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1966 20ga. Superposed, Lightning. Recoil pad modification by Todd Nelson, The Country Gentleman. Bought unfired from Roosevelt & Drake in 2004. Not shot much. No salt. Very solid gun. Barrels 28" skeet/skeet. Pull 14 1/2, Drop 1 1/2, Drop at heel 2 1/4, Cast 0, Pitch 6 positive, as per Orvis. $1950.00, will discuss shipping.
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I'll assure you it was placed there with GREAT care. However if it considered cruel and unusual punishment, I will knock 5.00 off.
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You will have to reduce the price by $500 after all the microscopic scratches from the bricks.....
 

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What is the problem guys? This gun is priced right, the gun is in excellent condition. I'm an American who has lived in this country for 66 years. I know the butt pad deducts but should be ok for skeet and casual shooters.
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Short tang,round knob, 14 1/2 pull. 1/2 inch from the wood to the pad. Not sure I understand your question. If I did not answer your question let me know.
 

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Eightbore wants to know the length of the wood--from the trigger to where the wood ends! I'm guessing about 13 inches!
 

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It's the economy friend. Things are moving but at give away prices. Most guys don't have enough money to snap up all the bargains out on the market right now. Jeff
 

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You're right Jeff. I certainly don't need another bird gun, and it's stocked right to make a great upland shooter. Good luck with it, hang in there. It's priced properly IMO.
 
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