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    Stevens 555 Trap

    Just ran across this in passing. A single shot with choice of
    12 or 20 gauges. Two weights and lengths. 30" barrel and
    around 7lbs plus, and 26" barrel around 6 lbs plus. Priced to
    have enough coins left over for trap fees. The model I looked
    at was at MSRP near 700. I bet street will be around $600.

    Maybe get Mr. Baker to do an article !!
    Keeping my bad Karma intact since 1952

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuj' View Post
    Just ran across this in passing. A single shot with choice of
    12 or 20 gauges. Two weights and lengths. 30" barrel and
    around 7lbs plus, and 26" barrel around 6 lbs plus. Priced to
    have enough coins left over for trap fees. The model I looked
    at was at MSRP near 700. I bet street will be around $600.

    Maybe get Mr. Baker to do an article !!
    Saw those, and it's on my list of possible's to hopefully get for review in the second half of the year. Already have 6 requests in to keep me busy for the next 3-4 months (assuming Savage gets them out to me on schedule). I'm not a trap shooter though - always found it rather boring and repetitive compared to sporting clays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Baker View Post
    Saw those, and it's on my list of possible's to hopefully get for review in the second half of the year. Already have 6 requests in to keep me busy for the next 3-4 months (assuming Savage gets them out to me on schedule). I'm not a trap shooter though - always found it rather boring and repetitive compared to sporting clays.
    Cause your not old enough......LOL At our club, I run the upper
    rifle range's. The lower range is all Trap. Most guy's that frequent
    the clay's are in there 70's or older. These same guy's rattle my
    cage about not joining in. I just tell them, I'm not old enough. I'm
    only 67 !! My interest in this gun is for possibly a prize factor at
    one of our tournaments.
    Keeping my bad Karma intact since 1952

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