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Trouble with a Gold Rush deluxe

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by stormwaltz, Dec 11, 2009.

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  1. stormwaltz

    stormwaltz Member

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    So, I've had this gun for about a year and I've been trying to sell it, but I can't find the right way to go about doing that.

    It's a Beretta Gold Rush deluxe, 45 Colt pump rifle modeled after the Colt Lightning. It's a beautiful gun and pretty fun, but also not cheap and definitely not cheap to shoot. Just finding 45 is hard enough, and when I do see a box it's not the higher quality cowboy ammo suited to this kind of gun.

    The site: https://berettausa.com/e2wProductGr...k=2100000084:3100001363:3100001374:4100001572

    Some pics of mine, the 20" round barrel carbine version:
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    I listed it here in the forum for a few months and now it's been sitting in consignment at a local shop for a while. I was in a car accident recently and was hit by several bills and I need to move this thing somehow, problem is it's a really niche piece. Any suggestions? I thought of using Gun Broker or something like that, but it's a lot of trouble to go through just for one gun.
     
  2. gatorjames85

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    I think gunbroker is the way to go when you have a gun like this that has more of a niche market.
     
  3. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    Did you put it on the For Sale forums here yet? What's the price? I'm actually interested myself...
     
  4. stormwaltz

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