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H. Koon Omega III pics

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by genericusername, Apr 14, 2010.

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  1. genericusername

    genericusername Member

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    I hope this is the right place for these, I'm new here and don't know my way around yet.
    After reading the earlier thread on the Omega III, I thought I would start a new thread to post some pics of my Dads Omega III. I believe it is the Classic model with Claro walnut stock, .270 Lefty. Here goes.
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    If anyone shows an interest I'll post pics of the brochure and owners manual. Enjoy! :D
     
  2. Shear_stress

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    Gorgeous!
     
  3. C-grunt

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    Wow thats a good looking rifle. Im assuming that thing costs some coin?
     
  4. BsChoy

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    I have never heard of an Omega III but that is one sweet looking rifle. I'd be afraid to take it out into the woods.
     
  5. Offfhand

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    I think somewhere in my files I may have something about the Homer Koon rifles, I'll check, if I can remember to do so.
     
  6. genericusername

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    Here's a link to the thread that inspired me to post pics. It pretty much has the full story on the Omega III. The general consensus on what they're worth seems to be $1000-$2500, but with so few of them around who really knows?
    www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=424187
    Love to see whatever you can dig up Offhand.
     
  7. CuffemNow

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    I also have an Omega rifle, 223WinMag. Any idea what a prefix "p" denotes?
     
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    The prefix "P" was used on several PILOT MODELS that were produced before the production runs were made. They were selectively placed by Homer for constructive criticism by the recipients who received them.
     
  9. rangerruck

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    really beautiful; and hang on to that P model... heck , any homer rifle...
     
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