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FS Browning special skeet

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jdsfarms, Apr 6, 2011.

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    Browning special skeet high post rib 28" O/U factory ported inv+ chokes with slyde recoil reducer 14 1/8 LOP this was my wifes gun and is built for a smaller framed person.Was purchased new hasn't been shot much but has some dings in the stock most noticable in the pistol grip where a gunsmith put it in a vise to take the stock off of it,comes with case shown and a set of seminole extended tubes and two factory flush tubes.$1550 + shipping
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    Mind telling us who the dumb ass gunsmith was. We need to avoid this guy!
     
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    Yeah who was the smith and if he did that I hope he didnt work on the inside of the gun wow.
     
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    He had a platic jawed vise guess he thought he could clamp down on it,haven't seen him at any shoots in a couple years he tried to make it right but once the marks are on there what you gonna do?Jerry
     
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    He had a vice with plastic jaws and I guess he thought he could clamp down on it but it left marks in the epoxy finish,he tried to make it right but once the marks are there what you gonna do.Jerry
     
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    Gunsmiths are human. The one I use is very competent but if he did something like that he would make it right.

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    Agreed Halfmile he made a mistake he tried to make it right thats all you can ask.Jerry
     
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    Last up before it heads to gunbroker.Jerry
     
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