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You got BLASER

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JACK, Oct 9, 2009.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Got my TrapshootingUSA today... Blaser is here.


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  2. squirrelkiller

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    Damn, what does it weigh? Takes two to hold it!!!!!!! I know a smith that went to the factory for training. That was about 1 yr. ago. He thought a lot of the gun and said it should be the next great seller - well, until one blows up!!!!
     
  3. WoodsonEnt

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    I picked up and shouldered a Blaser @ the Missouri Fall Handicap last week. Bob Schultz had an Unsingle and a O/U for demo. The gun felt really good. I didn't shoot it or adjust the stock to fit me....I just shouldered it to see how it felt. Mr. Kaysa was there @ Missouri shooting on Pat McCarthy's squad.

    Matt Woodson
     
  4. birdtracker

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    I shot one at the Cardinal center. It was a right handed pull trigger that they changed to left handed release in about 10 minutes. About the time it took to go get my glasses, ear plugs and shells. I broke 23 with it with no adjusting. Swung good and I liked the rib. Birdtracker
     
  5. WNCRob

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    You know, the health of an industry is often indicated by the innovation and vigor in the new equipment supporting this industry. With Blaser now offering a very credible gun, and when we look at everything that many other manufacturers are offering (Kolar, Kreighof, Guerini to name a few), I'd say that trap shooting is enjoying an abundance of riches...so many quality guns from which to choose. I hope it continues!

    WNCRob
     
  6. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    WNC. What? Us Perazzi guys are luddites? Stuck in the dark ages? Forever?
     
  7. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    what major changes has perazzi made since 1968?
     
  8. Leo

    Leo Well-Known Member

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    I looked at the Blaser Trap model in San Antonio yesterday. It had a great feel and looked very well made. They did a good job of developing a gun that is attractive and points naturally. I think Blaser is here to stay.
     
  9. crusha

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    If it's anything like their rifle, it's probably pretty good.
     
  10. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Skeet. You have been sleeping in class.
     
  11. mike-israel

    mike-israel TS Member

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    Received my copy yesterday 12/10 . I think the magazine is going from strenght to strengh each succeding issue,

    Read it through in one sitting. Enjoyed the article on Ray Stafford along with the Blaser update...plus plus....allgood.


    If you don't subscibe should...my 2 cents.


    Best to all

    Mike
     
  12. chipdaddy

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    Any data regarding what the POI can be adjusted to on the O/U? Jerry
     
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