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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by dhip, Oct 25, 2012.

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  1. dhip

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    LOP

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    14 5/8 LOP
     
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    One thing to say "nice"

    good luck with your sale

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    How about $700 ,you keep the chokes.I'd have to get stock shortened and I have all the Inv. + chokes I need.Not trying to be insulting,just making an offer.One here at our gun club with case went for $700.

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    Ya should have bought that one ;op Jerry
     
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    I Know,but someone else had dibs on it.I took check book in case he turned it down,He didn't.

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    How hard is it to change it back to a pull trigger? I'm interested but can't shoot a release trigger. Thanks, Dale
     
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    Do you happen to know what the drop is to the comb? thanks, Dale
     
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    Usually, you just need to knock out a pin, and remove the hook. Then put the pin back in place along with the other parts that where on that pin, of course. Sometimes that can be a little tricky. Nice gun!
     
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