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SOLD (PF): Browning BT-99 34

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mortum, Sep 12, 2013.

  1. mortum

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    For sale 1974 Browning BT-99.

    The gun has 34” barrel choked by Briley, LOP is 14”. I am including two Briley chokes FULL and MOD, new Browning OEM recoil pad http://goo.gl/0PLSYi and new gold trigger shoe by Ballistic Specialists http://goo.gl/5D6OpB to match BT-99’s gold trigger blade. The trigger has been reworked as well and set to about 4lb. This Browning has some slight handling marks on the wood, slight blueing wear on the bottom of the receiver and the trigger guard but is in excellent shape, 1-2K rounds if that, locks up like new, and shoots like a dream! If you have been looking for BT-99 for your collection - this is the one!


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    View more photos here http://goo.gl/Tzvem6

    $900 (+ shipping to your FFL)
     
  2. Birddogfella

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    TTT for a very handsome piece.
     
  3. mortum

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    Thank you!
     
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    New to trap shooting, so sorry for the dumb question, but "choked by Briley" means what exactly? Seeing it's a '74, it had to have a fixed choke, so is this a new barrel?
     
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    No, this is the original barrel, which used to have a fixed FULL choke. Briley threaded the barrel so it would be able to accept interchangeable chokes (I am including FULL and MOD).
     
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    Can't you buy a brand new one for that? With the vector pro barrels?
     
  7. mortum

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    I am not sure what you mean by "for that". Surely, it is a matter of taste but I don't like new BT-99s made after 2004 - they usually come with plain old finished wood, no engravings, and ported barrels - the latter is a deal breaker for me.
     
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    another nice one

    Doug H (pa)
     
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    Is this year made in Japan?
     
  10. mortum

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    Yes, Paulsgs. This gun is made in Japan.
     
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    sent you a PM.
     
  12. mortum

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    PM replied, oofie810.
     
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    Who put the in the firing pin bushing?
     
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    right hand cast or left hand?
     
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    @jmunsell

    I don't think there is any cast on this BT-99. I think, it's cast neutral.
     
  16. CalvinMD

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    BT99s come that way with the firing pin access plate
     
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    You did a very nice job with pictures!!!
     
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    Yes- nice pics, those sure have short LOPs
     
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    @plaw: Thanks!

    @mark936: Yes, it is but this one seems to be uncut. This is why I am including extra butt pad so the new owner could extend LOP as needed.
     
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