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ruger 77 "flat bolt varmint". 220 Swift made in 1973.nice shape just a repair behind the front swivel mount.its about the size of a nickel and filled with epoxy.glass bedded action and full barrel channel.repair looks ok and the bipod covers it if you use one.still shoots good,.without the repair and bedding it's a high dollar gun with it is like to get $500
no scope,but rings


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the 1914 Swede carbine is one my buddy bought with the front end cut off and "fabbed "on the font end from another Swede and added the front metal and aged it (not perfect but a first glance looks ok).numbers not matching (bolt and receiver different numbers) and the sling hook isn't correct.bore is "ok" (not a mirror but not a mess either)and shoots cast pretty good.some if the notches on the rear sight are buggered.just an honest description of why this isn't a $800-$1000 gun!
it looks pretty good really

yours for $350 **SOLD ***

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French mle 1892 revolver
I'm done playing with this .thing's got a pretty good bore (not perfect ) and shoots good . The gun is an old Arsenal refinish so a lot of the writing is not very strong . cylinders do not turn freely on these when spun by hand and it wobbles when the hammer is forward .it locks up tight when you fire it and This is how they were designed nothing is wrong with it .I will include the cases that I made out of 32-20. You can buy Hornady dies for about 75 to 80 bucks but I just use an assortment of ones I had laying around to load it. 330 diameter Buckshot shoots good. The bullet shown is the ideal 32359 that is cast only about .326 and it actually shoots okay. $275

This is an antique and it can ship directly to your door unless you're possibly in California or some areas that are like that you need to know your laws.


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CZ 455 Mannlicher .17 hmr with a Timney trigger added and two magazines.in original box.has a couple dents from the safe $400

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Henry big boy steel carbine
327 federal with Malcolm scope.
I have the original box for the rifle but not the scope. The gun is used there are a few little dents on the wood from bumping around my safe but very low round count I'd say less than 500. Scope is a 3x short scope works fine one of the small screws is a little bit boogerd but it doesn't affect anything. The screws in the Scopes are very soft. I cannot guarantee that I could find the rear sight but I will sure try. It just a simple dovetail with elevator.

This is the steel receiver carbine with large lever Loop. As much as I'm trying to warm up to the Henry platform I just cannot. Function and shoots quite well nothing wrong at all.
$625(SOLD)*******

pm your email and I can send more pics


all plus shipping from me to your FFL.if ffl needed on my end for your dealers choice I'll have to check cost.
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You forgot the price on #3.

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You forgot the price on #3.

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Hi,
I'll take the henry rifle.
Thanks!!
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Would you be willing to trade the #4 17hmr for a savage model 11 in 22-250 that comes with a bushnell 3-9x40 scope and 200+ peices of brass and a set of rcbs reloading dies I have the gun on here with pics if you want to see what it looks like
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Would you be willing to trade the #4 17hmr for a savage model 11 in 22-250 that comes with a bushnell 3-9x40 scope and 200+ peices of brass and a set of rcbs reloading dies I have the gun on here with pics if you want to see what it looks like
Fair offer but at this point I'm kind of trying to thin out. Thanks though
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Ok thank you for the fast reply
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