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New in the case Browning XT top single comb -

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  1. g7777777

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    Browing XT combo with great wood -- the best I have seen on one of these and adjustable comb - factory choke tubes

    New and unfired in the case

    Barrels ported with factory choke tubes

    Jaqua sold this model for $3600 with the adjustable comb

    Some had very plain wood-- the ones they have left are probably worse

    Retail was a lot more

    The 32/34 inch ones are the ones in most demand - Mine has an adjustable comb and great wood

    hand selected wood out of over 50 that were picked from

    Reduced -- this great gun is reduced to $3099.77

    Will only ship to FFL holder

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  2. obfd13

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    Gene, Do you have the original boxes with that?
     
  3. g7777777

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    LOL

    Tron must not be working today

    no only original case
     
  4. lumper

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    Speaking of Brownings ... I looked at a Browning XS Sporting Clay gun last night that did not have ported barrels and a straight combed stock. I search the web this morning but cant find any listings on the Browning site for a XS Sporting Clay gun with a straight comb, they all have a dropped comb ... was I imagining something last night or what?

    Help ... did they produce one with a straight comb?

    Sorry to hijack this thread Gene but I know it will draw Browning people and I really dont think your gun is going to sell this time either but sorry for hi-jerking your thread.
     
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    Sorry, I don't know much about the XT line-up. What is the difference between your gun and the forty two XT 32/34 inch adjustable stock combos Jaqua has currently listed for $3195?

    By the way, do you have some pictures you could post?
     
  6. g7777777

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    I dont think the XS series had porting- it was an option

    Big Al/spolor boy/ chc-- how many names/Id do you unemployed yahoos have? Didnt you all claim to be teachers at one time on here- lmao

    this is the finest new gun you will ever find for this price

    regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS - Tron the only way Ford will stay in buisness is if the China saves them but China says they dont want them -- thats pretty bad
     
  7. g7777777

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    Joe 702 what is your name and and where do you live?

    Identify yourself and lets see if you just have one friend at all- anywhere

    or are you the typical cowardly POS that hides behind things?

    Gene

    PS - Tron if you read this and have pop corn- you are probably eating that stuff from a microwave which is nowhere near as good as the stuff from an air popper
     
  8. lumper

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    Hey now ... come on my fellow shooters. I have tried to hijack this thread and get some information but ya'll are ruining it for me.

    I think you are correct that the XS series of the sporting clays that porting was optional but if I remember correctly the XS listed at the Browning site has a almost field dimension stock but the one I had in my hand I could swear was an almost straight comb.

    Could I have been mistaken? I ask cause it sounds like there are some serious Browning experts on this thread.
     
  9. g7777777

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    actually they had an XS trap which I believe did have a straight comb as one of the two stock options

    or there was another gun with a wider rib that they made- nearly European rib that had a straight comb stock

    Gene
     
  10. lumper

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    Dang ... now I'm just all disheveled in the brainy matter up in my head ... I'm going to have to call and get the serial # and call Browning and ask them exactly what this gun had/has.
     
  11. halfmile

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    XS=skeet

    XT=trap

    Hard to understand for some.

    HM
     
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    naw there was an XS with a straigter stock option

    these recent XTs are different- the engraving pattern is different- and there was also an XT ultra
     
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    HM ... you might want to rethink your snap clarification of what I also thought was the obvious but check out 5 various models of "XS" Citori's they have.

    http://www.browning.com/products/catalog/firearms/category.asp?value=008B&offset=0
     
  14. chc

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    What is the difference between this $3099.77 gun and the XT combo with great wood someone was trying to sell back in May for $3100?
     
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    HM I think the one I was referring to is now called the XS special
     
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    Looking at Browning it seems XS models are Skeet and Sporting, and XT are trap models.

    They have expanded the X designation some.

    I don't know what the Pro Comp is.

    I have an older Ultra XS with Gracoil available nice condition for $1400, pics available.

    HM
     
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