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BT100 F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by sootballs, Sep 5, 2013.

  1. sootballs

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    Browning BT100, stainless receiver with professionally fitted 34" blued barrel. Barrel is fixed full choke with porting. Original barrel was run over so I cut off the bent end. Put choke tubes in it and you can shoot that too. Stock is in great shape with adjustable comb and butt. Drop out pull trigger. There is some glue stuck to one side of grip from a stick on palm swell, I'm sure it can easily be removed. Gun shoots beautifully and looks great. Price is $1,595.00.
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  2. shooter99

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    Missed you at the Muscoda team shoot Sootballs!!

    Ken Cerney
     
  3. sootballs

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    Hi Ken,
    I was working on some food plots up at the cabin. Wish I could have made it.
     
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    Jim,

    It's been a while since I've seen you on here.

    How are things with you?

    Jim Cruz
     
  5. yakimaman

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    Nothing to BS about, but would like to know the lop
     
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    Looks like a nice gun for the $$ provided that glue can be cleaned up. How did the barrel get run over? Any damage to the forepiece or receiver? Bill
     
  7. sootballs

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    Hey Jim,
    Things are going great. The Bow Time Machine business is keeping extra busy.

    I'm selling the gun for a friend, although I did own this before him. I believe the Lop is about 14.75 with that pad and the trigger is adjustable as well. The glue should clean off fine. I'm not getting any type of pay for selling this so I haven't taken the time to clean off the glue.
     
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    ttt