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Winchester Diamond Grade 4 BBL Case - Skeet

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Useta, Jan 15, 2010.

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  1. Useta

    Useta TS Member

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    This pristine case is being offered by a shooting buddy. He is asking 225.00 for it. The link above should take you to a photo album with numerous photos of the case. Email me to be put in direct touch with the seller (who does not use computers).

    The listing is for the case ONLY. The diamond grade gun shown in the photos is was for display purposes only.

    Fred
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    Useta,

    What length barrels will it accomadate?

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    Oops- missed listing that. See the photo album though.
    The barrel we used in the case to show it’s length is from a 28 gauge Winchester 101 Diamond Grade Skeet gun with a 28" barrel. I cannot tell you if other gauges have different overall lengths or not. As you can see, the overall length of the barrel and barrel slot slot is actually just a hair over 27 ½ inches. The other end of the yardstick is against the inside of the case. (the previous picture in the album shows the barrel sitting fully in the slot) Perhaps by industry (or Winchester) standard that is a "28 inch" barrel for all Winchester 101’s?

    Hope that helps.
    Fred
     
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