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Older BT99 letters in ser#

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by gordy h, Mar 22, 2013.

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  1. gordy h

    gordy h Member

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    What are the letters in the older BT99 ser.# I can't remember? I understand
    they shoot very high. Thanks Butch H
     
  2. Snowjet

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    I have the RR, 1977, was told it's the highest shooter browing made. Bob
     
  3. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    RR 77 100%

    RN 78 80%

    RP 79 70%

    Could be off a bit
     
  4. RogerAckerman

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    you forgot to tell him about the RT 76
     
  5. gordy h

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    What about the RT76?
     
  6. RogerAckerman

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    The RT Model in 1976 also shoot's approx. 9" high just like the 1977 RR Model
     
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    mette56 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, and my wife's RN shoots 100% high (looking straight down rib) per Wenig's laser...so go figure. Which, btw, 100% high should equate to 15" high at 40 yards/beads stacked according to some. Not 10" as Browning says the RR's shoot at 40 yards...

    To me, I want to go with what people in-the-know believe (MIA). But so much confusion and lack of details makes me recommend to you...

    Go shoot it...if it shoots where you look...buy it! If you think you can make a determination by using figures, you might be dissapointed.

    (see "BT99 POI Impact Differences" thread dated 3-15-13)



    milt
     
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