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F/S 682 GOLD COMBO

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by gunrac, Dec 21, 2009.

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  1. gunrac

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    ........................This gun has been SOLD!.........................

    Not pulling the trigger for some 5 year's, probably longer, my wife and I have decided to part way's with our trap gun's.

    Top single SUPER X TRAP: 34", Forcing cone lenghtened, backbored and ported. "Cantrell" Money Maker Rib. Chock tube's. Shoot's a bit high..

    Double: 30" forcing's cone's lengthened. Ported. Chock tube's. The timing is a little off, but does not effect the gun's performance.

    The orignal stock was shortened to the point, I couldn't use it. "It will go w/t gun" It was very well fitted with a full length stock, "RODS CUSTOM STOCKS" Cut comb. w/a adj. Kick-ezz butt pad. Adj. LOP. The stock does shows worn finish, around the cheek area only. Gracoil is mounted solid. Bore's are bright. Overall, a pretty clean outfit, w/case.

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  2. BigDave1200

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    "The timing is a little off, but does not effect the gun's performance."
    What is meant by this? Could someone educate me on this term. I am new to this forum and I am trying to understand some of the terminology used.
    Thanks Dave
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I cannot speak to Dave's "timing" issue, but usually it has to do with when and if the ejectors respond on time to eject the hull. Eject and fully cock the hammers at the same time is normal timing.
     
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    Dave: The only way to learn is to ask questions. MIA, is correct. 1 ejector just pops a bit quicker then the other. Just; this being called, out of time.

    Not knowing exactly what it would take, I've been assured it is correctable in the hands of right smithy. It was never an issue for me. It does not affect the way the gun shoots. I just wanted to be thorough as possible on my description to eleminate any recoarse down the road.

    Ron
     
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    I guess that would only be a problem if you were shooting doubles and catching your hulls? Thanks for the explanation!
     
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