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Here's a nice MX 2000 set up at the factory for skeet. I purchased the gun from Pacific Sporting Arms early last year. Two 29-1/2 barrels, one heavy and one that weighs the same as the heavy barrel with the sub gage tubes installed. Barrels have bright and shiny bores, I have not touched the cones nor the bores. The weight of either barrel set up is 3 lbs 15 ounces. Average wood, 14-5/8 LOP with a Morgan adjustable pad set up, also comes with a 1/2" Terminator pad and 1/4" pad shim in case you want to remove the Morgan set up and if you do that the LOP is shortened by 1/4". Metal is ding-free and bluing is original. D/O trigger, non-selectable.

More info 7 JAN: Stock is 1-3/8 X 1-3/8 X 2-1/8 with the comb all the way down. Stock has a small grip with small swell and appears to be a 'neutral' stock. Lever is to-the-right (see photo below).

More info 8 JAN: Photos of the breech face and closeups of the rcvr added below.

S/N: rcvr, iron, and sub gage barrel:121949 Heavy barrel 121950 - this barrel came to me already Angle Ported, the other barrel is not ported (Photo at bottom).
Wood is not original to the gun. Barrels DO NOT have screw in chokes, they are skeet & skeet.
Weights and bores: tubed barrel 1.510 / 18.6 heavy barrel 1.810 / 18.6

Briley Ultimate Ultralight tubes with 3 chokes per tube (Skeet and Skeet doubles)

Americase two-barrel case, Perazzi stock wrench, spare parts kit with unused springs, firing pins and wrench, tube knocker and little hammer. The case is a little rough on the inside, but very serviceable.

The gun is excellent condition and shoots great. Smooth to open and close, no scoring of mated parts. Bluing has very slight wear from handling and shooting. Kerry Allor fitted another barrel to the gun early last year and when I got it back a fellow shooter at the Club noted that the top latch did not stay to the right when the gun was opened. I talk to Kerry and he said he'd fix it if I sent it to him but ok to shoot as is, which I did. The buyer can get with Kerry to fix the top latch.

I buy a different gun about every 2 years and take care of my stuff - Club shooters will attest to that:^)

Asking 6350 shipped to your FFL dealer.
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No, they do not have screw in chokes. Also, I forgot to mention that the heavy barrel is ported I will update my posting on those items.
 

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Just curious....how much does that Americase weigh when fully loaded? My Kolar combo with just two barrels plus chokes and a few tools is almost more than I want to carry to the car. Otherwise it looks like a great deal for someone in the skeet game, nice looking gun and not a bad price for all that. Good luck with the sale.

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Pretty heavy - my postal scale only goes to 25 lbs! It's very sturdy though. I always preferred NASCO cases, but they are out of business I think.
 
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