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For Sale: BT-99 HOF

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by cksowers, Apr 19, 2012.

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  1. cksowers

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    For Sale BT-99 Hall of Fame. Asking
    $2000. OBO. Browning made one for each state and this one is "Iowa". 32" barrel, 3 chokes and original box. I'm not sure what year it was made, but I've been told the mid 80's. The wood is beautiful and overall is in excellent condition. I only shot 1 box of shells through it.
    Buyer pays shipping to a FFL dealer.
    Seriours inquiries only
    Call 360-873-8719 for more info.
    Please no emails.
    Thanks
    Curtis
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    As a BT99 lover ,...that is a sweet gun
     
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    These are sharp guns. I have seen a couple of them.

    There is something funky about the serial numbers too. They are in order of admission to the Union or something like that.

    For someone who likes things that are unique, this is a find.

    If they were straight stocks, I would probably have one.
     
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