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Remington 90T F/S New Price!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by acss, Nov 17, 2009.

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  1. acss

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    send to me and i will post them
     
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    Have you decided on a price that is frim? Please e-mail a frim price shipped and you pay freight. Richard
     
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    Best looking 90T I have seen in a long time. are you interested in trades?

    thanks

    Mark
     
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    Joe you have PM

    Thanks

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    $2600 is the "reduced" price?


    Dude, let us help you out here...these were $2495 brand-spankin' new.


    Anybody wanna start the bidding at $2200, to help this guy out with his "test fired" piece?
     
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    If it's had 4 rounds of trap shot through it...it ain't new, sir.


    I don't mind bumping up the thread to help you out, but...reasonably-priced 90T's seldom last more than a week on this board.
     
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    Jim. Perhaps yo ucould address the "updates" issue tht 90Ts needed.
     
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    Anyone wanting to price 90T's can use the search function here.

    Hard sell is not usually used here.

    As far as 3500 goes, That would be a good price for a present day Kolar.

    HM
     
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    Trying to compare a 90T to a Kolar is an insult to the intelligence of knowledgable trapshooters here.

    The Kolar is a much better gun. The 90T is the best gun I have ever had, and I have tried all the $2K and under offerings from 1100 to Beretta. But it ain't a Kolar.

    You should do your research a little better before you pound us with high prices.

    Mash the link.

    HM
     
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    The gun pictured in the auction is no where close to the gun that is posted here for sale.The one posted here is far and above alot nicer gun than the one listed at auction.The only comparison is that they are both 90T low rib guns.I looked at another 90T low rib listed at Hi Grade shooters which is a nice gun at 1995.00, but again it is not as nice as the one listed here.I am not trying to hi jack the thread in any way.I am just saying that this is one of the cleanest 90T low rib guns out there and one like this is hard to find.I would hold out and get as much for this gun as I could.These are great guns that were designed by Kolar.Just my opinion.
    Dave
     
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    I shoot one of these guns. I bought it at the grand two years ago. It had about 100 shells through it. Very nice and very tight. I have 2k in mine and would not sell it for that. Tim
     
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    When the 90T first came out there was a lot of criticism about the stock attachment method, a la 870/1100.

    Granted, it saved money and didn't hurt the performance. When it was found out how great they shoot the whining disappeared.

    Mine must be worth a whole lot too, because I simply will not sell it. The Berettas will go first.

    HM
     
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    Halfmile, My Beretta did go and my 90T has a home as long as I am around.
     
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