Blazer F3 super trap combo?

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  1. Mr. Pump Gun

    Mr. Pump Gun New Member

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    Looking for opinions on this gun. Thanks
     
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    All I can say it is an excellent combo, Good as they come.


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    Go to your local Blaser dealer and ask for a demo gun to shoot.
    Anyone would have to be nuts to spend that kind of money without first shooting one.
    Would you spend $10k on a car without first driving one?
    It might take a few days or weeks because Blaser usually has only one or two that they ship around to dealers that need it.

    Last year I got one to keep for a weekend and on Monday bought one(not for me, the Mrs).
    They're good guns, but don't hold as much value used as Perazzi or Krieghoff, so plan on shooting it for a good long time.

    Their CNC manufacturing makes barrels and forends interchangeable without gunsmith fitting, not that many folks take advantage of that.

    One other consideration, Blaser doesn't offer a discount for buying a combo, the total is equal to the sum of the parts. This means you can buy the O/U and add the unsingle later, or Vice Versa, you don't save any dough buying the combo upfront.

    I dislike their Trap Combo case, with barrels on top half of case and receiver on the bottom, so I tossed it and bought a Negrini. You could save some money by not taking the Blaser case right off the bat, unless you prefer that style.

    Also, for only a $1k upgrade you can get the Luxus finish and avoid blueing wear.

    YMMV
     

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