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WTB BROWNING ST 100

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Gary Ferrell, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. Gary Ferrell

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    Would like to purchase a Browning ST100
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    Good luck...hope you find one...you won't be sorry..

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    Thanks Ron
     
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    Thank you Nick
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    Found one thanks to everyone.
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    What's the price range for these guns?
     
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    How many of these did they make?
     
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    Smokintom, I've heard a variety of numbers over the years. The series started with the ST-80 (80 manufactured), the ST-100 (100 manuf.) and the ST-150 (150 mauf.) these figures from the Browning Superposed thread on this site.
    The 80 and the 150 were, to my knowledge never sold in N. America. But some years back I heard that around 300 ST-100's were made. Don't know for sure. Wish someone knew someone at FN/Browning that could weigh on it. I do know that close to a dozen or more were sold in Alberta. The gunshop I worked at, Plainsman Sports in Lethbridge sold 6 including mine.
    Way ahead of it's time. The gun could have been the basis of a killer combo if Browning had gone that way. I actually investigated having a 34' unsingle built on a separate monobloc & forend but the cost was gonna be stupid so I abandoned the project.

    Ron Burr
     
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    Vern has one but I doubt he will sell it.
     
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    Thanks Ron. Never heard of this model before.
     
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    Tom, when I took a clinic from Britt Robinson he was checking gun fit and when I put up the ST-100 he said "where the hell did ya get that?" I told him I'd bought it new. He'd forgot that 4 years before I'd shot a 50 straight in doubles with it next to him at the Montana State Shoot in '90. And he was shooting an old Superposed Lightning for doubles as his K-80 O/U bbls were in the shop.

    Ron Burr