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Seller: August Guns
Company: August M Crocker Fine Guns
Member Since: 12/11/15
First Name: August
Last Name: Crocker
Country: United States
Phone: (512) 567-7855
Fax: (512) 518-3124
Active Listings: 31
Total Listings: 455
Seller Type:FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Methods: All
YILDIZ PRO SPORTER 12/32" ** LEFT HAND **-LOTS OF PICS
Brand New in Case: Yildiz PRO STAR SPORTER 12ga 32" bbls with extended chokes.This is a LEFT HAND stock set with factory adjustable comb, GORGEOUS Turkish Walnut on a Blued Boss receiver, full set of extended competition chokes. 8.3 lbs exactly as shown balancing perfectly on hinge. These are being handled by a very select few authorized dealers and the ONLY LEFT HAND in the order. It has taken me a year to get a LEFT, do not wait on another. THE ACTUAL PHOTOS OF STOCK # B589 are being shown and the wood is absolutely spectacular. Have questions? CALL ME TO DISCUSS-I have shot them extensively and the first in the US to order.
"Robust Boss locking system reduces felt recoil & “muzzle flip”
Exquisitely-grained exhibition-grade Turkish walnut sporting stock. Dimensions are; 1 1/2" x 1 3/4". LOP 14 7/8"
• 4140 Chromium Molybdenum High-Tensile Steel barrels, action & parts
• Traditional Blued, Nickel and Engraved Nickel styles available
• Exquisitely-grained exhibition-grade Turkish walnut furniture
• 5 extended chokes come as standard accessories
• Adjustable comb comes as standard equipment
• Selective trigger also comes standard
• Left Handed stock is available upon request
• Hinge pins are replaceable for ease of maintenance
• 733 chrome-lined bores for a lifetime of durability and performance
• Silver soldered ribs for longevity and barrel integrity
• 5 year warranty with responsive customer support HERE IN THE USA"
MY HISTORY & PERSPECTIVE OF THE YILDIZ COMPETITION GUN:
In early 2018 I was asked to look at a new Turkish competition shotgun and initially had little interest. I knew the importer as a long time friend, industry pro and former Olympic shooter and he told me a shotgun had not gotten his attention like this in a very long time. Described as an all CNC machined -from -billet receiver out of a brand new manufacturing facility and a faithful copy of perazzi/boss design. I was sent one to shoot, dissemble, measure and assess as I wanted for as long as I wanted. Fit & finish was impressive. Locking true Boss, machining spot on with impressive surface finish. Barrels are generally where a maker is going to cut a corner and these measured out beautifully with backbored dimensions and chrome lined with a full complement of extended chokes. Barrels a hair on the light side- a nice “problem” that yielded a 8.2 lb gun that was lively in the hands and balanced on its hinge- so far so good! Inertia Triggers were crisp and barrel selector correctly placed. Off I went to the clays course.You can certainly have a gun that hits all these marks and still not be pleasant to shoot or confident in its breaks or possess some anomaly that leaves you head scratching- it had none. Recoil was linear and very comfortable and I actually enjoyed shooting the gun. I’ve always used doubles trap to really see how a gun performs as there is just no room for error and flaws show quickly- it’s my acid test. I came away impressed. So pleased I became the first dealer in the US to place an order. Those that know me know I only carry guns I like and respect and I add makers very seldom. Now for the fun part- real Turkish walnut. Walnut shotgun stocks come from all over the world and always labeled as “Turkish” (as if one could verify). One look at these however you will know where this walnut comes from because it is a dream. Metal finish on the blued guns is excellent and the nickel equally impressive with proper sheen, not the blasted finish you see so many cut a corner with. So when I’m asked, “is this the same cheap gun sold by academy?” NO, it is most certainly not. With few exceptions competition shotguns are a copy in design. Krieghoff/Rem 3200, Perazzi/Boss/Kemen/Fabbri, all have roots up to their tree limbs and are the source of endless “copy” banter. What is important however is materials, tolerances, fit finish, handling, true right (left) dimensions, Regulation , collimation, recoil characteristic, and service after the sale. This is the story of how the Pro Star came to me and why I represent it. My prediction is first adopters will tell stories later on bragging about the price they paid back when they first arrived. -August