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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Gunn, Aug 13, 2011.

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  1. Gunn

    Gunn TS Member

    May 5, 2011
    I and my wife each have BT-99's. I have a chance to get another for my grandson. I am going to assume it was made in 1972 due to the serial number 72D12390. This shotgun is very well maintained. What I am asking, is this one of the "Good" ones? I always here get one of the older models. Is this one of the older models they talk about? He's young and I want this to be able to last him a long time. Tim
  2. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Banned User Banned

    Apr 6, 2010
    Absolutely! In my mind the best gun to start with. 1972 is a classic. If he requires a shorter stock to start with, I would recommend finding one that is already cut just because of this reason. As there are many out there. Then when he grows you can put the original back on and use it for a lifetime. Good luck.
  3. timberfaller

    timberfaller Well-Known Member

    Feb 24, 2007
    Eastern Washington
    I am alway seeing people looking for dates of BT 99's

    Here's Browning's website on the subject.

    Shoot for fun!
  4. Doorknee

    Doorknee TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    I bought my son a new BT99 when he was 13 years old, he is 42 now, still shooting same gun. My personal opinion the BT99 is one of the best trap guns made considering price and durability!

    Don D.
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