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F/S: BT-99 Golden Clays - SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by alwaysmissbehaven, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. alwaysmissbehaven

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    Description:
    Receiver - Steel, Silver nitride finish, Gold accented, high-relief engraving • Barrel - High-post ventilated rib, Ported • Action - Extractor only • Stock - Gloss finish walnut stock, Beavertail forearm • Features - Three Invector-Plus™ choke tubes, Adjustable straight comb, Adjustable GraCoil recoil reduction system

    12 Gauge 2 3/4", Barrel 32", OAL 49", Length of pull - Adjustable, Drop at comb - Adjustable, Drop at heel - Adjustable, Weight 8 lbs. 15 oz., MSRP $4,339.99

    I am the original owner of this BT99 and have included a number of photos to help illustrate the great condition of this gun. It is very tight and the barrel release latch is well to the right of the center position when locked. The wood does not have any handling marks and is as new. The barrel blueing has very slight wear were the front portion of the forearm contacts the barrel and slight wear of the gold plate on the trigger otherwise would be as new. The hinge has always been greased prior to each use and perfectly broken in with no galling. The gun comes with its original Browning case, all original documentation and components including, 3 Invector-Plus choke tubes, Browning choke tube wrench, all original allen wrenches and supplied lube for the GraCoil recoil reduction system.

    Price $2700.00 Plus shipping to your FFL.
    Contact Barry at 952-474-6766 if interested.
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    Not interested in trades...Thanks
     
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    Hello AMB..

    Could you tell me how old this gun is..

    ...and if it does or does not have a palm swell?

    Thanks..Stan..
     
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    Stan,
    I do not believe that any of the BT99's have palm swell, only the XT's. My guess is they do this to accommodate right or left handed shooters with this gun. If they have palm swell now I am unaware of it. The gun was purchased in 2006 and shot for 4 seasons. I do not shoot that much and am lucky to get my minimum targets in for our state shoot. You can check out my ATA target record if you are interested.

    Thanks...
     
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    just a question- box says invector choke but choke tube container says invector plus- ?? they are different, no? Beautiful gun.
     
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    The chokes are invector plus...
     
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