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Richland / Zastava 200

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Hookeye, May 17, 2019 at 11:02 PM.

  1. Hookeye

    Hookeye Member

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    LGS has one. 20 ga not mint. 22" model. Double triggers. Recoil pad is mushed. Thought about cutting it down and putting pachmayr on it for the kid. Its pretty light so would get wuss loads. Dont know diddly squat about that brand/ model
     
  2. troy fairweather

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    if it's cheap go for it
     
  3. Hookeye

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    350 on it. Books for way less. But in the flesh, not common.......I can see over book a bit.
    Not that much though.
    The ol lady likes it. Kid can't shoot for a while, only been 7 weeks since her shoulder surgery.
    Not for me, as I'd rather have an SKB. Three times the money, but hey I'm worth it.
     
  4. Hookeye

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    Short and cheap, could be a good bunny blaster.
    Kid w the bum shoulder the only one of my three that wants to hunt.
    Figures.
     
  5. Old Shooter

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    Make an offer, maybe they have some wiggle room on the price.
     
  6. bannockburn

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    Hookeye

    Are you sure you don't mean Zabala instead of Zastava as the manufacturer? Zabala was a Spanish shotgun maker and Richland Arms was their U.S. importer. A buddy of mine gave me his Zabala S/S 20 gauge when he couldn't hunt anymore. Used it mainly for upland game. It has 26" barrels and is choked a fairly tight Modified and Full. The stock and forend have been refinished and it needed a new recoil pad as well. A decent little 20 gauge, it would probably go for somewhere around $300 if I had to put a price on it.

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  7. Virginian

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    The Richland SxSs were not bad guns at all. They were never confused with a Purdey, but they were a bit better than the old Savage/Stevens guns IMO. Occasionally some of the small interior parts would wear excessively from being too soft, but parts were easy to get and cheap. I had a 20 and a 10. Francis Sell loved to kill geese with his 20 gauge back in the golden era of lead shot, I remember that well.
     
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  8. Hookeye

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    Zabala it is LOL
    I could proly get this one for 300 out the door.
    My youngest and ol lady are same size so it'd be for them.
     
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