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F/S Remington 90T

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by joe90t, Jan 21, 2013.

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  1. joe90t

    joe90t Active Member

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    THAT is a "GREAT" 90T with an Americase---- Looks "NEW" to me. Joe joe90t
     
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    I would like to buy your Remington 90T.
    Please contact me with information and I will send payment and have my FFL contact you.
    Thanks,
    Richard
     
  3. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Looks like somebody is going to be, happy, happy, happy!
     
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    If RichardS' deal falls thru, I want to be next in line to buy this shotgun

    Chuck
     
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    Needs updates
     
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    Needs? Not necessarily. Future, possibility.
     
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    Stl Flyn, you are so right -----Future Maybe---This ol 90T i shoot has OVER 80,000 rounds thru it and i MAY have to have the update to the Forearm done by GunDr------ SOMEDAY !!!!!!!! Joe joe90t
     
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    To the Buyer of this 90T. Sir, you have MADE one of the best Buys in a Single Barrel Trapgun. JMO The Adj. LOP trigger is a "little" costly but worth the Money. You have "MANY" happy shooting days ahead. Joe joe90t
     
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    Beautiful Gun... but one that is 20 years old...

    If its going to be a shooter, consider a tune-up - a set of springs and a fresh oiling... it probably has the old brittle horseshoe style c-clips in the action...

    I think 320090T broached a valid comment... I interpreted the forearm update as more of a preventative measure from GunDr...

    My 90T had a good deal of its original grease in it... since we don't have a pic of the gun closed and locked up - where is the release lever at?! Wouldn't hurt to have GunDr take a looksie at the angle of the locking bolt either...

    Just my $0.02 as an interested 90T owner...

    Jay
     
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    Joe90t knows. I bought my 90t from him and never looked back. Great guy, great deal. I said it here before, if I had bought a 90t first I wouldn't need a gaggle of Krieghoffs.
     
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    Worry about 20 yr. old springs breaking.....Really?

    Hope the Eisenhower and Truman era springs don't go out in my 870 or M-12 this summer I doubt that they will.
     
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    Yes the springs do go south. GunDr just updated the springs on my HPAR (that had less than 2,000 rounds through it) and it makes a huge difference. I have a backup HPAR that has a few more rounds through it but the springs are shot, it will go to him next. The spring replacement is not a big deal, perhaps it is an age thing not number of rounds. GunDr is wise and may chime in at some point ;-)

    David
     
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    I never knew thay made an adjustable trigger. Is that aftermarket or a factory option?
     
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