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F/S CAESAR GUERINI SUMMIT TRAP COMBO SPF

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Coyote128, Oct 29, 2012.

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  1. Coyote128

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    FOR SALE IS A CAESAR GUERINI SUMMIT TRAP COMBO WITH A 34" UNSINGLE AND A BRAND
    NEW 32" O/U ADDED TO THE COMBO IN AUGUST. THE GUN JUST RECEIVED A PIT STOP A CG
    IN AUGUST WHEN I HAD THEM INSTALL THE 32" O/U BARREL. THE GUN COMES IN A NEW PLASTIC COMBO CASE WITH ALL THE FACTORY TOOLS AND 5 EXTENDED CHOKE TUBES
    (F, IM, M, S, IC) LOP IS 14 1/2 WITH A RIGHT HAND STOCK AND PALM SWELL
    PRICE $5000.00 SHIPPED AND INS TO YOUR FFL IN THE LOWER 48 STATES. STEVE DILORETO
    610-496-1536 OR PM ME
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    Hello,
    Where is the gun located?
    Thank You,
    Joe Isnardi
     
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    PM sent.....
     
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    Excellent Deal!
     
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    Wow Mr. Coyote 128! How many of these C.G.s do you have for sale? You have some great guns.
     
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    Glass balls this one is my son's i bought him
    a K gun and he has conviced me to buy
    a K gun also so that will be the left hand Maxum
    That you saw. I will be posting that one
    shortly.

    Thanks
    Steve
     
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    I own them both. When You buy the K gun You probably won't shot better, But Your billfold will be flatter. Norm
     
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    Norm ( old crowe 68) who said anything about
    shooting better, i just like quality guns

    Steve
     
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    C.G. AIN'T No Junk; Resp; Norm
     
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    Shame this wasn't out a few weeks ago, or I would have drove down from Harrisburg and got it, but I just bought a new Beretta. Had a Summit combo a few years ago and loved it, but funds were a little tight, and most asking more for a combo!! Great gun at a great price!!
     
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    Thanks mxrider those are kind word, these are great guns.

    thanks
    Steve
     
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    Funny thing is I sold my K80 combo and bought a CG. IMHO, the CG was a better shooting gun for me and my scores have proved it. I got caught in having a K80 too and then realized having a $10K gun didn't make me a better shooter. I have another buddy who shoots a K80 (his 2nd, both were brand new) and he admits to this day he wish he would have bought my CG. CG are great guns and for the most part are probably the best buy on the market.
     
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    Pete, i think your missing something here, i did not say anything negative about a
    CG or about my scores getting better. I own a equipment rental business and i buy the best equipment in my opinion for my customers to use , so why won't i buy the best gun in my opinion for me to use.

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    Steve,
    That's what I thought about a k80 too, until I owned one and shot it for 18 months. Sure it was a quality made gun and it was a nice status symbol, however I just really disliked shooting it. I tried really hard to like it and dumped about an additional $2K into it to try and make it fit me better. In the long run I just couldn't shoot it. I know you like the CG's and you aren't saying anything negative about them. My point is just because before you run out and buy one I would try one out as much as you can. My other buddy I shoot with alot at souderton also fell into the k80 trap too. He use to shoot a browning XS and was about a 97% shooter, then he felt he needed a K80 too and bought a $18K gold super scroll. well he shot it for a year and had terrible scores, he then sold it for $12K. While he might have had the best gun available in his opinion but it wasn't worth a hill of beans while he was shooting 75%. I can have any gun I want and I prefer to have a quality gun I can shoot well. If you don't mind me asking, what makes the K80 the best gun in your opinion?
     
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    Balance, fit and finish.Lock time on the trigger. Resale when you by them used from guys like your buddy.
     
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    I definitely wouldn't buy a new one, because your can save yourself 30-40% by looking around that is for sure. My buddy took a bath on his, only to buy another K80 about 3 months later. He did get a nice deal on his 2nd one. They are nice guns I will give them that and I did like the overall quality of them and I really wish I could have dialed mine in. It was just very frustrating and I was tired of being all over the place. I actually went back to shooting a super cool Browning Grade 2 trap for about a year after I sold my k80 and focused on shooting. That's when I went to the CG. The combination of the CG and shooting glasses turned my summer around, winning overall high gun in 2 local summer leagues. Was it the CG probably not but I'm riding it for a while because I shoot 98% with it. All in all I hope you have better sucess with one then I did. Good luck on the sale of you CG's.
     
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