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Ljutic 73 For Sale:-) Trades

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by twcpdc, Aug 13, 2013.

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    Offering this Ljutic 73 I had never owned one before bought this one and I am staying with my TMX. I am looking to get my money back. So $1700.00 will get you a nice Ljutic. This information comes from Ljutic gun history.

    Barrel 34 inch bore .735 choke is .035 measured buy me.

    Rib is mid fixed shooting 60-40
    Release trigger

    Stock Walnut grade 3A lop is 14 inch adjustable soft top comb and adjustable but plate. There is some blue wear from handling gun locks up tight. Planing on bring the gun to the Grand Friday.
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    What is your understanding of the difference between a 73 and a Mono?
     
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    I was told they tried to make some change that would lower cost to make . But it really didn't so they stopped production. From what I was told they are very similar but I am not sure. Tom
     
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    My understanding of the diff between a '73 and a Mono is that the '73 is a 'off the self' gun. No options was available. It was Nadine's first SBT and my first Ljutic.

    I could be wrong...

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    I talked to Phillips at the Grand he said he would convert it to pull trigger for no charge if he keeps the release parts. Tom
     
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    Will consider trades with some cash. Tom
     
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