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Wood is a standard Monte Carlo dimensions with slim forend, English Walnut blank was purchased from Cecil Fredi out of Vegas, 650 for the blank. Stocker John carved it, Wood is 99%, no scratches, dents or dings. If you can find another 303 with better wood on it, I'll knock a c-note off of the price. This wood will put many to shame.

Barrel is 32" fixed full, Backbored by Wilkinson, (I have paperwork around here somewhere) it is nothing crazy, off the top of my head, I think it is 732 bore and about 32-34 points of constriction. Barrel does have two rear bead positions one for 70/30 and the other for 90/10. Wilkinson also ported it in "Seitz" style. Curved Terminator pad on it, easy closer built by one of my machinist friends and comb was cut by one of my friends as well, it is left/right, up/down.

Gun was mostly shot for trap and a few pigeons, some wear on rec. where shell catcher rubbed and spent shells rub ejection port. Selling as new gun is coming for my girlfriend and I'm not having her go back and forth. Etchen combo is what she is going to live with from now on! :)

1500.00 and I will pay shipping to lower 48 no case, so your going to have to send one unless sold face to face. l.g.


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I have a 303 with almost identical wood. Phil Simms did mine, did he do yours?? These are such great guns, it should sell. 32 barrels are scarce
 

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