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FS 3200 Special Trap

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Leafcutter, Dec 4, 2011.

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  1. Leafcutter

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    30" Barrel IM.30/F.40, Monte Carlo Stock. Excellent condition. $1500 to your FFL.
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    Hey,

    Unless it is a reblue it sure does not look like it has been shot much.

    Not like mine all the fireing pin holes are worn.

    Take care,

    Jim
     
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    Special traps usually don't bring $1500 but this one will, it is NICE!
     
  4. Leafcutter

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    I bought this gun, unfired,this spring 2011. I shot maybe 500 rounds but the gun just isn't for me. You are right; the stock is absolutely beautiful.
    I also have the factory original box with the original recoil pad included. The stock is uncut, and all factory updates have been completed. Serial number is in the 35xxx range; and the barrels have NOT been ported; are factory original. UNMOLESTED IN ANYWAY. A gorgeous 3200 in every aspect. Thanks the compliment.
     
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    Nice 3200,but have some concerns. 3200's are nortious for forearm cracking on bottom edges. Up grade guns are marked on bottom of action as well. Hood release seems more to center than to right. It's a healthy price for a 3200 special, so I need to see or know more. Thanks Al
     
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    The allen head screws are visible in the photo of the breech so it obviously has been updated. Very nice looking 3200
     
  7. Leafcutter

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    This gun has less than 500 rounds fired, When purchased the receiver had no marks what so ever, There are no cracks any where on this gun. I can forward pictures of any part that you would like...Please let me know what you would like...
     
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    Hi,

    If I needed another 3200 this would be the one for me.

    As far as the lever being to much in the center, what has that got to do with anything?

    The 3200 has a differant locking system than a Browning?

    Teach me so I know what to look for?

    Jim
     
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    There is an upgrade to the forearm. They have a weak plate that can crack, or bend. This is a part of the upgrade that was done, by remington. Loyd
     
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    Disconnecting the ejector hammer springs ends much of the stress in the forearm. I shot my last 3200 many many years producing 100s and winnings without problems before moving on......breakemall
     
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    Another place to check is the wood around the tang, top and bottom. It should not touch anywhere, any pressure will cause a chip blowout or a crack. If it does touch, remove the stock and rat tail clearance. Seal the wood and you are good.
     
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    I don't believe Remington did any of the forend upgrades. Just upgraded the receiver. The forend upgrades were something that Laib's came up with.
     
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    Old Remington Fan is correct , the forend update was never done at the factory, Laib's is the man when it comes to 3200's. this is a real nice gun and a fair asking price. Someone should buy this, NO!! not you Old Remington Fan or me either.

    Kevin
     
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    Leafcutter, You have a pm. Danny
     
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    Sent you a P.M.Paul is seriously interested.Please give him a call.
    Dave
     
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    the nicest special trap I have ever seen!! wood is nicer than most high grade guns.
     
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    Hi, if the gun is still available could you tell me the length of pull, and drop on the stock?

    Thanks
     
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    A very nice Special Trap. A great Price. If the stock is uncut as it looks the spacers can be removed to shorten if desired.


    Guy Babin
     
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    Bob,

    Should I "move on" Bob my distant yet highly valued friend???


    Hope all is well.


    Guy
     
  20. Leafcutter

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    SOLD,Pending funds...
     
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