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f/s Browning BT 99 LEO'S SPECIAL $2250.00

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    luvtrapguns Well-Known Member

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    f/s Browning BT 99 LEO

    This is a LEO'S SPECIAL with a 34" barrel. Gun is stunning in appearance. Wood, blueing, and engraving are all very nice. Gun looks to have been shot some but very little. The gun is exceptionally tight, not yet even broken in. The break open lever rests well to the right of center. The wood has a few small handling marks, all minor with none breaking the finish. Counter Coil hydraulic unit replaced with new Oct, 2009. Gun has been checked, cleaned, lubed, and is ready to break targets. I shot two rounds with it, 24x25 from the 16, 23x25 from the 27. Gun functioned perfectly, I did not.
    Buyer to pay shipping and insurance to his FFL Dealer. If additional info is required please contact me by PM or email: marcbunk@gmail.com

    I WOULD CONSIDER A TRADE FOR A PERAZZI OR LJUTIC MONOGUN. (????)

    Model: BT 99 LEO'S SPECIAL
    Barrel length: 34"
    LOP: 14.5"
    DAC: 1.25-1.375"
    Bore: .726
    Choke: .039" fixed (factory full) with std factory bore.
    Forcing cone: long, approx 2"
    Porting: none


    PRICE: $2250.00

    Thanks, Marc

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    Pictures are my best ameteur effort. Gun looks better in person than pictures depict. There are no streaks in the wood finish, they are caused by reflection of sky and trees. Wood finish is very clear and extremely glossy.
     
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    I have been having trouble posting pictures on this site. Pictures posted from my computer HD came out with a very heavy red cast. David was informed and is trying to figure it out.

    These were posted using Photobucket. Would someone please comment as to how they look when viewed on your computer.

    Thanks, Marc
     
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    Hi Marc, the shots of the receiver and engraving all look real nice and very detailed....

    All the shots of the wood look as though someone ran the pictures thru Photoshop and has the contrast way too high as well as possibly the color saturation...

    I seriously doubt the website or photobucket has anything to do with the pictures...

    People post pictures here daily and never have these kind of problems...

    my 2c worth anyway....

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    chuckles,
    Thanks for the response. Pictures of the wood are not far from how the wood looks in person. It has really nice color and figure.

    I was in contact with David re the red problem. I emailed a pic to him to try. He had the same problem trying to insert without the red overcast even though the email pic looked fine. I am kind of a newbe to this computer stuff. You know what they say about old dogs and new tricks. I'm still trying to figure it out.

    Thanks again, Marc
     
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    The wood looks kind of "streaky" in the pics. The metal looks very clear. E-mail sent.

    Rodbuster
     
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    Rodbuster,
    Pictures were taken outdoors. If you are seeing the same streaks I see in the pictures it is from reflections of sky and trees. Wood finish is extremely clear and glossy. When viewed in person there are no streaks in the wood finish. Thanks for pointing this out to me.

    Marc
     
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    Hi again Marc...the pictures tell all...look at the sheet in the background for the gun...it varies from pic to pic...in some pics you can actually see the weave and thread count...

    that can only be brought up with Digital Photo minipulation thru a PhotoShop type program...using heavy contrast, sharpness...

    Take some new pictures in good lighting and the gun will look a lot bettter than what these pics show.

    Hope the info helps;;;

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    chuckles,
    I took the pics with an inexpensive point and shoot camera. It was necessary to Photoshop some Pics to better show the engraving detail as well as to try and eliminate glare and reflections from glossy finish on wood. Rest assured, the gun looks better than the pictures. I will attempt to reshoot. Marc
     
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    Up for a nice gun and a pleasant man to deal with. Jim W
     
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    Jim,
    Thank you for the kind words, Marc
     
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    Up please
     
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