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FS Ugartechea 600 Series 12ga 28 PRICE LOWERED

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by GrandpasArms, Apr 19, 2011.

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  1. GrandpasArms

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    The seller is motivated. I'm the FFL helping him with the sale.

    $785 - shipping included. One picture below. Others available. Just ask and I'll send them to your email address.
    Larry@grandpasarms.com
    Extremely nice Ugartechea, Side by Side 12 gauge, 28 inch. Imported by Precision Sports of Cortland, New York. This gun is used. No box or papers.
    Leather and Canvas Case is included.
    The case is marked "600 Series", but I don't see any stamped marking that would specify which model in that series SPECIFICATIONS:

    12 gauge
    3inch (Magnum)
    Right bore is 0.699 inches (IM to light full?)
    Left bore is 0.679 inches (Extra Full?)
    28 inch barrels
    Double triggers
    The distance from the center of the front trigger to the center of the butt pad is 14 inches
    The distance from the center of the rear trigger to the center of the butt pad is 13 inches
    Extractors (They pop up when the gun is broken. I tested it with a couple of spent shells. They did NOT fly out.)
    Concave solid rib
    Like new working order
    Comes with a beautiful canvas and leather case, with key (easily worth $200 itself)
    Weight is 7 pounds, includes an installed 7 ounce Recoil Reducer (The weight is 6 pounds, 5 ounces WITHOUT the added weight - 7 pounds WITH)

    Condition: I am not qualified to assign an "official" grading, but this gun is beautiful and very clean. It is at least 95%.

    No rust
    No dents
    Excellent, mirror-like bores
    Excellent case color
    SN is U188243 (probably late 1960s)
    No cracks
    Wood is beautiful and checkering is sharp and deep


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    If this was a 20 ga id take it! Beautiful gun!
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    Now that you mention it, I probably wouldn't have it for sale if it was a 20. However, because its such a beauty, I might investigate a set of tubes.

    Larry
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    Yeah the 20 ga would be the perfect quail gun.
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    Bill, they're extractors - just lift the hulls up.

    Larry
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    I had this same gun in a 410. 29 inch matte rib with bushed firing pins! Iw was a beauty. got the whole 410 thing out of my system with it. This is an very well made gun for the money. I suspect it has bushed firing pins as well. You won;t see that on guns less then 2,000 anymore. Jeff
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    Just bumping up.
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