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Good Deals Here?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by TRIDENT, Sep 15, 2003.

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  1. TRIDENT

    TRIDENT Member

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    A guy just e-mailed me this list of guns for sale. Do ya'll see any bargains here?
     
  2. TRIDENT

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    LIST

    Remington Model 41 .22 Target Master VG to EXC very old, blue 99% stock 99% very accurate $175

    Remington Model 514 P .22 VG peep sight, blue 95% stock 99% $100

    Winchester Model 67A pre 1964 EXC .22 blue 100% stock as new maybe unfired $200

    Winchester Model 94 30/30 pre 1964 blue 95% very clean mfg in 1958 $400

    Rossi Coach Gun 12ga 20†bbl imp/cyl (not sawed off) overall about VG blue 95% $200

    Winchester Model 12 12ga 20†bbl cyl (not a sawed off) Louisiana Dept of Correction VG blue 90% $450

    Ruger 44 mag carbine VG hard to find blue 100% $550

    Colt Frontier .22/.22mag VG to EXC blue 99% $250

    S&W K22 .22 8 3/8†bbl VG blue 95% very accurate $275

    Colt 3rd Model Woodsman Match Target .22 EXC blue 99% Eliason sight, slab sided bbl $850

    S&W Model 29 .44 mag 1976 model 6 ½†not a 6†this is pinned and recessed in presentation case 99% best offer*
     
  3. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Greeting's TRIDENT-

    Looks like some very interesting weapons here, my friend!
    The bolt-action, single shot Winchester model 67A NIB sold
    originally for $18.50 at various hardware stores during the
    mid 50's.

    My father-in-law gave $125 for a NIB Ruger .44 Magnum
    Carbine somewhere around 1970.

    I don't remember the price, but I had a NIB 3rd generation,
    Colt Match Target Woodsman in 1976. If memory serves
    me correctly, I believe I gave a little over $300 bucks for
    it?

    Some of his prices seem a bit on the high side; but then
    again, if they are indeed quality pieces then the prices
    may not be out of line. Wish I had some extra cash, I'd
    buy everything you didn't want!:D :uhoh:

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

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    That one sounds like a deal! If it is an older one and it is still in 95%, it should be a sweet shooter. I have a 6" M-17 made in 1958 that is well made and accurate. It brings a smile to my face every time I hold it.
     
  5. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    That's more than I'd be willing to pay for it, but I'm sure he'll get $850 for it in fairly short order.
     
  6. BluesBear

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    I'll take it! How can I get it?
     
  7. Futo Inu

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    Private collection? If so, would be worth more to me.
     
  8. TRIDENT

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    I don't personally know the gentleman who is selling these items, but here is his e-mail, I got it from a fishing message board...

    kellyjk@ev1.net
     
  9. BluesBear

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    Trident,

    I tried that e'mail addy, but got this reply...

    Permanent Failure: 550_unknown_user_<kellyjk@ev1.net>


    :(
     
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