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one of a kind 391, for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by backfenceata, May 6, 2009.

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  1. backfenceata

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    I have for sale a very special trap gun. I have worked hard to get this gun tricked out. Please feel free to call or email for more info.Shop # 618-643-2902(use pass word trap gun to get by my office manager)

    I am asking 3,000 for the complete package. 3, triggers, one pull and two release,all spare parts that you could ever need. Custom case,can be used to cary break open gun. Two types of fore arm recoil reducers and two stock type caps.

    POI can be set from 90/10 to almost 200 ? I think that every one will agree that I have way more than 3000 in this project.

    Thanks for looking , Kirk
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    More stuff. Kirk
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    Wow,That is definately interesting. I have to ask, why? Is it comfortable to shoot with everything jacked up like that?-----Matt
     
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    How much for the can of Rem Oil??
     
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    I'll admit when I first read the title of this thread my thoughts were "Yeah right one of a kind 391"........then when the pic came up I had to sit back in my chair! l.g.
     
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    gees - i'd like to shoot that gun!! where is your club?
     
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    Gun location is in southern IL. You are welcome to shoot it(or anyone) It is easy to adjust for fit and POI. Pull or release. Thanks for looking. Kirk
     
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    This should solve my problem of lifting my head now to solving the 3 grand problem!!
     
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    i am curious-how did or why did you come up with such a tall rib? what are your other guns for height?
     
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    Retired from drag racing(yes, we had one of the tall rear wings on our rear engine dragster, did it go faster, no , but sure did look cool) Do I shoot this tall rib better, no , but pretty cool . I shoot a kolar ts with Jeffs high rib on it, and I like it . Had to try more so had Dennis Devaught build this over the winter. The measurement from the centerline of the choke tube to the top of the rib was taken from the trap special pro rib. I know I have not given this gun enough time, but I need to stop switching back and forth, so if this gun does not find a new home soon, then I will sell the Kolar. TS model with high rib and low hanger(120 % )pull and release, with precision fit stock. $5500. Kirk
     
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    Dwight?? where are you, this would be almost a twin to your 99
     
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    Mine is bigger, I mean TALLER than yours!! (TTT) Kirk
     
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    wow it is a beast my neck couldn't get on the comb
     
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    kirk, would you be willing to trade your kolar TS for a ljutic centennial that shoots between 100 and 120%. let me know. aj ansley
     
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    I don't see the neck brace in the picture.
     
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    Had the pleasure of shouldering this masterpiece ,so to speak, today and it is solid as a rock. I have to admit i would have to grow some more neck to shoot it but it was definately interesting to say the least. Honestly the gun has alot of adjustment to it and i believe the owner is right when he said it would easily adjust to anybody. Thanks for letting me drool on it.----Matt
     
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