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??? MX2000

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by william miller, Mar 1, 2011.

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  1. william miller

    william miller TS Member

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    What is the difference between a MX2000, unsingle, adj. rib; and a MX2000RS unsingle, adj. rib??
     
  2. pheasantsgalore

    pheasantsgalore Active Member

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    MX 2000 adj. ribs have 5 notch adjustability, and RS models only have 4 notch adjustability, otherwise, pretty much same gun, I think......Rob
     
  3. trapshooterjoe7

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    The RS model has a higher rib.
     
  4. zzt

    zzt Well-Known Member

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    The MX-2000 unsingle was designed as a single barreled gun. You cannot buy a set of O/U barrels that matches in comb height. That may or not be a deal breaker for you.

    The MX-2000RS is the exact same gun with a slightly higher adjustable rib. It can be ordered as a combo, or convert to one later. The MX-2000RS O/U has an adjustable rib and the rib heights are the same.

    An MX-10RS is the same gun without the engraving on the receiver, and the bluing is not as nice. The MX-2000RS O/U and the MX-10RS O/U are identical except for the markings on the monoblock and the quality of the bluing.

    Today, the MX-2000RS is considered a more desirable gun and fetches a premium (used) over the MX-2000.
     
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