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Remington 90T HPAR F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mike holland, Mar 14, 2011.

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    Whats the price?
     
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    ported? lop? pull trigger?
     
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    Any updates to the gun? Forend or trigger?
     
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    updates unknown
     
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    if it has the period it has been updated, pretty ewasy to tell
     
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    period? explain and I will look.
     
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    I have a good friend that has the same gun and it crushes targets from 16-27. Who ever gets this is getting a good deal.
     
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    barrel length ? where are you located ?
     
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    shootnair:

    If you can post a clear and reasonably close photo of the barrel side of the forend, we can tell if the forend update has been done.

    Or... You can go to Doug Braker's website at the link I posted above. There's a photo on it showing how an updated forend looks.

    sissy
     
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    thanks for info
     
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    The stamping of a "period" or dot, next to the serial number relates to the breech face/receiver update on Remington 3200's. Some early 90T's tended to open after they were fired, without the shooter purposefully activating the top lever. The locking block update fixed this problem by machining a different angle on the locking block. I've heard that the angle was changed from 10 to 8 degrees. If the gun does not open unexpectedly, then the locking block may not need to be modified. Some 90T triggers may break the C clips on the cross pins. A tiny piece of the clip may jam the trigger. It's easy to remove the trigger assembly, fish out the clip pieces and replace the metal C clip. You can also use a tiny O ring on the cross pins rather than a metal C clip. When in doubt, call Doug Braker. He is the best 90T expert around. He helped with the development of the 90T when Kolar made the gun for Remington. He has rebuilt several 90T's for me at very reasonable rates. Bob
     
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    Where in IL?! (approx. - North/South/Central) if the gun wanted to be seen...

    A couple of guys expressed interest after seeing mine at Naperville...

    PM OK,

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    Jay
     
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