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Rancho Roy

Pictures of my $500 SKB

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Finally got around to snapping so photos.

I cut the barrels back to 24" which I find "just the right" length
Removed the springs for the ejectors so now it just extracts.
Made a big ol brass bead for the front sight
Took it to the range with three different loads Heavy, Medium and light and the trigger worked fine 100% of the time.

I'm liking it!

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More pictures here:
http://public.fotki.com/Rbertalotto/things-that-go-bang/skb-200e/

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Yep.....glad you found my shotgun. If'n you'll be kind enough to ship it to me I'd appreciate it! :D :D

 

Nice find....good to see someone score a good deal.

 

Kajun

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Not sure if I mentioned this in one of the other threads but, I hate you. :P

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Did I ever tell you about the time I walked into a gun shop and they has a 1954 Winchester 52C Sporter with a price tag of $550.........In such good condition they thought it was the Japanese copy and not an original. I've had folks offer me $3500 the day I bought it and recently I was offered $6500!

 

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http://public.fotki.com/Rbertalotto/things-that-go-bang/winchester-model-52/

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I paid $450 for my first one...har! Weren't that pretty though and splinter forend.

2nd one as good and identical as yours but $700.

3rd I paid $400. Had $80 in gas and drive to N Tennessee to get it though cause fella wouldn't ship. It had one box of shells through it like new. Identical to yours.

 

Great find pard!

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I once bought a second gen colt with nice antler grips about 99% for a grand... twas very happy...38 special

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Finally got around to snapping so photos.

 

I cut the barrels back to 24" which I find "just the right" length

Removed the springs for the ejectors so now it just extracts.

Made a big ol brass bead for the front sight

Took it to the range with three different loads Heavy, Medium and light and the trigger worked fine 100% of the time.

 

I'm liking it!

 

DSC_5928-vi.jpg

DSC_5932-vi.jpg

DSC_5933-vi.jpg

DSC_5935-vi.jpg

DSC_5938-vi.jpg

DSC_5930-vi.jpg

 

More pictures here:

http://public.fotki.com/Rbertalotto/things-that-go-bang/skb-200e/

Great buy in today's day and age.

The stock already has a hairline split. Be sure to have it fixed before you use it too much.

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Roy, for $500 your older M200 was a steal!

I too like SKB's. Had a pair of M200's that I tripled my money on. Have 2 left ...

Old M500, 20ga that is my skeet gun -

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And an old M800, 12ga that is my trap gun -

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I once bought a second gen colt with nice antler grips about 99% for a grand... twas very happy...38 special

Yep, but that was back in the late 1800's :lol:

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Dang John Boy....somebody done scratched up your M800....it don't look usable in such a deplorable condition. Cuz I'm a nice guy I'll give ya $100 fer it :D :D

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I once bought a LNIB BSS for $229.

 

 

NO. wait , it was NIB and that was 1972, but I'd do it again.

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