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    Just a heads up that Cabelaís has the Benelli Ultralight 20ga. on sale for $1249. Thatís about $200 off the regular price. You donít see them on sale very often. 24Ē barrel about perfect on that gun. If you have some points you could get into a pretty nice gun for a grand. Not nearly as good as their clearance sale a while back, but something. I wonder if they are gonna dump the UL now that they are BPS? Maybe thatís why they are running the ULs out of town there.

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    Mark, Any action on your S-16? Gone?

    Just curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyB View Post
    Mark, Any action on your S-16? Gone?

    Just curious...
    One offer of $900. I donít mind either sending it to Briley or buying a barrel if they start making them available. Itís such a fun gun to carry and shoot that I am in no hurry to part with it. The Kent bismuth loads have made it very versatile for me. I like WPAs late in the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgorvi View Post
    One offer of $900. I don’t mind either sending it to Briley or buying a barrel if they start making them available. It’s such a fun gun to carry and shoot that I am in no hurry to part with it. The Kent bismuth loads have made it very versatile for me. I like WPAs late in the season.
    Have you considered sawing off the barrel yourself? It's a fairly easy operation with the right saw. I've viewed this procedure on line and considered doing so myself. Just an idea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyB View Post
    Have you considered sawing off the barrel yourself? It's a fairly easy operation with the right saw. I've viewed this procedure on line and considered doing so myself. Just an idea...
    Iím sure I could hack it off no problem. Itís threading in the the new chokes threads and replacing the bead
    that requires the services of a good barrel mechanic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgorvi View Post
    I’m sure I could hack it off no problem. It’s threading in the the new chokes threads and replacing the bead
    that requires the services of a good barrel mechanic.
    I assumed you might forgo the expensive Briley approach and settle for an open bore, after you cut the barrel back. Installing the bead would be an easy task, also. Just a thought...

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