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Fabarm, Velocity, F/S reduced

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by buckshot, Sep 9, 2013.

  1. buckshot

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    Like new 30 in like new factory choke tubes (5) in there case fully adjustable rib, the only thing not factory is the release trigger i had installed 14.5 in LOP, shoots as well as any trap gun ive had in the past, the gun cost new was
    $3,065 plus $260 for the release trigger will sell for $2350.00, call me at 586-322-9282, Tom.
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    The companys name escapes me, but its the one the factory recommends,was $260 , there here in Florida, , thanks Tom.
     
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    Yes it was Coles thanks Joe
     
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    I purchased one of these off this site several month ago.
    They are great shooting semi-auto and it is the sofest recoiling shotgun I have ever shot. In addition, everyone says "what is it?". Mine was used and the original owner had attached a Birchwood Casey shell catcher, which works great when shooting only one shell. I am a Skeet shooter, so I use my XLR primarily when I shoot sporting clays. The chokes are easy to change, but usually unneccesary. The chokes are marked differently; Skeet/CYL, Close, Medium, Long and XTREME.
     
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    Try listing gun on Shotgunworld.com The site has sporting clay and skeet shooters. The gun has got a lot of very good reviews on that site.

    Joe
     
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    If not sold by wednesday, Ill keep it thanks, Tom.
     
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