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WTB H&R TOPPER TRAP

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Owen, Mar 6, 2010.

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  1. Owen

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    New shooter wanted reasonable single shot preferably H&R Topper Trap new or used any information regarding this gun.
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    heres a website. but d recommend a beretta 3901 RL or BT-99 micro.
    Best of luck, Tom
     
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    A good 870 pump would be a great starting point.. Maybe add an adjustable comb..
     
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    The H&R Trap would be available as a special order item from WalMart. They were $325 last year when I bought a pair. Very light gun. Great trigger. A little added weight to the stock and you are good to go. I got some odd looks when I brought mine out, but nobody was laughing when I ran most of them. It was one gun that everyone had to try. A lot of shooters liked it. I use a reduced load in mine for practice on occasion. It's a decent starter gun and is not too heavy for smaller framed people. The chokes are the standard Invector style. Interchangeable with Winchoke and mossberg 500s. It comes with an Improved Mod. It patterned quite well with the stock choke.

    Tron modified one with an adjustable comb and a few tweaks. Search for the thread. It was done in two parts a year or so ago. You can PM Tron for more info if you wish.

    The only real problem I had was getting used to cocking the external hammer. The shells would stick in the chamber when it was new. I cleaned up the chamber with a hone and brush. Solved the problem. I still carry a wad knocker, since that will also pop out the fired hull when dropped from the muzzle end.
     
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    we have 4 of these in stock at the store where I work. very nice starter gun, or for anyone thst don't want to spend a lot on a gun. I really thought we could sell a bunch of these, since we have several new school teams in the area. But seems parents just aren't gona spend $325 for jr. a single bbl. shot gun, they just don't understand that grandpa's old pump gun, really don't fit everyone or every situation....gotta love us hillbillies !!
     
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    I have a friend with one - I can check with him if you are serious...
     
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    My shooting buddy has a NIB Topper Trap. He bought it last year and had the Country Gentleman put an adjustable comb on it, no changes to the pad or LOP. Unfired, NIB w/ the updates: 400 bucks. They are 400 new w/o adj comb and Country Gentleman does really terrific work (the comb work was 200). He will ship to your FFL holder.
     
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    We bought three last year for our youth shooting program. They get a tremendous amount of use and have held up well. Only knock would be the screw that holds on the forearm gets hot and its right where your palm grips the forearm. As with the previous poster grease the ejector well when you first get them.
     
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