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F/S Old Beavertail BT 99 SOLD and DELIVERED

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Ok I have decided to sell this excellent condition BT99. It was made in 1969 and has been a safe queen. I took the original pad off and had Rod's Custom Stocks put a Gooey Pad on the stock. LOP is between 14 3/4" and 14 7/8". The gooey pad is a 1 1/4". LOP can be shortened with a thinner recoil pad.Original pad had never been off of the gun when I purchased it a few months ago. I do have the pad if the buyer wants it. I also had a release trigger installed in the gun. The release is a pin and hook style so it is very easy to change back to a pull. If whoever buys it wants it as a pull I will take the release hook back out of the trigger. Barrel is 34" no barrel work it is an all original barrel. Markings say it is a full choke. I wanted to shoot the gun but it just does not shoot high enough for me. There is a small ding on the left side of the forearm and a small scrape on the left side of the stock. The last 2 pictures try to show these imperfections. Blue is 100% in my opinion. Checkering on the wood is nice and sharp. It is not a cut comb or a monte carlo stock. Anyone looking for an old beavertail will be hard pressed to find a nicer one. Gun is very tight. With the addition of the release and recoil pad I would like to get $1200 plus actual shipping to your FFL. Any questions please email me at [email protected] Drop the xx in front of my email. You can also PM me
Reduced to $1000 plus shipping to your FFL


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Wore out guns are in the 700-800 range. I am guessing I p[robably shot this gun more in the few months that I shot it than it had been shot total before I got it. I would rather spend 1100 on this gun than a brand new one. The older guns are better built in my opinion and the old ones will eject.


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I disagree about the 700-800 range as being wore out.I've seen several go at my club in that range and in equally good shape.Not saying it isn't worth the 1100,just know prices range a bit on these,all depends on what sellers willing to sell for,and what buyer is willing to give.Personally,I've been shooting one for a year now that I picked up under 700.It was a friend that sold it to me,so I feel I got a friendly price.He actually told me he sold it to me for the lower price so I could make a few bucks on it if I decided to sell it.NOT,still looking for another deal as good,and I'd buy a second one.

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Location? I graduated in 69,makes it tempting just for nostalgia's sakes.FFl fees are a little high here,need some wiggle room considering those cost plus shipping.Plus lop is a little long so need for adjustment in that area.

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