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FS 90T HPAR

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Jim_90-T, Jun 19, 2009.

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    90T HPAR- 34” BBL Angle Ported with choke tubes, Adjustable comb, Graco Adjustable pad, includes 8 Choke tubes (2 Briley flush M & IM, 3 Angleport extended ported F,LF, & IM, 3 Wright’s extended LM,M, & IM) , No updates have been done $2400 plus shipping Email for pics.
    Can see gun at the Ky state shoot. Jim

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    Gun is For sale at the Ohio State shoot this week.

    Warrick gun case is included.
     
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    obviously I cannot see all parts of the gun, but as a value this seems ready to shoot for years an never lose a dime on the purchase. Easily the 90T HPAR is my fave rib design. Why? because the step is far away enough from your eye so as not to create a blur as you focus down the bbl. Blurs create crossfires (other things do as well, but a big blur will make you switch to your non-dominant eye as soon as the target exits the traphouse)
     
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