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THE NEW BLASER

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by threedeuces, Nov 29, 2010.

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  1. threedeuces

    threedeuces TS Member

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    Who is the best dealer to purchase a Blaser F3 trap combo from?

    On a second note, are they worth purchasing?
     
  2. Sprinklerman

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    Guns Unlimited gave me the best price on a sporting model
     
  3. Smok'n Joe

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    Tom's right about Bob...he's a "Straight Shooter" and quality is excellent.
     
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    Guns Unlimited
     
  5. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    Hi-Grade Shooting Supplies in Irwin Pa. Roy is outstanding.
     
  6. Robb

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    Add Alamo Sporting to the list. Good folks too.
     
  7. Greg LV

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    Chris Maest
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    609-921-9358 / 609-921-3282 fax
    www.claytargetsports.com
     
  8. Landshark

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    Paxton Arms in the Dallas area and Pacific Sporting Arms in Ca.
     
  9. Nuts

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    I was seriously considering one, but then I found a p gun...when I check I found Bob Schultz to have the best price...and many options, like buying without wood, or upgrading.

    Talk to Bob you won't be disappointed.
     
  10. Shooting Coach

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    Check with several Blaser owners, but the consensus around here is, it does not like heavy loads. If you are going to shoot the average trap load, let alone a Caps load, shoot one before you buy.

    The ones I have shot seem very light, which means a Caps event could be a long day.

    One ounce is about all I care for in those I have shot.
     
  11. threedeuces

    threedeuces TS Member

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    Shooting coach, nice try. All you have to do is add weight to them with there nifty little weight system to make it as heavy or heavier than all the other combo's and all is well. I shot 100 rounds of my cap loads today just to see the answer for myself. They are one hell of a gun to say the least. I only had one weight in my unsingle barrel only and I shot a 96 first time out with know apparent recoil issue what so ever but then again some feel recoil different than others.
    By the way, thanks for all the dealers listed on where to buy one. I purchased mine from Bob Shultz of Target shotguns.
    Cant wait to shoot next time.
     
  12. kgun_shooter

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    I've been looking for one to try now for about 5 months with no success. I've asked a couple of dealers how I could find a demo to shoot but no one has responded.
     
  13. WNCRob

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    I have a Blaser Sporting 32". I shoot some pretty hot sporting loads, and all I can say is that it is one soft shooting gun. I have 2 weights in the butt, screwed all the way forward, and 3 oz under the forearm. Very good gun. Ditto Bob Schultz. Best.

    WNCRob
     
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