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Mini Shooter's Car and a Nice Skeet Gun

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Barry C. Roach, Jun 26, 2013.

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    Mini Shooter

    Offered for sale is my little Cricket "shooter's cart". Some of you have seen me running about the Illinois and Ohio state shoots and the Grand in this little cart. I have updated the charger since I bought it new. It works well and comes with options like shade roof, back seat and foot rest w/hand rail, a convertible "truck bed", loading ramps and heavy duty gun rack (not seen in photos). It shows typical wear and tear for it's age and has always been stored under roof.

    It can be reduced in length and height and fits nicely in the back of about any small SUV. No need for a truck or trailer. Original price with options was $3,600. I want $1,600.00. Email me at the addy, above or give me a call at sixone89eight008seven7. I'm in Southern Illinois and will have it at the Central Zone Shoot at Brittany and the Grand American in Sparta for examination.

    The gun is a Miroku/Charles Daly 12G. Skeet gun from the 60's. Fixed chokes, no rust, typical "Brownintg" like straight grained wood and finish. It has some cosmetic minor dings and handling marks on the wood. The metal is very nice and bluing is about 98%. This gun is tight and has had little use. It would make someone a good little skeeter or bird hunting gun. I'm asking $899.00. No trades, please. Thanks for looking, Barry.




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    Oh yeah. It has "baby moon" hub caps too ..... the cart, not the gun.
     
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    Took the gun out to the gun club today. Had to make sure it shot. I used light loads and shot bottom/top and then top/ bottom. It worked perfectly. Then I shot some Nitros and there was no "doubling" either.
     
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    The gun includes a cheezy (but legal) dark brown corduroy case.
     
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    Tomorrow I'm going to detail the cart.
     
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    It fits in the back of an SUV? I'd like to see that.
     
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    http://www.ricksesv.com/
     
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    Been doing it for about 5 years now. I have transported it in a Ford Escape, Ford Flex and a Saturn Vue. It requires some "breakdown" to accommodate the top and the seat back. In the smaller SUV's it "slides" together to shorten it. In larger/longer SUVs you wont have to shorten it. I'll have it at the Central Zone shoot at Brittany Shooting Park and at the Grand.
     
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    tt for guy az.