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F/S Ljutic 73

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by EuroJoe, Jan 12, 2010.

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  1. EuroJoe

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    un-altered 33.5" bbl, Shiozaki stock, beautiful wood. $1900 delivered, pics available via e-mail. Located in No.Ill
     
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    Never heard of Shiozaki. What's significant about a Shiozaki stock? Just curious.
     
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    I'd love to see another 73 with beautiful wood....please post!
     
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    try again
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    another
     
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    "Shiozaki" refers to Joe Shiozaki of J.S. Aircushions. The company is locted in Azusa, California. The beautiful stock traces its roots to the old hydro-coil design used in the Model 12, but greatly improved with more reliability and the J.S. design uses wood. Joe and Paul who work there are genuine craftsmen. They cater more to the skeet shooting "side" of the sport.

    I think this gun is beautiful and a great value assuming it does not need mechanical work at this time.

    I'd love to have it IF I knew how it would fit me...but for now, too many shotguns, not enough time!
     
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    I shot it Monday night, works fine, but too long for me. I'm going out of town this WE, probably won't respond until next week. My cell phone is 815-494-2500 if anyone wants to reach me.
     
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    What is the LOP? Is it neutral cast?
     
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    Any functional Ljutic with a Shiozaki air cushion is a STEAL at $1900.
     
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    whats the difference from the 73 to a normal mono gun?
     
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    Mechanically the same, just a plainer version.
     
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    This gun has been sold and funds sent to the seller
     
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    The fore end latch is different from the Mono-gun. The 73 was introduced to be a lower priced trapgun than the Mono, but after realizing th ecost of mfr was just as high, Ljutic discontinued it.
     
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    Joe: Get the gun sold?
     
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    Rick: Citadel made full price offer, I'm awaiting funds and will ship shortly thereafter. He jumped first, so he gets the 73. I must have sold it too cheap, got lots of action off of TS.com.
    Thanks to everyone who looked and responded, Joe O.
     
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    Funds received !! Gun's on the way !1 Thanks to all who inquired ! I wish I had 6 more like it, must have been a bargain. Joe O.
     
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