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BT99/BT100

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Traders, May 29, 2011.

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  1. Traders

    Traders Well-Known Member

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    I am considering buying either a BT99 or BT100. Either gun would be used exclusively for shooting trap. What's the difference between these guns. For clarification, I am not asking which is the better gun, I am asking what are the differences in the features of the gun.
     
  2. flybyknight

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    The major difference is that the BT-100 has a removable trigger. There are slight differences in the shape of the forarm, and the stocks are slightly different too. Bob K
     
  3. bt100ed

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    The other difference is that a BT100 has a higher rib than a BT99.
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  4. Pull & Mark

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    Also, With the removeable trigger the 100 can give you a eject or extract your emptyies depending on what you want with a simple adjment of a trigger screw. Also with a adj. screw in the trigger you can change the pull from about 5 l/2 pounds to 3 l/2 pounds. Both of these features are on the high gloss finish and stainless steel finish guns. The low luster finish l00 only has the eject/extract feature with no pull adjustment feature, but still has the higher rib and drop out trigger. Good Luck with your choice. Break=em all. Jeff
     
  5. JOND

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    Neither safe for hunting-NO SAFETY !!!! JOND
     
  6. Trap4

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    Jond, reread the original thread--It would be used exclusively for TRAP--not hunting

    Trap-4
     
  7. Johnny

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    Pull & Mark , I think you have the low luster 100 backwards. It is extract only with trigger pull adjustment.
     
  8. Pull & Mark

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    Johnny, You may be correct. Thanks for the heads up. My memery is not what it used to be. I know it missing one of the two. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    Also, be aware that there are variations with the lines. I just bought a BT-99 Grade III which is different than a base model in a number of ways.

    Pete
     
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    Yeah the matte finish BT 100 had extract only. The other finishes had the option to switch from eject/extract on the drop out trigger. I believe all models had adjustable trigger pull length. I know my matte finish 100 did. The BT 100's also had changeable triggers. Mine came with a right cant, left cant and straight triggers held on by set a set screw. The set screw is also how the trigger is adjusted for length of pull. Either the BT 99 or BT 100 are great Trap guns and used by many. Its simply a singles/handicap gun though. There is no available O/U barrel for doubles if that is a requirement.

    Hunting??? Are you freak'n serious?

    Here is a pic of both although my 100 shown has the Thumbhole stock as most don't. Note the rib height difference.
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  11. Traders

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    Thanks for all the information.
     
  12. JOND

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    Just trying in my small way to let anyone who may not know that the BT100 and BT99 are not equipped with safetys. Gun safety is always job one. JOND
     
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    Don't forget to mention the BT-99+ which has a higher adjustible rib and recoil reducer and adj comb! There are millions of combinations of BT-99's!
     
  15. jhmorrisn

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    Is there an adjustment to lighten the trigger on the BT99?
     
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    The BT-99 Max is the same as a BT-100 but the trigger is
    not removeable.
     
  17. Hoosier Daddy

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    There is no trigger adjustment on the BT99. There were three different BT100s made. The difference was in the point of impact. One shot 60/40, one shot 70/30, and one shot 80/20. The difference is distinguishable by the height of the rib at the muzzle.
     
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