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I have a pretty fair old Comp 1 for sale. I bought this from a gentleman on this site in October of 2008 and have added the Precision Gold Trigger #90 (double release set back trigger) and had Greg Hissem install the adjustable pad and its ported with 32 inch barrels.

I don't know who did the wood but its nice, neutral with a RH Palm Swell. The gun looks better than it does in the pics. I'm asking $3400 WITH the trigger shipped CONUS and will consider offers. I'm getting out of the game and selling what I have. The buyer will have a 3 day inspection. I will do my best to point out the good and the bad.

About the gun:

LOP 14 1/8 and this is with the Precsion Trigger which is a set back trigger. The gun came with a pull pull trigger which I can't find at this time.

As you will see in the following pics the block is stamped Seitz and the dimensions are Bottom 740 bore 25 constriction Top 740 bore 35 constriction I know it does not say CC Seitz just Seitz .. I do know it Hammers targets

You can see what is a slight crack in the wood near the trigger guard on the outside/bottom but this looks like a surface or finish crack since when the stock is removed I don't see any internal issues/splits (see pics)

The gun was reblued at some point in its life and I've included close up pics of some blemishes. This is an older Comp 1 and does have handling marks and blemishes

On the grip cap area of the stock you will see surface scratches that look much worse in the pics than in person

The lever is slightly right of center. I did have Tom Larkin look the gun over at the Spring Grand last year and its in good shape.

I bought the Precision Trigger directly from Mile High Shooting (used) in the fall of 2008 and have an extra set of springs and pouch.

The numbers match on the block and receiver.

If you have any questions please email or PM. As mentioned, I will consider offers. Although, this price is shipped with the trigger. I think its fair if some of the P Gun experts like MIA or (Mike PBB) think its out of line then I'll consider adjusting.

Dennis Skudney
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