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How things have changed.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 1100 REMINGTON MAN, Mar 7, 2013.

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  1. 1100 REMINGTON MAN

    1100 REMINGTON MAN Active Member

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    Went to a fun shoot last weekend. Have things changed, I use to shoot Trap 25 yrs ago. Around 20 shooters showed up, of all the shooters 2 Remington's & 1 Winchester Model 12 all the rest High end Trap guns. What happened to the working man ?
     
  2. BT-100dc

    BT-100dc Active Member

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    Most of our club trapshooters are "non-working" men as we're 95% retired. BT100dc
     
  3. GW22

    GW22 Active Member

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    20 shooters and zero Brownings?


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    -Gary
     
  4. 1100 REMINGTON MAN

    1100 REMINGTON MAN Active Member

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    Yes there were a couple BT-99s, But no big showing & 1 BT-100. Just FYI. I have always considered BT 99 Expensive gun, I only paid. $ 229.00 for my new 1100 back in 1976.
     
  5. Bob Schultz

    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    "sticker price" on my '76 Corvette was less than $8000 too! I bought a TM-1 about that time for $700. Times do change and so has the sport.

    Bob Schultz
     
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