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wtb new shot gun

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by cwebb, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. cwebb

    cwebb TS Member

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    Looking for a new trapm gun not really looking for anything special around.
    Looking to spend around 1200.


    Thanks,
    Connor
     
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    Pull & Mark Well-Known Member

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    If your not interested in shooting doubles for awhile might I suggest you look into buying a new BT-99. You just can't go wrong with one of these, even if you buy a used one. Good Luck and Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    Check out Gunbroker.com, Auctionarms.com, and see what bts are going for. The local Gander Mtn has them for around $1100, our local trap and skeet store lists new ones (w/o ejector) at around 1200. Used...just got a two barrel model, 32" mod, 34" full for 709 plus tax. I'd think a well used one that is still tight could be got for 600-800 (sold a first model for 650 a couple yearfs ago). Can't go wrong on a BT if it is new or well cared for.

    I really would look for one with invector tubes rather than non-tubed
     
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