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WTB: Kolar parts

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by skeet_man, Jan 11, 2011.

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    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have any kolar spare parts they'd like to sell? Ejectors, trigger parts, firing pins, ect? Can always use sparts for my just-in-case box. Don't really need any wood, barrels, or chokes (maybe some .750 bore chokes if the price is right, I'd also be interested in any subgauge kolar chokes), but just about anything else is fair game.
     
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    Sometimes theres people out there that bought spares when they were shooting a kolar, now they are onto something else, or are no longer shooting, and have stuff laying around.

    At any given shoot there are at least 10 people I very know well that are using Kolars, so its nice to have some spares on hand in case me or someone else breaks something.
     
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    Is a "trigger" blade of any value? I replaced my silver colored one with gold trigger 2 years back. Let me know......Rob
     
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    I've bought a couple before, one on ebay and one through here, think I spent $5 each for them (one I bought maybe 6 months ago here from AnchorSteam). I'd be willing to spend that if thats something you'd be interested in. Don't really have a need for it, but never hurts to have an extra.
     
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