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WTB Blaser F3 Sporting

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Skeeterzx, Oct 8, 2011.

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  1. Skeeterzx

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    I am looking for a Blaser F3 sporting with 32" barrels. Must be the new model gun. A Super Sport will do as well. Must be a right handed gun. Have cash in hand. Serious buyer. 812-592-0534....name is Rich
     
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    When you say "new model gun", what do you mean? I know that the trap line has changed significantly, but other than the addition of the Super Sport line, what changes have been made to the standard-ribbed sporter?

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    Some things are different mechanically in the gun. The stock dimensions and design is totally different. The finish in the action is obviously different being black. Barrel lug changes, etc. I may be mistaken, but I don't believe the earlier guns had the weighting system.
     
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    P&D,

    I think you're right.

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    Not true on the stock. The stock dimensions/design are totally different from the early guns. The grip is different, the palm swell is different, the configuration of the comb is different.

    This is the old style stock....much lower comb to grip. DAC and DAH may be the same but the design of the stock is totally different. WAY BETTER.
     
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    Here's the new style stock. Clearly to can see the difference in the design. Dont' want to get into a tinkle match on here. Call Blaser. They'll tell you the stock has changed from the early guns.
     
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