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ST-100 Browning Trap

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Drexel, Jan 13, 2012.

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  1. Drexel

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    Here is an "as new" Browning ST-100 Trap. No box, gun has been test fired and is tight with original Imp mod and full chokes. Barrel wedge adjusts for point of impact. Interesting system which 5 point of impact adjustments. Weight of gun is 8 Lb 2 oz. Bottom barrel is .724 bore diameter with 27/1000 choke while top barrel is .727 with 34/1000 choke. Price is $2,900 plus shipping.

    Sold - 1-16-12. Thanks for looking.

    For inquires please call Guy at 407-721-3748
     
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    Barrel Length ?
    LOP ?


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    They are all 30" and 14.5" lop. Never saw a 32", but I do have the original flyer digitized... I['ll look for that

    The mechanical triggers in these later vintage superposed are just wonderful.
     
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    Talk about something ahead of its time. Browning could come out with the same design on a Citori platform and they'd sell a ton of them.
     
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    Here is the brochure of the "Special Trap". If you lift this picture to your computer you can expand the size and see that the gun was only offered in 30".

    I have the complete brochure digitized and can send that to you in zip file. email me for that
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    I'm pretty sure these guns were made in the FN factory considered then and now to be the "custom house" for Browning. Just the best stuff comes out of here. Let me ss if I can find a couple more relevant pics
     
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    Russell Fox ("Webley" on TS.com) from the UK had a great informative thread on these guns about a year ago. I have that thread on a word document incl pics if anyone wants that. And here are two of the pics that fill in some gaps on this wonderful gun.


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    You have a PM


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    All,

    Currently out of my price range however a really really cool gun. My question is that I was looking into my Blue book and it mentions tha it is a "non-BAC model". What does that mean? thanks in advance.

    T67
     
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    Not browning Arms Current Model/

    I think it is from the custom shop with some slight decorative mods.
     
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