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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:44 pm 
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Sernv99,

It isn't anything to do with gun brands, it is about the fact that you are an idiot !

I have never had any issue with anything on ts, don't make out like I have simply because it suits your agenda, seems you are selective with the truth as well as being selective with your memory.

You have irritated enough people here that we all know what sort of person you are Sernv99, making up a little story about me being on some sort of mission to follow all your posts and harass you and bait people to make anti Perazzi comments and then jump on them isn't going to do anything to change peoples opinion of you that you have already created.

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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:50 pm 
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Both of you guys need to be put in timeout :roll: until you grow up :twisted:


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:57 pm 
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Thanks for the input RTA.

You are completely right but if he is going to infer that I have some sort of vendetta against him, make comments about me and my conduct that are simply not true and make remarks out me personally simply because I questioned his contradictory posts I will comment back whether you approve or not ..... sorry.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 6:44 pm 
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Bryce. wrote:
Thanks for the input RTA.

You are completely right but if he is going to infer that I have some sort of vendetta against him, make comments about me and my conduct that are simply not true and make remarks out me personally simply because I questioned his contradictory posts I will comment back whether you approve or not ..... sorry.


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well, ummm, if you have to resort to calling people arrogant SOBs without provocation because you don't agree with them, I'd say you have some issues that you need to take offline here and not spam this forum with.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 1:10 pm 
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Guys, we are all here to learn and share "opinions" remember that, one mans opinion may not work for another, but doesn't make it wrong. Lets all have fun and get along :D none of us want to see you two at each others throats, please............. :?
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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 1:31 pm 
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To the OP: My wife started using a Blaser in May of this year.

She quickly punched out of E class , then in one weekend punched out of D class. The gun has the handling dynamics she likes and is also light enough for her to handle well.

She had been shooting a K 80 and though the gun was perfect in all ways, it was simply too heavy for her. The Blaser is more than one lb lighter.

I am impressed w/ the gun's triggers and I have owned Krieghoffs and Perazzis.

Enjoy your new gun.

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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 2:07 pm 
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Just to throw in I shoot a Beretta 391 with a 30 inch barell so I am used to looking down a sight plane that is around 34 inches and is a little light in the barrels. I do want to add some weight up front but dont want a boat anchor with 34 inch barrels. I think Blaser is a step ahead of everyone in this area. Not to mention being able to put a different gauge barrel on there and it weighing the same. Pretty amazing noone did this before! Or at least to this level of ease. Why learn to shoot a gun that you dont love the way it feels. You are going to have a learning period with any gun.


If you want a little more weight up front, look into a mag cap weight from Jim's Ear and Eye. I added a 8oz one on my 1100 - made all the difference in the world

http://www.jimsearneye.com/barrelweight.html

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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2009 3:43 pm 
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Wow.....that was better than a Family guy episode........


Sheeeeesshh!! :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:28 am 
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I have found handling a gun without shooting it tells you nothing as far as how well you will perform with it............how well the swing dynamics will effect your timing .........the weight of the gun and , how the balance will effect achieving the right sight picture with the least amount of effort etc.....you can I guess determine ergonomics ,grip , drop of comb etc. but actually shooting it is a whole different thing.............Also your going from a gas gun to an O/U..........there always is an adjustment phase with that. You may not like the recoil after repeated firings at first.............start with the light stuff and limit your rounds.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:34 am 
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perazzi01 wrote:
I have found handling a gun without shooting it tells you nothing as far as how well you will perform with it............how well the swing dynamics will effect your timing .........the weight of the gun and , how the balance will effect achieving the right sight picture with the least amount of effort etc.....you can I guess determine ergonomics ,grip , drop of comb etc. but actually shooting it is a whole different thing.............Also your going from a gas gun to an O/U..........there always is an adjustment phase with that. You may not like the recoil after repeated firings at first.............start with the light stuff and limit your rounds.

Oh, oh...now you've crossed swords with sernv99, perazzi01. His full year of experience is hard to disagree with. Obviously with the "pizzaria" in your cyber-moniker, your opinion is tainted! :lol: Perhaps when we all have more experience, we'll be more discerning also! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:54 am 
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45forme wrote:
perazzi01 wrote:
I have found handling a gun without shooting it tells you nothing as far as how well you will perform with it............how well the swing dynamics will effect your timing .........the weight of the gun and , how the balance will effect achieving the right sight picture with the least amount of effort etc.....you can I guess determine ergonomics ,grip , drop of comb etc. but actually shooting it is a whole different thing.............Also your going from a gas gun to an O/U..........there always is an adjustment phase with that. You may not like the recoil after repeated firings at first.............start with the light stuff and limit your rounds.

Oh, oh...now you've crossed swords with sernv99, perazzi01. His full year of experience is hard to disagree with. Obviously with the "pizzaria" in your cyber-moniker, your opinion is tainted! :lol: Perhaps when we all have more experience, we'll be more discerning also! :lol:


...or you can be like 45forme and pontificate to new shooters that in order to make an opinion on a gun, you need 20 years "experience" to decide if gun X is right for you :roll: what's next telling people to buy a new car and drive it for 20 years and make a decision whether this car was right for them or not? :roll: Yeah buddy, you offer some solid "experience" on here :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 10:52 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 12:17 am 
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45forme wrote:
Oh, oh...now you've crossed swords with sernv99, perazzi01. His full year of experience is hard to disagree with. Obviously with the "pizzaria" in your cyber-moniker, your opinion is tainted! :lol: Perhaps when we all have more experience, we'll be more discerning also! :lol:



Don't know who you are talking to "45forme" as far as years of experiance and I don't think my opinions are tainted in anyway as I have owned many low budget , middle , and high dollar shotguns and my monker is just that ,....a moniker. As far as the Blaser Is concerned I find them definately to my liking. I have yet to own one but have shot them many times. If i was in the market for a new O/U right now I would purchase one over a Perazzi as they are close in quality but for a lot less money. I'm in the opinion that Perazzi's are over priced a bit due to the name which is expected. Heh ! if I do buy one (which I came close to doing when they first came out) maybe i'll change my "MONIKER " to F301 or Blaser01 but then alas , you would consider me Blaser biased.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 7:45 am 
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perazzi01 wrote:
45forme wrote:
Oh, oh...now you've crossed swords with sernv99, perazzi01. His full year of experience is hard to disagree with. Obviously with the "pizzaria" in your cyber-moniker, your opinion is tainted! :lol: Perhaps when we all have more experience, we'll be more discerning also! :lol:



Don't know who you are talking to "45forme" as far as years of experiance and I don't think my opinions are tainted in anyway as I have owned many low budget , middle , and high dollar shotguns and my monker is just that ,....a moniker. As far as the Blaser Is concerned I find them definately to my liking. I have yet to own one but have shot them many times. If i was in the market for a new O/U right now I would purchase one over a Perazzi as they are close in quality but for a lot less money. I'm in the opinion that Perazzi's are over priced a bit due to the name which is expected. Heh ! if I do buy one (which I came close to doing when they first came out) maybe i'll change my "MONIKER " to F301 or Blaser01 but then alas , you would consider me Blaser biased.

It was a joke for sernv99--not you, Perazzi01. Sorry you took it that way---look up his past entries and you'll get the picture and a good laugh.

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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 7:12 pm 
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aside from the ill-attempts at humor on here, on a serious note, is Blaser projected to do another price increase at the end of the year?


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 7:33 pm 
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aside from the ill-attempts at humor on here, on a serious note, is Blaser projected to do another price increase at the end of the year?


Very GOOD point !! ..............the time to buy a Blaser was probably awhile ago if not right now. They are going to want to increase their profit margin as I feel its not very high as they build there name and reputation as the "must" have gun to shoot.

They are on a very serious all out assult to dominate Sporting with all the sponserships out there. Like the Kemen when it first came out , don't expect the Euro / dollar exchange rate to be the only reason for price increase. They are going to call their chips in once the demand for them goes up. Buy now as they are a great gun and may stay the same....or possible increase in value if you take care of it.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 8:00 pm 
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perazzi01 wrote:
sernv99 wrote:
aside from the ill-attempts at humor on here, on a serious note, is Blaser projected to do another price increase at the end of the year?


Very GOOD point !! ..............the time to buy a Blaser was probably awhile ago if not right now. They are going to want to increase their profit margin as I feel its not very high as they build there name and reputation as the "must" have gun to shoot.

They are on a very serious all out assult to dominate Sporting with all the sponserships out there. Like the Kemen when it first came out , don't expect the Euro / dollar exchange rate to be the only reason for price increase. They are going to call their chips in once the demand for them goes up. Buy now as they are a great gun and may stay the same....or possible increase in value if you take care of it.


when I bought mine last October from a Blaser dealer, I was lucky to find a new 32" F3 at the old price of $5100...the news ones that the dealer had in stock after the price increase during the year were priced at $5900. Now I see the F3 sporting going for list of around $6700, with a "call me and I'll give you a good price" dealer pricing of about $6100.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 9:30 am 
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I heard at a shoot this weekend that they are going to be adding a high rib sporter similar to the kriegoff pro sporter. The person I spoke with said that they called Blaser and they said that the stock would be a sporter stock but the barrel would be the high rib trap barrel.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:30 pm 
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sounds like their Trap guns since over at trapshooters.com, there was a thread started by a Blaser dealer stating they are coming out with an adjustable rib trap gun. I have not heard talk about doing the same concept, a la K80 Pro Sporter, to the Blaser sporting guns.

did you buy the 34" Blaser yet?.


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 Post subject: Re: Blaser 34 Inch
PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:08 pm 
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Not yet want to finish up the registered season then purchase it during the winter. I can start with it in the winter and have a bit of experience with it when the new season rolls around. Wouldn't mind seeing what this raised rib sporter will look like if it exists. I did have a blaser trap gun in my hands and shot a few targets with the kriegoff raised rib sporter and really liked it better than any kriegoff I have shot before.




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