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PostSubject: Sporting Standard Fixed Rib   Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:08 pm

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Sporting clays has become one of the most popular forms of clay target shooting. Sporting clays demands a specific type of shotgun that combines the quickness and pointability of a field gun with the rugged durability and smoothness of a competition shotgun.

The Kolar S/C features a neutral weight distribution and balance. Careful selection of stock and forend density assures this critical aspect of performance. The specially designed stocks optimize gun fit, whether you choose to pre-mount or shoot the low gun FITASC discipline.

The Kolar S/C is available with 28”, 30”, 32” and 34” Semi-Lite barrels that are factory overbored and long coned for minimum recoil and maximum pattern efficiency. Screw-in chokes are extended, knurled and available in ten constrictions to assure optimum performance. The S/C barrels feature a ramp taper rib for rapid target acquisition, superb pointability and are regulated specifically for the sport. All barrels are competition matte blued to prevent glare and distortion. As with all our guns, the Kolar S/C is delivered in an aluminum airline case.


SPORTING STANDARD > SPECIFICATIONS
GAUGE:
12 ga. Chambered 2.75"

ACTION:
4140 CNC Machined, Chrome-Moly Steel

BARRELS:
28", 30", 32" or 34"

.750 bore, XLC/CT: Standard

Max Bore/Carrier AAA Inserts

RIB:
Ramp Taper: Standard
Flat Taper: Special Order

TRIGGER:
Single, Selective, Detachable, Mechanical
Coil Spring Driven
Trigger Length: Adjustable
Release/Double Release: Optional

STOCK/FE:
English Walnut w/Euro Forend
Adjustable Comb: Standard
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