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This is a Browning BT-99 Competition built in 1979... 34" full choke (.044). This model BT-99 is known as a high shooter and would make an ideal handicap gun. Gun has a Monte Carlo stock with a Dead Mule recoil reducer installed and measures approx. 14 1/2" LOP over a new Terminator recoil pad...with DAC approx. 1 3/8". Comes with an excellent pull trigger with approx. 3 lb. pull. The original owner of this gun preferred the BT-99 beaver tail forearm as opposed to the wedge shaped forearm that originally came with the Competition model and had that changed out. The bore measures .726-choke measures .682= constriction of .044. serial # 01939RN199. Gun is still very tight with top lever well right of center. There are dings and scratches and honest wear, nothing that amounts to much for a gun built in 1979. $950.00 shipped
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Is that the original forend wood? Does not look like the "competition" forend, of the 1979 manufacture.
 
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As stated in the above description, the original owner preferred the original BT-99 beaver tail forearm. As opposed to the wedge shaped forearm that originally came with the Competition model and had it changed out.
 
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