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KS-5 FOR SALE

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by James.c, Aug 10, 2010.

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  1. James.c

    James.c TS Member

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    Arent the newer one's such as your called KX-5's?

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    KX-5 trigger is adjustable for LOP, and the forend release is a push button on the end of the forend stock. Also, as stated above the rib posts are straight instead of angled. The price is also much more for a gun that is basically the same gun. I prefer the KS-5 Special because the receiver looks better to me. They are not so production looking. This is a really nice gun, in new condition for a fair price. This is also the latest model of the KS-5 Special. I am kind of bias though because I own and shoot one very well. I am selling the K-80 I own because I just can't shoot it as well. Jon
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    Why would the choke tubes be IC, LM, and Mod on a SBT gun like this and no tubes in LF and Full? Were these done by Briley after the gun was purchased?
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    I own a KX-5, and the chokes for it are stubby little things that are interchangeable with the K-80. The chokes in this photo are way longer than mine.
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    This gun I would think was a fixed full choke and was converted to tubes by Briley. Longer and gradual constriction. Probably better than the original Krieghoff chokes. Jon
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