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F.S. REMINGTON 90 T standard rib

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by lkb, Feb 24, 2012.

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  1. lkb

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    I have been trying to decide wheather to do this or not, but I guess I will, that is sell my 90T. I have shot it so well, better than any trap gun I have ever had and that a bunch. 34", factory porting, barrel "untouched" locking bolt just rebuilt by Doug Braker, all springs replaced, (and extras) stock adjustable by Keith Heeg, as well as the adjustable recoil pad by Keith,gun is in real good shape, some nicks and a couple of marks on the comb, asking 1800.00 Please E mail: Larryboww@aol.com for more pictures and info.
     
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    You'll be sorry for selling this fine gun!
     
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    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    I imagine if Doug had it the updates where done if needed.

    Also, what is the choke constriction measurement?

    Is it possible for a picture of the adjustable stock?

    Thanks,

    Jon
     
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