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~FS~ Kolar Max T/A 3bbl engraved Trap Combo

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by kgun_shooter, May 11, 2012.

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  1. kgun_shooter

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    Would you be willing to sell the top single barrel alone? Let me know

    Thanks!
     
  2. Texas Clays

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    Kgun,
    Thanks for the inquiry, I dont want to break the gun up at this point, It is such a great combo, let me try to sell it as is for now.

    Thanks Buddy
     
  3. kgun_shooter

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    No problem, I figured it would be easier to sell one of the barrels separately because most people only want either the top or unsingle and not both. Let me know.

    Thanks!
     
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    Could you tell us are they .740 or .750 bores? Thanks, Dale
     
  5. Texas Clays

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    Dale58,
    They are 750 bores.

    Thanks Buddy
     
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    Hi Buddy,

    From the second photo, is there a crack on the receiver (close to the front of the receiver where fits the forearm wood)?

    Regards,
     
  7. APrice

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    Dang, it sure looks like a crack.
     
  8. Texas Clays

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    rcclee
    What you are seeing is where the fore end metal comes togeather with the receiver. It does look like a crack, but if you took the bbl off the gun you would see there is no crack. Still a beautiful gun with no crack.

    Thanks Buddy
     
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    Buddy, I see the same thing, about 1/2" back of F.E , left side.
     
  10. RemingtonReloader

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    I see the crack too... -Aaron Schneider
     
  11. luvtrapguns

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    "CRACK" is not a crack. It is just as stated. It is the vertical seam where forend iron and receiver meet. Looks jagged in photo because of uneven engraved surface. Marc
     
  12. Dickgshot

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    It's a beautiful gun even with a crack in the receiver. Can that be fixed?
    I don't see how a gun would even develop a crack there. I wouldn't presume to
    tell someone how to sell something, but I suggest that you acknowledge the
    crack and deal with it or this gun will still be around for the second flood (or is it a fire this time?)
     
  13. william miller

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    The crack issue would be easy to solve; post a picture with the gun broke open.
     
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    I can understand why people would think it was a crack at first blush. What I can't understand is why people STILL think its a crack, after it was explained MULTIPLE times.

    People, its NOT a crack. Its the junction where the receiver meets the forend iron. In fact, if you look closely, you can see the semi-circle where the forend iron meets the knuckle.

    On top of that, the steel (4140) in the area where the junction is is about 1/4" thick. Good luck cracking that.

    If anyone cares to lay a wager down, I've got $1k on "not a crack".
     
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    Skeetman: Are we looking at the same thing. The rest of us see a 3/4" line
    down the receiver, about 3/4" back from the forend wood, and it's nowhere near any junction. It's just there, staring you in the face in the second picture. I don't know what you're looking at or describing.
     
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    I saw this gun at the San Antonio gun club the other day. As has been explained many times before, the line is where the forend iron meets the receiver. It IS NOT A CRACK!

    Steve Hill
     
  17. Texas Clays

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    Hey guys, thanks for the support. For those in doubt, I took their suggestion and took a picture; its worth a thousand words, they say. NO CRACK! Just the way Kolars seams come together. Thanks for looking. Now someone buy this pretty baby. Buddy 830-537-5676
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  18. headhunter

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    You guys Crack me up.. Sorry, no more wise cracks.
     
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    wow now it's broke in half.....lol J/k. Up for a beautiful gun!
     
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    Why couldn't I be blessed with money instead of kids????

    I SO want this gun....

    Paul
     
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