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Ryan in SD
08-11-2012, 6:22 AM
Pics will be posted tomorrow.

Keltec SU16 CA in 5.56/.223
and
Browning "superposed" Belgium Lightning 12GA O/U

Located in San Diego (north county)

Asking
$500 for the Keltec SOLD
and
$675 for the Browning - SALE PENDING


PRICES TO SELL, PRICE IS FIRM

May consider trades: Glocks, wheel guns in .357 or .44, mouse guns, etc etc

Will ship on buyers dime.



SU16

Configuration and accessories:
-No optics or sights included.
-Barrel has been cut, crowned, and threaded to take AR 15 Muzzle devices.
It currently wears a YHM muzzle brake.
-Hand guards have been painted Gray alumahyde (brownells product)
-Comes with two 10 round mags (this gun takes standard AR15 magazines.

Cons or blemsihes:
Has some discoloration toward the end of the barrel, not too bad though.

Overall:
I actually really like this gun but it just is'nt for me. I had a 1-4 Millet on it. It shot great but I don't shoot much .223, too expensive for my taste. I'm more a russian ammo surplus guy. Great gun for anyone.


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Belgium Browning O/U

History: I bought this gun as a fixer. As common with many double barrel shotguns of this era, the barrel ribs start separating at the ends.
They are now freshly soldered back into place with high temp silver solder. I put 100 shells though her after with no hickups.

Also the barrel has been reblued as part of the overall process of fixing her.

She is a shooter, wood is excellent, gold plated trigger, engraved.

Choke is full and modified.

Excellent balance.

You will not find a gun of this value for less.

Cons or blemsihes:
Minor specceling on the side and bottom of receiver from blue remover splatter (noob move on my part) luckily it isnt bad and hard to see unless you are close.
Also the barrel is not the same tone and sheen as the original receiver. So it is kinda 2 tone but very mildly so.

Overall: I like this gun a lot and it is great for shooting clays or hunting. Excellent balance and looks. I just never got into shooting clays enough to justify keeping it. It just sits in the safe. It is meant to be shot.

Hopefully this will get sold to someone who needs a good trap gun but could never afford the higher prices ones on the market (which fetch $900 and up).
-Ryan

Browning
http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/2441/lightningfull.jpg
http://img684.imageshack.us/img684/4585/lightningmuzzle.jpg
http://img207.imageshack.us/img207/6202/speccle.jpg
http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/964/lightningwood.jpg
http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/8061/woodclose.jpg

Rover
08-11-2012, 8:52 AM
Very interested in the Browning, have any pics? Fixed or Invector chokes? Barrel length? Year of manufacture?

Ryan in SD
08-11-2012, 10:37 PM
Very interested in the Browning, have any pics? Fixed or Invector chokes? Barrel length? Year of manufacture?

Fixed choke.
28"
1960 I think - number is 78644


IMAGES FOR SU16 CA
http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/2529/su16sidefull.jpg
http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/3397/su16barrel.jpg

Ryan in SD
08-14-2012, 5:12 AM
BTT FOR BROWNING

HokeySon
08-14-2012, 11:00 AM
I will take the browning.