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F/S Remington 90T (New Price)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jjwack10, Mar 4, 2010.

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  1. jjwack10

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    Remington 90T For Sale. 34" ported barrel with fixed choke. I believe it is a full choke. The stock on the gun now was made by Country Gentlemen (Right Handed) and cost $550.00. I also have two other stocks that come with the gun. I believe both of the stocks are left handed. One stock has a soft top adjustable comb with recoil reducer. The two other stocks have adjustable combs with adjustable butt plates. Asking $2,300.00 OBO. I don't really know what these guns are worth. The reason I'm selling the gun, is that I have not been involved in trapshooting for probably 7 years (I sure do miss it). I would be willing to sell the gun seperate from the two stocks. If interested you can make me an offer. Email or PM me any offers.
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    Jason

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    up for a nice shootin' iron....
     
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    Made changes to the thread.
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    Jason,where are you located?
     
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    I'm located 25 miles north of Dayton, OH
    Jason
     
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    Other than the comb set screws, what makes them leftys?
     
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    The stock with the reducer is cut at an angle where it meets the receiver. The long side of the angle is on the right if you are looking at the top of the stock. So if the stock was put on the gun it would move the stock towards the center of your body if your left handed. The other stock looks like the cut is straight not an angle. There is a number 4 on the stock without the reducer. I hope this makes sense and helps. Let me know if you have any other questions and I'll try to answer them.
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    What kind of recoil system does that left hand stock have and would you be willing to sell it seperatly? Thanks Greg
     
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    Greg,
    I can't find anything on the recoil reducer that shows the maker. I would possibly be willing to sell seperately. I have someone interested in the gun, so I emailed him to see if he needs both stocks. If he does not I'll let you know.

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