Browning BT-99 017071425 vs H&R 1871 Topper
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Single Shot Shotguns Descriptions
Browning BT-99 017071425
BT-99. The ideal competition shotgun for trapshooters of all ages. Browning quality can be found at every level of the shooting sports. And when your chosen sport is American singles and handicap trap, the revered Browning BT-99 wins the hearts and minds of many. There is not a finer example of simplicity, quality and clay-busting performance than the classic BT-99. When it was introduced in 1969, it immediately gained a loyal following among both beginner and veteran shooters alike. They appreciated the consistent, reliable performance and great value the BT-99 offered. Today is no different. From the Micro that is designed to comfortably accommodate smaller shooters to the Golden Clays version with a host of extra bells and whistles, theres a BT-99 tailor made just for you.
H&R 1871 Topper
This shotgun features a double white bead sighting system and a 30" ventilated rib barrel with an extended stainless steel IM trap choke. The cast frame is coated with electroless nickel, giving the gun an attractive, eye-catching custom gun look. Its custom designed trap buttstock perfectly aligns the shooters eye with the bead sights and is fitted with checkered, select grade walnut from the American Walnut Company. It also features a Pachmayr trap recoil pad for performance and comfort. Like all shotguns in the Topper family, the Trap Gun patterns well, has a transfer bar safety and a smooth single shot action that opens with the push of a lever. A perfect fit for those learning the sport.