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Unread 08-11-2019, 06:43 AM   #11
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I was not correcting Mr. Martin's or Craig's post. I was correcting Dean's post. By the way, these are both great guns. I own and shoot both. After years of having an inoperative trigger on my high grade 32, a person whose name you would recognize fixed it with little fanfare or expense.
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Having never seen a 32 or a 3200 apart I wouldn’t know about comparisons in mechanical design. I should have said the 3200 was made to resemble the 32 in outward design (appearance) because I do not have the experience with either to comment on the mechanics of them. Suffice to say I like the 32, have shot one in 20 gauge and liked it very much for its handling qualities.
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I may have been responsible for leading us off into M3200 land. What I was trying to accomplish as to point out that Remington's records (or ability, or interest) are deficient.

There is (was?) a guy on the Remington Collectors' site who claimed that "If I relied on Remington for their dating service, I would end up with Nancy Pelosi"
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I may have been responsible for leading us off into M3200 land. What I was trying to accomplish as to point out that Remington's records (or ability, or interest) are deficient.

There is (was?) a guy on the Remington Collectors' site who claimed that "If I relied on Remington for their dating service, I would end up with Nancy Pelosi"
The guy I know is I believe on the BOD anyway he showed me a bunch of stuff he Xeroxed while there . I tend to take what he says in a positive way Granted the guy that showed me stuff that was copied there was not a Remlin employee etc but rather a RCS person , so that most likely makes a huge difference .
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Having never seen a 32 or a 3200 apart I wouldnít know about comparisons in mechanical design. I should have said the 3200 was made to resemble the 32 in outward design (appearance) because I do not have the experience with either to comment on the mechanics of them. Suffice to say I like the 32, have shot one in 20 gauge and liked it very much for its handling qualities.
Apologies for misleading anyone.
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The first K-32 I had I never payed much attention when Pylenski worked on it . Later I bought a pair of R-32ís that were in pieces and watched my gunsmith friend put them back together . My second K-32 was a first or second year production gun made up almost entirely of Remington made parts . At the moment I own no R-32 , K-32 , K-80 or K-20 but Iím contemplating changing that . Only time will tell
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And FWIW I have an effection for 3200 Competition Grade guns and the 1 of 1000 guns . Iíve been told there was a 1 of 500 group that I think they said were made for the European market but Iíve never seen one .
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I have the #3 set of the 1 of 1,000 skeet and trap guns.
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I have the #3 set of the 1 of 1,000 skeet and trap guns.
They supposedly made a few hundred Flyer or Pigeon guns . Have you ever seen one of them ?
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Yep. Had a chance to buy an unfired pigeon gun, but decided 3 unique 3200's was enuff.
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Yep. Had a chance to buy an unfired pigeon gun, but decided 3 unique 3200's was enuff.
At the risk of being being nosey whatís your third 3200 if you have 1-1000 in a trap and 1-1000 in a skeet ?
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