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L@@K - F/S REMINGTON 3200 COMPETITION TRAP

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  1. messegl5

    messegl5 TS Member

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    I have for sale a beautiful Remington 3200 Competition Trap 12 Ga. shotgun with 30" barrels. This gun appears to be all original and shot very little. It has a couple very tiny nicks on the stock and the blueing looks perfect. It has 30 inch barrels IM/F. It comes with the original case, although the foam has been replaced. It also comes with the original owners manual.

    I am asking $1,900.00 or best offer plus the actual shipping cost. Please feel free to e-mail offers.

    I will ship to the FFL dealer of your choice. Thanks for looking!!!

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  2. messegl5

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    Apparently this gun does have modifications done as it does have the two allen screws and a dot in the serial number. My mistake.
     
  3. BDodd

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    A fine looking gun. I'd recommend referring to the factory upgrades as such rather than "modifications." Many won't look twice at a semi-collector that's "modified."....Bob Dodd
     
  4. messegl5

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    Thank you Bob...That is a very good point...These were in fact Factory Upgrades and no modifications have been made to this gun..

    Thanks again
     
  5. messegl5

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    I don't know much about this model...Would it be considered a gun to use or more of a gun for a collector?
     
  6. shooter99

    shooter99 Well-Known Member

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    They weremade to be shot. Since it has been shot keep shooting it. New in box would be collectable.

    CHEERS
     
  7. Hitapair

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    Stock looks like a replacement stock.
     
  8. messegl5

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    I purchased it from the original owner...This is the original stock!!
     
  9. BDodd

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    Hitapair, the Competition Grade was a couple of steps above the standard gun and had really great looking wood. I'd opine what you see is original....breakemall....Bob Dodd
     
  10. Hitapair

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    You are saying the Competitions didn't have the rosewood grip caps?
     
  11. JDinTX

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    What year was this gun made? JD
     
  12. messegl5

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    I'm not sure exactly what year this gun was made, but I understand that Remington stopped production on this model somewhere around 1983.

    Thanks
     
  13. messegl5

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    MONDAY IS THE 17th!!!!!!!

    >>>Last Offer Will Be Accepted At 9PM EST on 9/17/07>>>
     
  14. 8point

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    The original Competition wood did not have rosewood grip caps. Dave
     
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