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- Details & Specs
- Model: 017054401
Browning® BT-99 Single Shot 12 Gauge Shotgun. Elevate your trap game -- without spending a fortune.
You won't find a better blend of simplicity, reliability, affordability, and clay-busting excellence than the classic BT-99. When it was introduced in 1969, it immediately gained a loyal following among trap shooters of all ability levels. It's no wonder why -- trap shooting requires tremendous focus and practice, and having a specialized gun like the fast-swing BT-99 Shotgun never hurts when you're taking a shot at victory.
BT-99 Single Shot Shotgun special features:
- Invector-PlusTM interchangeable choke system provides consistent, dense shot patterns in the construction needed for your shooting situation. The longer choke taper works with Back-Bored technology to produce patterns with more uniform density and fewer flyers
- Choke design eliminates gases slipping between the choke tube and barrel that could damage the tube or barrel
- Chrome-plated chamber resists the toll thousands of shells can take on lesser guns
- Vector ProTM lengthened forcing cone minimizes shot deformation and maximizes pattern uniformity, consistency and density
- Back-boring increases bore diameter specifications and decreases friction between the shot cup and bore to maximize pellet velocity and reduce felt recoil
- Back-bored barrel for better patterns and increased shot velocity
- Bold beavertail forearm helps absorb recoil and assist hand-eye coordination
- High-post ventilated rib barrel
- Brown trap recoil pad takes the punch out of recoil
- Gauge: 12
- Action: Single shot
- Capacity: 1
- Barrel length: 34"
- Barrel finish: Satin blued
- Stock: Grade I black walnut with satin finish
- Chokes: Full
- Length of pull: 14.375"
- Chamber: 2.75"
- Receiver material: Steel
- Sights: Ivory bead front / ivory bead mid
- Overall length: 51"
- Overall weight: 8.3 lbs.
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