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F/S NEVER FIRED REMINGTON 3200

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by AveragEd, Mar 8, 2009.

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  1. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    You should identify the gun by specific model (field, trap, skeet, etc.), barrel length and choking as well as stock style if a trap gun. There are a lot of 3200 variants out there. Photos will also be requested so you may as well post them here.

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    Also, you might include if the gun has had the updates done. Ed
     
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    Both barrels are choked full??????????
     
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    rick, I had a special trap that was full/full from the factory and marked so on the barrels,,,not uncommon,,,jim
     
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    Not a bad looking 3200 but I would shoot it ?? The first shot would cost $1,000 as it would be just one more 3200 .
     
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