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Here is a list of our current members that shoot BBF97s

1. NE450No2

2. Corjack

3. Aleko (BBS97)

4. Retrieverman

5. 505Ed

6. achristi

7. mchughcb

8. Docholyrood

9. MM

10. Diesel10

11. Dehusker

12. Analog_art

13. Grumilkin

14. Vaughan BB97

If I have omitted anyone speak up and I will add you to the list.

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The BBF 97 might be sleeper of the Blaser product line. Especially for the serious "person" of the woods.

The person that likes to hunt and eat small game, and birds of oppertunity.

They do not cost that much more than a wood R93. The rifle barrel shoots just as good, and you can have a shotgun with you at all times.

The guns are pretty sleek and handy, especially retrievermans "Tracker" BBF. 8-)

And with the Blaser cocking system very safe.

I tend to use my D99's more as I am a double rifle kind of guy, and a D99 Duo is a double rifle WITH a shotgun. :D

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A tracker set of barrels would be cool, maybe 12ga/8x57r

Humm!

No dont need anymore stuff! :?

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I have a standard grade BBF97 in 12/70 & .30-06. I use a low-powered Leupold variable & a Doctersight with Heneberger mount on it. So far I'm very happy with the accuracy & utility of the gun. Regulating the barrels took a bit of time to figure out as the Germans seem to believe only a gunsmith could do this - I had to get the instructions from a dealer in the UK.
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achristi wrote:I have a standard grade BBF97 in 12/70 & .30-06. I use a low-powered Leupold variable & a Doctersight with Heneberger mount on it. So far I'm very happy with the accuracy & utility of the gun. Regulating the barrels took a bit of time to figure out as the Germans seem to believe only a gunsmith could do this - I had to get the instructions from a dealer in the UK.
You have beem added to the list. I have worked on the regulation of mine, no problems there. Guess since I am mostly german I was able to figure it out.
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NE450No2 wrote:
The BBF 97 might be sleeper of the Blaser product line. Especially for the serious "person" of the woods.

They do not cost that much more than a wood R93. The rifle barrel shoots just as good, and you can have a shotgun with you at all times.
Here in OZ they cost less than a wood 93. :D

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Time to update this list.
BBF97 Luxus
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.222/9.3x74R

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Another addition. I just got:

BBF 97 Luxus
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Leupold VX-6 2-12x42 illuminated #4 reticle

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When I go to sleep at night the things that keep me awake, did I leave the iron on and should I get a 9.3x74R/12/76 multichoke barrel set next for the BBF97 :think:

Or do I really need a 5.6x50/12/76 barrel set as well?

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Don't lose sleep it is unhealthy and can take years off your life. Buy both and you will live a long happy life.

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I've got a awesome BB97 in 9.3x74r/9.3x74r with grade 4 wood. I have to admit, it's one of my favorite rifles and would not part with it. It is my "fair weather" elk rifle. It also did double duty on wildschweine while I was in Germany. It'll put 3 factory Hornady loads (from each barrel) into a nickel at 100yrds. Not uncommon from these rifles. Then the people at the shooting range just look over at me and wonder what the heck I'm shooting....it's a hoot every time!

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Can you get ejectors on the bbf97?

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No ejectors.

You might add Blasermania to the association soon :whistle:

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Update!
I added a set of .22Hornet/12ga. barrels to my set. They all have Zeiss 2.5-10x50 illuminated scopes on them.

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