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  1. 1Ljutic1

    1Ljutic1 TS Member

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    I got my first Ljutic last week. Check it out. Cant wait to shoot it this weekend. Hopefully these pics come through correctly. (first time) Steve

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  2. 1Ljutic1

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    Here is another pic of the wood. I know its not the best, but its my first step up. Steve

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  3. Hauxfan

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    Looks great! I'm sure you'll be happy with it. Great guns!

    Hauxfan!
     
  4. 1Ljutic1

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    Thanks! I hope I shoot it well too. It hits a little different then my Browning. It is set for 90/10. Little higher than my Plus guns. Steve
     
  5. Texshooter

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    The gun looks great. After having several and watching the market, it seems that the most popular is a 34", mid rib, unaltered barrel with fixed full choke, Mono gun, 80/20 or 90/10 and adjustable comb without a fancy recoil reduction device. It looks like you have the perfect Ljutic. If you ever want to sell, call me. AJ
     
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    pics are there on this end..just empty boxes from photobucket which i don't access...
     
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    correction....no pics here on this end....too bad..I love lookin' at Ljutics almost as much as I like shootin' them!
     
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    Thats really weird. The photos were there a little while ago.
     
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    Figured out why my pics dissapeared.

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  10. ljutic73

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    got the pics now...very nice...some day maybe I'll get me a new one too....good luck with it!!
     
  11. 45er

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    It's fun to see someone share the excitement of a new gun like this. Hope you really enjoy it. I'm not a trapshooter, but do like to visit this site. I mainly shoot sporting clays and I too, enjoy owning a nice gun (Perazzi MX8). I'd like to know what the mystic is about the Lutjic. From what I can see on the internet, they must be awesome guns - but what are the qualities about them that make them that way? A million rounds on one firing pin is certainly one obviously extraordinary aspect of these guns, but what else makes them the object of desire they seem to be in trapshooting circles? I've never had the pleasure of handling one so I'm curious as to what you folks have to say.

    Rob
     
  12. g7777777

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    Enjoy it

    Keep it lubricated and it will last forever

    regards

    Gene
     
  13. 1Ljutic1

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    Thanks all for the kind responses. I am off to the club for 1:00 today for the first rounds of trap with it. Steve
     
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    Looks like mine. And I bought it 20 years ago. They don't change, and I've never changed my firing pin either.
     
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    45er.....I had never shot one until I tried the Ljutic I own now....took it out and broke 75 straight singles first time out...the gun felt like it was custom built to fit me...still does...
     
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    What a beautiful gun. I have owned 5. You will love it. Later you can send it back and get the side plates polished, really sets the gun off. Beautiful wood. Good luck, and break em all. Roy
     
  17. 1Ljutic1

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    Hi all....shot two rounds yesterday. Broke a 23 first round, shot over the top of a couple. Shoots higher than my Brownings did. Ran 25 the second round. So now that I know where it hits, I hope to "BREAK 'EM ALL" Steve
     
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    Are the new Ljutics sold today produced on the old Ljutic production line or are they a product of the new equipment and engineering used by the new owner of the company?

    Is the new adjustable rib now available?
     
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    Steve,
    Congratulations on your new Ljutic. Nice gun, you will love it. I shoot Stainless Pro 3 No. 33. I absolutely love mine and wife shoots stainless Dynokic #777. We know you'll never regret your decision to get a Ljutic.
    Good luck! Make lots of soot balls! Jeff and Kelly
     
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    Thanks Jeff and Kelly I appreciate it. Cant wait till next weekend to shoot again.
    Steve
     
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