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Connecticut shotgun RBL model

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jsteenson, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. jsteenson

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    The RBL pistol grip stock has a long tang trigger guard that extends to a grip cap.
    The trigger guard is flat on the surface and creates an issue with how the grip cap fits. As the trigger guard is flat and the grip cap is curved to the contour of the pistol grip. the grip cap has a lip that protrudes in front of and at the bottom of the pistol grip. The extended tang on the trigger guard is not curved in front to match the contour of the pistol grip (IE: as in Brownings for example). I'll let you draw your own conclusions as to how attractive this is on a 3000.00 plus firearm.
     
  2. Ohio Bob

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    Don't buy one...........
     
  3. dls guide

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    A friend bought one last year and has had nothing but trouble with the gun and the company. I would not touch one for any price!
     
  4. BILL GRILL

    BILL GRILL Well-Known Member

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    I bought the sporting clays model and shoot the crap out of it. Haven't had one issue with it. Company has been nothing but helpful with me. Trigger guard and grip cap fit just fine on mine. Bill
     
  5. GrandpasArms

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    I have had a RBL 12 gauge 28 inch for over a year. It is an excellent gun for skeet and sporting clays. Not a glitch at all. It feels great and I shoot it well. It is beautiful and I wouldn't sell mine for $3,000.00

    Larry
     
  6. eightbore

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    Why is your silly post on the "For Sale" subforum?
     
  7. legman

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    A shooting friend of mine has a 20 ga. RBL that has made three trips to Argentina with him volume shooting doves. Not a single hiccup. Kenny Bruggeman
     
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