel with matching # to the frame. I never could understand that one but it was 34". I still have some older Browning sales catalogs that show the available barrels. Mike.
     
  6. CalvinMD

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    I've never seen the 28"...never saw a 34" micro...just 30 and 32's....the unique ones are always worth holding onto...Leo's always had some real beauties
     
  7. stokinpls

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    Our club raffled a BT99+ Micro with a 34" barrel. Unfortunately, it took so long to sell the 100 $25 chances that someone took a liking to it and pilfered it one day/night before half were sold.
     
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    CalvinMD, you must have led a sheltered life. They were made-trust me!!
     
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    Ya mean like these. Both are 32" and the top one is a Micro Plus!!
    oleolliedawg_2008_0303720.jpg
     
  10. Pride Engineer

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    I had a 28". Bought it for my 12 year old daughter at the time. She grew into a Kolar and the micro was sold for a little more then I paid for it. I guess you would say it owed me nothing.

    Mark Zauhar

    Oh, my daughter is now a member of the US Trapshooting team and is preparing for the second half of the Olympic qualifying to be held in May at Tucson
     
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    Congradulations to your daughter Pride, Mike.
     
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