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Mach 1 Trapgun F/S -- $4150.00

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by wanderer, Jul 25, 2009.

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  1. wanderer

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    Mach 1 Trapgun F/S on GunsAmerica, GA Nr. is 901509525, GEG.
     
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    "The forend and receiver have been drilled to lighten the gun's weight." What?
     
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    Shotshell. Ljutic does that too. When you open the gun y9u see that holes have been drilled into the sides of the recvr from top to bottom. I do not know how they lighten the forend. Prob drill more holes in the wood.
     
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    These were drilled by Dennis at the factory, or aftermarket?
     
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    Gee let's see, I have to cut and paste the number into GA hope I get it right and then after waiting forever on my dialup I get to see what it is you have to sell. Ya know I aint gonna bother to, I am in the market for a nice SBT but if you wanted to sell it to me you'd put at least a description on here if not a picture. Good luck selling it in cyberspace.
     
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    Aren't the receivers hardened? Actual holes drilled in the receiver?

    How can it be 'as new' when somebody drilled a bunch of holes in it?

    Dude, if you gun is too heavy, sell it and get a different one; don't go crazy with the black and decker.
     
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    The gun that is being referred to was built originally for a lady. She requested that the receiver be drilled to reduce some weight. The drill work was done here by NCP Products originally. The receiver is hardened 4340 but it is not to hard that it can not be drilled. THe forend was lightened origianlly here but I have not seen this gun in our shop for a long time. Still a great buy if it was taken care of.

    Dennis DeVault
     
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    perazzitms---Bet you feel like an idiot now?? Thats usually what happens when you let your ass speak for your mouth.
     
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    Nice chatter guys:

    Thanks, Dennis and MGM.

    GEG
     
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    Dennis. What would yo uthink this gun will weigh at? Is the grip short to accomodate a small hand?
     
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