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*SOLD PENDING FUNDS* Browning BT-100 34

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Calkidd, Mar 1, 2012.

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  1. Calkidd

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    I have for sale a Browning BT-100. Built in 1996 in which I purchased in 2003. Asking $1400 of course buyer pays shipping to their FFL.

    <ul>
    <li>34" factory ported barrel</li>
    <li>Selectable drop out trigger</li>
    <li>Adj comb</li>
    <li>Gracoil (recoil reduction) adj pad and LOP</li>
    <li>Carlson extended IM & Full chokes</li>
    <li>Case included</li>
    </ul>

    In the pictures you can see a few dings in the forearm stock. The iron has a minor blemish on the corner. Some normal bluing wear on the receiver and trigger guard.

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    Bryan
     
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    I tried this new picture viewer. If you click on the "get all" it will take you a page where you can click on each individual picture for a larger image.
     
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    Bryan is one of the good guys.

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    Great pictures! God, I wish I had the extra disposable funds! I would jump on this like a dog on a bone! Martinpicker
     
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    I want to apologize that I mentioned about a blemish on the iron, but forgot to ad the picture. I have since added it.

    Bryan
     
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