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I’ve owned this BT-100 for about 10 years but rarely used it, so it is time
for someone else to own it. The price is $1,400 and buyer pays shipping to
their FFL. The Browning case (1215S) case is included. The serial number is
020??NTH99. LOP is 14.75”. Thanks for looking.


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This is what you get: The BT-100, the case. I do have a mercury reducer that
fits in the stock. It is not installed but I’ll include it if you want it.


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Drop out trigger with the option of eject or lift the fired hull


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Note how far over to the right the lever is. I snapped the gun closed solidly
before I took this picture!


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Only wear I can find is a minor loss of bluing. There is some missing on this
edge and some on the forearm metal shown in last picture – all very minor.


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This is a scratch on stock – very shallow.


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This is a tiny ding on the forearm
 

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Here is a picture of the porting. I took off the "bead blocker" after this picture was taken but if the buyer wants it its included.

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Heck,,I've been saying that for the last year.Especially on nice guns like this.The only reason I'm trying one out now is an unlimited time frame from a friend for trying it out.(BT 99)But guns like this make me reconsider except for the fact his price is so low(BT 99).I know a certain SKB that's been on the thread for a while,I've looked at it also,however many on here suggest I stay with the BT.What's the POI of a BT 100 anyway?The BT 99 I'm trying out shoots flat.

I just hate this economy at this time.

Doug H.
 
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