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***Sold,pending $ LC Smith SxS F/S Very Nice!***

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Bob Schultz, Dec 28, 2011.

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  1. Bob Schultz

    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I just got this really cool LC Smith Skeet Grade Trap gun. I have the factory build and delivery dates, started April 1929, finished and delivered to customer in NY City in March of 1930! It is a 32" Vent rib, single selective trigger, ejector gun. From what little history I could get from the owner it has been in storage since the early 1940's!! I wanted to get it on TS.com so I took these pictures with my iPhone...more and better pictures to come when we open Jan. 3rd.
    I took it out to the gun club this afternoon and shot 25 singles with it. Right barrel is full and when I didn't flinch (I shoot a release...)it hammered the targets with 7/8oz. loads. It was kind of cold so I only shot one round. Stock is a trap stock and is plenty high for trap.

    Yes it's for sale too. $2875.00 Delivered to your dealer. Own a piece of trapshooting history!

    Happy New Year! Bob Schultz 800-684-6329


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  2. BILL GRILL

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    Bob, I will take it. But would like to know length of pull and drop at comb. Thanks, Bill
     
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    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    LOP is about 14.1" Drop is 1 9/16" where you put your cheek. Slight RH cast, about 3/16. I had no issues shooting the gun just like it is, I am pretty average when it comes to stock measurements, every Rem. 1100 or 870 fits me pretty good right out of the box.

    Bob
     
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    You got a nice one there Bill.
     
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    As I was reading Bobs post I was thinking - Bill Grill should buy this, then I got to bills post LOL. Looks like a rare find
     
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    Snooze, you lose Lou. :)
     
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