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Remington 90-T, as new, all updates

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by plux001, Mar 11, 2013.

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  1. plux001

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    As new Remington 90T, less than 500 rounds since new. Nearly perfect, but for one pin-head size spot on underside of barrel, which has been touched up. Includes original box, owner's manual, both tools. Barrel is factory original, no porting, 34". Serial number ST024xx. Updates done by Doug Braker, including locking block update, fore-end update and refresh of springs. Adjustable comb by Ken Rucker. Wood is beautiful and original, with two different thickness kick-eez pads (both fitted). $2750 delivered (this is what I have in it...).

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    Beautiful gun!
     
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    This gentlemans guns will be as he described. Paul is a good and honest seller
     
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    This is a very nice gun. Seems that the 90T prices are really starting to move upward.
     
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    I hope so, I just bought one a month ago lol. This is a REAL nice looking 90-T. These "as new" in the box guns are hard to find. Dale
     
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    Thank you all for the kind words and PM's. I also appreciate the offers I have received. To be fair to all, let me explain how I arrived at my price. As several of you have noted in your PM's to me, the "range" of price on these guns is $1800 to $2200. On that I agree. I paid $2200, a price willingly paid, as the gun is nearly new. I then paid $200 to Ken Rucker for the adjustable comb and $290 to Doug Braker (locking bolt update, updated forearm iron, and refresh of springs). I believe the money I put into it needed to be spent, and added $500 of value. My price includes shipping (I figured $50), hence the price of $2750. I am not looking to make money on the deal...just don't want to lose any. I want to be fair to the buyer AND me.

    As a side note...what are you going to buy today for $2750 that can touch this deal/gun? For all intent and purposes, you're getting a new gun...

    Paul
     
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    I think that is fair. A basically new in the box, unaltered barrel, 90-T with wrenches, adjustable comb for custom fitting, two pads, along with the peace of mind of the updates that may have been needed in the future, without the shipping and hassle.

    How can you argue with that? It won't get any better. Plus, includes shipping and insurance in the price. 1070 views in a little under a day, and a half. Can't be all bad.

    Any idea of the constriction of the choke, on that best factory barrel ever produced?
     
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    Paul:
    If I understand your last post, you bought the gun used for $2200 and have not shot it? The prior owner is the culprit and you bought it and then decided to put an added $490 into it, but never shot it ?

    Beautiful 90T.

    Gene in Illinois
     
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    Gene, prior owner bought it for his wife, she shot one round. Didn't like it...too heavy. I learned NOTHING from his experience (lol) and bought it for my son. He also complained of weight and after one round went back to his BT99. I shot several rounds with it, and really enjoyed it. But it has not place for me, as I shoot a Krieghoff and Model 12. So down the road it goes. As I have said repeatedly, it is in near new condition, with a handful of trap rounds thru it. This gun is beautifully made (Kolar) and deserves to be someone's main shooter. As for the weight, I see that as a huge plus. The thing has almost no recoil.

    All PM's answered.....

    Paul
     
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    Its a nice stock, it seems a lot of work done on a new gun.
     
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    I'm not a trap tournament shooter but am a skeet tournament shooter. I hope some day to own a gun like this. I own many old and newer Remingtons, and find them to be get shooters and good investments. That is a beautiful gun and very easily be retro-fitted to a high-ribbed gun. Nice piece!
     
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    Yes, the stock is VERY nice. Pics just do not do it justice....

    Paul
     
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    Very nice. I wish I had the extra $$ to purchase it. Best Wishes, FIB aka Randy Price
     
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    plux001, Sent you a pm. Danny
     
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    All PM's answered. Thanks.

    Paul
     
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    Overnight PM's answered.

    Paul
     
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    PM's answered. I think I've covered everyone...if I haven't answered you, please PM me again.

    Paul
     
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    PM's answered. I have had many offers for $2400-$2500. That will not close the deal.

    Paul
     
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    Paul, i sent you a pm . Danny
     
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