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FS- mdl 97 trap- simmons rib - sold thx

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by acss, Jun 8, 2013.

  1. acss

    acss Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    forsale- model 97 12ga trap- 30in

    restored and ribbed by simmons ,olathe ks

    it shoots nice!!

    $1800 + 50 shipping

    wally riebesell 660-744-4115 cst


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    Fabulous...Lop ? and drop at Comb ? Please and Thank You, Bart
     
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    That is one sweet stick!!!!
     
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    LOP 14 1/8" comb drop 1 1/2"

    30in barrel- full choke
     
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    HERE ARE BETTER PICTURES--
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    What is the barrel length and choke ?
     
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    When will you part it out ?? Sacrilege runs in your DNA
     
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    Slickest 97 I believe I have ever seen!
     
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    chop it to 18" and the SASS boys will eat it up!!
     
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    That is an original "Assault Weapon" the M'97 was issued as a "Trench Sweeper" in WW1. Another Browning classic design. I would like to have it but won't. Broke my first Clay with one, Shot my first Pheasant with one, first Dove, first Quail, first Jackrabbit too. Moved on to M '12 then my Brownings. When I was a kid though there were a bunch of WW1 vets still around and shooting those at the turkey/trap shoots. What a time that was. The WW1 guys were getting old and the WW2 and Korea guys were in their prime. Us future VN vets were taking it all in. Once in a while the WW1's would talk the virtues of that hammer gun in the Trenches of Frogland and the WW2's would address its worth on the Pacific Islands along with the M'12. Both the M'97 and M'12 would shuck and shoot without releasing the trigger. The sear disconnect was added later.

    Nostalgia and insomnia both strike late at night.

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    30in barrel- full choke
     
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    Nice gun with a lot of work in it. Enjoy it.
     
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