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BT99 Serial no.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Terminator, Jun 7, 2010.

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  1. Terminator

    Terminator TS Member

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    Hi.
    Is a Bt99 with serial no RN a high shooter?

    Thank you
     
  2. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    I had a BT99 with RN serial number and it shot about a 70/30 POI compared to the higher shooting 1976 ?? RR RT ?? models that were designed to shoot about 10" high at 40 yards with stacked beads according to American Shotgunner Magazine article.
     
  3. BT-100dc

    BT-100dc Active Member

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    I have shot two different BT-99 RN serial numbers and both shoot 60/40. One BT-99 was a 34" Modified and the other 34" Imp. Mod.; both straight stocks. The RN were made after the high shooting RS & RR serial numbered guns. I believe the RN's were made in 1978. BT-100dc
     
  4. wannagolden

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    rt-1976
    rr-1977
    rp-1978
    rn-1979
     
  5. coveybuster

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    An RN (1979) BT-99 would be a hi shooter as far as BT's go. They were designed to shoot 80/20. The RR (1977) is the highest shooting BT-99 @ 100% high. The RP (1978) and 1970 guns were designed to shoot 70/30. Other "first generation" BT's shoot about 60/40.

    I have a 1970 and have shot a RP and they shoot the same, higher than my '69.
     
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