This is my 3200 I bought last fall to shoot doubles with, I'm going to stick with my 390 Beretta, so I'll sell this one. It is a Special Trap with 30" bottom only ported Improved Modified barrel/top barrel is full choke. This gun is tight and the bluing is nice. The wood is average looking to me with a Hollingsworth cut comb, Jones adjustable butt plate with Trap Dude Pad 14 1/4" LOP. There is a slight repaired crack in the forearm and it has been upgraded by a gunsmith rather than Remington. It has very good double release triggers and I will ship it to your FFL for $1800. If interested, PM me or call270-991-1015. Thanks, John
Here's a special trap I sold to Cubancigar that ups wrecked and I got back. Ups did pay for damages after a small battle. I have had it fixed and had Briley thin walls installed. It is now my skeet gun. For some reason I shoot a trap stock better at everything I do with a shotgun.
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Here is a matched pair of 1 of 1000's. A trap gun and a skeet gun with matching serial no. The skeet gun has never been shot the trap gun shot a box of shells. Have the green cases they came in also.
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I no longer have my 3200. Bought one the first year they came out & sold it several years later (dumb). My question is, when I bought mine I got a "3200 Society" pin from Remington. That is the only thing I have left from that gun, the pin. Does anybody else remember those pins & for how long did Remington give those out. Just curious. Colonel
If I can get a pic to someone,would they post it for me--(I'm in a rental condo with dialup--real slow)? I have an unfired 3200 "premier" trap (1974) 1 of 500 made for international sales only. Has been assembled but not shot--great wood (non M/C stock) with factory case. PS-it's for sale--make me a great offer>