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FS BT-99 Max Stainless

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by GGPOST, Jun 9, 2012.

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  1. GGPOST

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    I am selling my BT-99 Max stainless. It has an adjustable comb, 34" ported barrel, and a recoil device. I tried to go from a high shooting "RR" ser # BT-99 to this and just can not get used to it. I believe this gun is a fairly flat shooting 60-40 gun. It has a total of 4 choke tubes I believe which are all Briley including (1) 8" up tube. The lock up is tight. It does have staining on the left side of the stock above the trigger guard. I believe the previous owner had left it in the safe for an extended period of time. The only mechanical issue this gun has is that there are times when the ejector will not eject. I've oiled the necessary spots and it works on and off, just quite sure why. When it does eject, hulls fly! I've always shot an extractor and the hulls remove easily. The case is good, not great and does the job. This Must be an FFL to FFL transfer due to my state laws. I would like $2350 for this gun but I will entertain fair offers. I am looking for a BT-99 Golden Clays with the same features. Kindly email with any questions. Thanks, Gary
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  2. shrek

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    what is the length of pull on this gun?

    Is length of pull adjustable with the current hardware on it?
     
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    "JBrooks" shot this same gun to fame and fortune
     
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    The LOP is 14 1/4" and I do not think it is adjustable.
     
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