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F/S 11-87 PREMIER TRAPS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by suptlloyd, Mar 14, 2010.

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  1. suptlloyd

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    Hello: I have two 11-87 Premier traps for sale. The newer one has screw-in choke 30" target barrel. Great wood and metal. Likely 97% or better. Nice and dark. Forearm has a small crack that has been fixed. $575. + SH [$20 flat rate] LOP is 14 1/12" Nice gun.
    The other one is older, with a Baker Big Bore 28 " barrel with 5 chokes. The receiver is a Premier Trap. The trigger is either Spear or Timney. Doesn't say but has three different springs for it that contributes to a nice smooth pull. Stock is adjustable, with a gooey pad on a morgan adjustable. LOP is 14 1/12" This gun has been a lot of fun. I think it is likely the softest shooting gun I that I've shot. The forearm has a small crack or two. The stock has some handling dings. About 90%. As long as you keep the pressure up around 9000 to properly flatten the wad against the barrel, you have a fungun that can smoke 'em. Also quite a conversation piece. Don't really know what to ask for it, with the Baker barrel. Guess $995. and I would pay the shipping. Will not separate the barrel from the gun, so please don't ask. The barrel and the trigger should be worth that. Always interested in some type of trade. Just don't take it personal if I pass on it. Thanks for your interest and i would take and send some pics to "serious" prospective buyers. Email me for them or to answer any questions.
    suptlloyd@yahoo.com
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    Dave
     
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    Is the Baker a .800 bore?
     
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    Show us please!!
     
  4. suptlloyd

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    Neat subtle hint!! Go to my email address and I will send you some. [suptlloyd@Yahoo.com] Not real clear on how to get them on this forum. Thanks, Dave
     
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    By the way, Rick979, to answer your question re: the BBore, it is marked Stan Baker BB-84
    All the chokes for it are .780, 770, 760, 750, 740. So it it an .800 bore?
    Thanks,
    Dave
     
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    Yes... That is a baker big bore barrel.Jeff
     
  7. suptlloyd

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    Thought it was. Thankx
     
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