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Sold "410" Ljutic Bi-Gun

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Akita, Apr 25, 2013.

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  1. Akita

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    Yes a "410" Skeet Bi-Gun built to scale. This is one of two that I know of. This gun built by Al in the late 40's or earley 50's. Is has a 27-1/2" barrel 3" choked Skt, Skt, pull trigger, two stocks, LOP is 14-3/4. Gun has very little use and has a recoil like a 22. If your a Ljutic collector this is the "Holy Grail", and ser. # 410. Pricing removed as I have muti-offers trade and or cash and awaiting confirmation.
    Upon sale the gun will go to Ljutic for an inspection before being shipped.
    Thanks for looking
    Regards,
    Vince
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    Holy sht my pants batman! Cool!!! Jeff
     
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    Hooded barrel 40's or 50's great gun however i have heard that he made two of them, one for some skeet shooter, and one for himself, sometime in the mid 70's.
     
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    Yes he made two that I know of on the date of manfacture I was no clear on and this one I beleive was Al's. I know who has the second gun.
    Thanks for looking and your comments. Also I will be listing one of the first protype of a Bi-Gun. Just got it back from Ljutic and it has been re-blued and serviced. It is set up for doubles IC and Lt Full.
    Vince
     
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    He also produced a 4-barrel skeet set in the late 70's.
     
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    Joe, sorry getting ready for a gun show loading up and pulling out. The gun weights in at 6.6lbs. The other stock is around couldnt find but its here what I remenber is that its just plain walnut not fancy, the good stock is on the gun.
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    Folks,

    May I ask the "approximate value" of this piece of skeet history??

    Not inquiring into your on-going negotiations, just very curious what level of "k's" that it's in....

    Thanks,

    Larry
     
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    Larry,
    Thank you for your interest. I always protect the buyer and his investment so that information is held in confidence.,
    Regards,
    Vince
     
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