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WTB: BT-99 Micro for Youth Program

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by pdq, Dec 6, 2010.

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  1. pdq

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    A trap club I belong to is trying to attact young shooters, age 11 and up, and is looking for a gun more suitable for kids in that age bracket in terms of weight and LOP.

    Given its intended use, we're not looking for something perfect, but something in solid, safe mechanical condition. Adjustable comb not a requirement.

    If you have a gun you'd like us to consider, please contact me by Private Mail.

    In advance, many thanks to all who respond -- the new shooters in our area will also thank you by making good use of the gun.

    Pete
     
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    Here is a suggestion 1 it is more cost effective and 2 it is a lighter gun get a regular BT 99 and cut the stock speaking from experience had both and didn't notice how much heavier the micro was until picking up both....
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion 100after9.

    Pete
     
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