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Mach 1 trapgun F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by wanderer, Nov 27, 2009.

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  1. wanderer

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    Mach 1 trapgun for sale. $4150.00 insured and shipped to your ffl. 33 in. brl., 14 1/2 lop., adj. rib 4 choke tubes. Pad has adj. hardware, both up, down and sideways.
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    Thanks for looking; Gary E. Gasaway.
     
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    Gary: Did you drill those holes in the receiver? I assume you did so to reduce weight? What # is this gun?
     
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    Great price for a great gun.. I once owned a Mach 1... I'd put it up against any SBT ever made..
     
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    Hi Smokingun"

    Attached is posting from Dennis Devault, when this was previously listed.

    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

    The S.N. is 47.

    Thanks for inquiry, G.E.G.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I own number 66 and the Machs are a great gun and yours is a great buy.
     
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    Gary. How much does this gun weigh?
     
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    Another great sbt
     
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    Hi MIA:

    The gun weighs 9 lbs even. The grip measures 2 1/2 inches from trigger to nearest part of grip and 2 3/4 from trigger to deepest part of grip curve. Grip measures 5 inches around. Feels great in my hand which is medium sized. Thanks, G.E.G.
     
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    Thanks for the nice words folks. Would like to find a new home this beauty. G.E.G.
     
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    Perrazi Big Bore: How does the Mach 1 compare to the Bill Cole Shotgun? By that, I don't mean which gun is "better", but what are the major differences in "feel", dynamics, operation, etc.
     
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    GEG. I'd buy that Mach in a heartbeat, but I am so wedded to my MX3 right now and I only have a few more years to have good scores.
     
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    Hi MIA:

    Know what you mean by "a few more years". Why I am reducing my inventory, (trying to that is). G.E.G.
     
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    Thanks Gary, you beat me to it. P.M. just sent. G.E.G.
     
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    Hi Gary:

    I knew that moving iron in the Obama adm.recession was tough, but this is beyond even my expectations. LOL. PM sent. G.E.G.
     
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