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Kolar T/S

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by WNCRob, May 23, 2007.

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  1. WNCRob

    WNCRob Member

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    Just curious, any feedback on the new T/S...feels a little nose-heavy to me, but looks great.

    Rob Middlemas
     
  2. sglfr45

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    The one that I test fired at the U.S. Open felt nose heavy and bulky to me. It was a .740 bore. Everyone that I have talked to that has one, loves theirs. Jeff Mainland told me that They (Kolar) couldn't build them fast enough! Matt
     
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    I have had my T/S about 4 months now. Went from shooting 23s to 25s and a lot of 100 straights. Wish I could have had one 20 years ago. Best gun I have ever had. Glenn
     
  4. WNCRob

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    Glenn, before you purchased the Kolar, what were you shooting? Did the Kolar feel a little muzzle-heavy to you? I'm wondering if it takes a bit of getting used to? Otherwise, I've heard nothing but great things about the T/S.
     
  5. Straight99

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    I shot a 34' BT 99 plus for 15 years before getting the Kolar. I tried both a Perazzi and a Krieghoff before I bought. I went right to the Kolar factory and had it fitted which was the best way because the gun fits me. I had no problem getting used to it and shot a 98 the first time out. I don't miss the hard rights and lefts anymore. If anything the gun feels butt heavy to me and I like the feel. Glenn
     
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