I got into trap shooting this fall and was using a Remington 870 Express. Long story short, I had a conversation with my Dad on the phone and told him I was shooting trap and what I was shooting and how I was shooting, (poorly). He explained that he had an "old" trap gun that he hadn't used in 20 years that he would like to send me. what I ended up with is a beautiful Browning BT-99 12ga with one barrel with full choke. I would estimate it at 90% conservatively. Any ideas what this gun may be worth??
Edited - For all those trying to figure out what the heck I was talking about when I posted here, I was reading another thread on the BPS in another browser window and posted to the wrong one. I'll just clean out the gibberish.
Your Bt is worth Between $600 to $800 .They only make the
99's now. Yours is a more popular model because of it's age
forend and the engraving. As with anything i find with gun's
price is determined more by the buyer than anything else.
I've paid way more for guns than they were worth just because
i wanted them, and at the same time i've gotten a lot of good
deal's. Make sure to thank your father as he has given you a
great trapgun. trapman69
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