What To Sell???


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Wildalaska
March 27, 2004, 01:07 AM
OK Im gonna buy a sniper rifle, but of course, SWBO says...."Why you buy gun bakaa jiji (foolish old man), you have too many gun, so you sell gun then OK to buy gun" and so on...

So what to sell?

First, one or more of these three must go...Walther P99 with 2 hi caps, SIG 228 with 2 high caps or BMI HK p7...all NIB or LNIB.....which one? If I just sell the HK that will finance most of the sniper....

Next, sell an all matching Swede 96/38 in excellent condition and all matching, or a Swede Husqv 38 excellent except not matcjhing stock? Now if I sell a Swede, then maybe I can keep a 9mm...

Sell a Pre 64 model 70 in 300 H&H, or an M1 carbine para trooper repro?

The M48 Yugo is gonna go! So thats easy!

Gonna sell my Mauser actions asap!

WilddecisonsdecisionsAlaska

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Bruce H
March 27, 2004, 01:35 AM
If it were me the Walther P99, the HK, the non matching 38, and the M1 paratrooper repro would go. The 64 300H&H is more of a specialty item and needs a specific buyer. Nice rifle to keep.

Wildalaska
March 27, 2004, 01:40 AM
ok this is noted!

WildkeepinscoreAlaska

Ala Dan
March 27, 2004, 01:50 AM
Greeting's All-

The SIG P228 would most definitely be a keeper; as would
the pre 64 model 70 Winchester in .300 H&H.

Best Wishes,
Ala Dan, N.R.A. Life Member

Wildalaska
March 27, 2004, 02:02 AM
Seems that the 228 is gonna be a keepr as is the H&H....just fondled the 96/38 and Im gonna cry when it goes snif sob

WildbutitsearlyAlaska

Beetle Bailey
March 27, 2004, 02:41 AM
just fondled the 96/38 and Im gonna cry when it goes snif sob

Don't sell the all matching 96/38! Why not sell the Husqvarna since the stock does not match? Is it that much better?

BTW, is it "One in, one out" or do you have to make up more of the difference?

Also, sell either the P99 or the 228 since as long as you have one, you won't really need the other (I say keep the 228).

And while I like the M1 carbine, I say you should sell that one too. Keep the unique stuff. Good luck!

Zundfolge
March 27, 2004, 02:55 AM
I think you should sell that Perazzi shotgun hidden way in the back of your gunsafe *wink*wink* ... you know the one ... the one that you've had for years *wink*wink* but you haven't shot in ages *wink*wink* ... I know it will be tough to get rid of *wink*wink* but then you can afford whatever precision rifle you want *wink*wink*

PATH
March 27, 2004, 03:04 AM
Parting with treasured friends is always a sad occasion. I simply can't do it.
I suppose getting rid of what you use least is in order if you must sell!

Wildalaska
March 27, 2004, 03:07 AM
Why not sell the Husqvarna since the stock does not match? Is it that much better?

I shoot the bent bolt better......thats the only reason

Lots of votes for the 228 to stay....

WildiwantembothAlaska

gulogulo1970
March 27, 2004, 04:13 AM
I would sell the HK P7. Keep all the rest and buy your new rifle.

I like that HK when I see it in photos. Its a neat design, but in person its a bigger gun than you would think. There are a lot of guns that could fill its roll for under half the Hk's cost. Free up some capital and buy that sniper rifle. Come on, I know the HK is very good gun but the sniper rifle will be more fun to own and shoot. My 2 cents.

MLH
March 27, 2004, 04:35 AM
SWBO?:uhoh: :D

spacemanspiff
March 28, 2004, 12:15 AM
since when did SWMBO become SWBO?

and what prices are you asking for the walther?
mausers?
got my tax refund, gotta decide if i'm gonna buy ammo, or guns, or pay off credit cards.

azrael
March 28, 2004, 12:34 PM
hmm...

Dump the Sig...

Dump the p99

Dump the BMI HK P7

Buy sniper rifle and a springy xd-9 or 4in. .500 smith<~~~you will thank me!!

Keep the 96/38<~~~I like those myself

how much you want for the m1??

does swbo have a sister that lives in CONUS? Prefereably at or near NC?:D

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