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REMINGTON 3200 SPECIAL TRAP - UPDATED

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    stingray9 has asked me to scope the gun, add comments, rate the gun, and add pictures. My findings and statements are below;


    The Blue Book of Gun Values states that Remington Model 3200 serial numbers 35,304 through 39,216 were manufactured in 1976. The serial number of this gun is within that range. As such the receiver didn't need the upgrade because it was done at the factory during production. Only early manufactured guns needed the upgrade which was apparent because they had two pins going sideways through the receiver. Later guns manufactured with the update had only one pin through the receiver along with the two Allen screws at the bottom of the lower firing pin.


    Relying on OU . xxxx numbers being upgraded means little as some unscrupulous sellers would use a center punch to apply the dot after the OU in the serial number in order to sell the gun for a higher price.


    The shotgun is a Special Trap. The stock and forearm have been replaced. The stock is a custom stock that has had the comb modified at some point by previous owners. The forearm is a field grade forearm although the forearm iron is original. The forearm appears to be factory without any updates.


    Specs are:


    Trigger:pull/Pull. Trigger pull: Bottom barrel selected ~ bottom=3 lb 8 oz top 3 lb 2 oz. Top barrel selected ~ top 3 lb 2oz bottom 3 lb 8oz.


    Stock: Length of pull 14". Stock is basically neutral with a very slight off-set to the left.


    Pitch: approximately 0.500" when standing perpendicular next to a wall. The rib at the muzzle being 1/2" from the wall at that point.


    The comb front to back is parallel with the sighting plane. Drop on the stock is 2.0" at the comb, 2.0" at the Monte Carlo and 2 5/8" at the recoil pad. The recoil pad is a Kick-Eez all-purpose pad with a 1 1/8" thickness. The stock has a Bill Staub mercury recoil reducer installed.


    Top Barrel: has a 0.733 bore and 0.697 at the muzzle. This makes it a full choke with a 0.036" constriction. Choke starts a 3" from the muzzle and turns into the parallel section 0.5" from the muzzle.


    Bottom Barrel: has a 0.725 bore and 0.697 at the muzzle. This makes it an improved modified choke with a 0.028" restriction. Choke starts at 3" from the muzzle and turns into the parallel section 0.750" from the muzzle.


    Both barrels are blemish free and appear to be unmodified internally.


    On the rib back about 6" from the front sight there is a hole through the rib which a previous owner had installed apparently for a different sight.


    The action is tight and appears to have been shot very little.


    Although the shotgun has been modified in the past I would rate it at 90 to 95% as to fit, function, appearance, and service life. It would make a great Trap doubles gun.


    Michael Stephenson - AA-27-AA



    30 inch barrels non ported mc monto carlo stock pull triggers top of stock repair looks like roll over taken off. Length of pull 14 inch to the end of the pad. Very light handling marks on wood, Very good overall condition.

    $1250.00 shipped or maybe trade for ?




    Dan Johns 1-317-385-1453
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    What's the hole for?
     
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    the hole may have been sight picture fix. i have seen this on skeet bbls.
     
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    What is on the bottom of the receiver?? logo or engraving?
     
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    ljutic231 the bottom has logo and serial #
     
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    ttt

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    Sting...

    You definitely need better pics and more info regarding this gun...JMHO.

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    bgf will have this at fcc sat and sunday if interested.thanks dan
     
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    I hate to rain on your parade Mike but those allen screws on the bolt face is an update job by the factory. Also evident is the dot/period before the serial number which is the signature of Remington having to do the update...IMHO. Not a dig on the gun but for information purposes only.

    All is good to go,
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