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Citori Plus F/S 30 "SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Nov 14, 2010.

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  1. boomer

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    SOLD--SOLD--A very nice 1989 Citori Plus O/U for sale. 30 inch barrels--invector plus chokes--factory case! Excellent overall with just some minor wear on the wood. Exc blue, including receiver bottom and trigger guard. Perfect bores and mechanics. REDUCED TO $1425--delivered in the lower 48. The case is worth $150! Email or call Bill @ 609-658-7739
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    Shouldn't last more than an hour. Great deal!!
     
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    That would be a sweet match for my BT-99 Plus
     
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    Nice deal here. You wont buy one cheaper especially this nice
     
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    Are the barrels ported or non-ported? I cannot tell for sure from the pictures.

    John
     
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    John-they are ported barrels.
     
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    Looks like aftermarket or home made ports???
     
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    I believe most Citori Plus OUs are factory ported - especially w/30" barrels. Nice gun and a good price//wish I had the money to add it to my 32" barrel one
     
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    What State are you located in? I have some intrest in this gun.

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    My Citori Plus 30" was unported. Traded it off on a PSS.

    The Citori Plus Combo has factory porting in both of the O/U barrels. Bottom barrel has a row of 11 round holes with a lower row of 5 round holes in a staggered pattern toward the front of the row of 11. The top barrel has 6 round holes with a lower row of 5 staggered round holes. Hope this helped.

    The Citori Plus is a heck of a doubles gun. Good luck everyone.
     
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    Looks like slots cut in the barrel in the second pic of the O/U barrels.
     
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