Browning Adds New Models to BT-99 Shotgun Line

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posted on June 8, 2017
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For 2017, Browning is adding a pair of new single barrel BT-99 models with adjustable buttplates and combs. The standard model features a 14 3/8" length of pull, while the Micro version has a length of pull of 13 3/4"—ideal for small stature shooters.




Both models feature Graco Pro Fit adjustable combs and buttplate pads to customize fit. The new BT-99 Trap will be offered in 32" or 34" barrel lengths. The Micro will be offered with 30" or 32" barrel lengths.

Features:
-Steel receiver with blued finish
-High-post ventilated, floating rib
-Extractor-only action
-Satin finish walnut stock
-Ventilated trap recoil pad
-Beavertail forearm
-Vector Pro Lengthened Forcing Cone
-One Invector-Plus choke tube
-Ivory front and mid-bead sights
-Micro models available qualify for the Browning Growth Insurance Program

MSRP: $1,799.99

For more information visit browning.com

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