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Selling off some of the collection to make some room in the safe. All firearms must be shipped to an FFL (C&R accepted for 521-T and Ithaca 37) Payment by Postal Money order or Paypal +3%.

Feel free to PM me or e-mail me at [email protected] with any questions.

Thanks!

First: Ithaca Model 37 12 Gauge with 29 ½” Plain Barrel – Full Choke
Gun is in FAIR condition with little bluing left and several small cracks in the stock where it meets the receiver. Bore has some streaking that I think would come out with a good scrubbing but there may be some minor pitting also. Gun functions and fires fine but could probably use a good internal cleaning.

Asking $150 shipped in the CONUS.

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Second: Remington Model 788 in .222 Remington

Gun is in Fine-Excellent condition retaining almost all its original bluing. There is one small spot about the size of small rifle primer where there was some rust on the right hand side the barrel. The stock has been refinished with Tru-Oil and has a few nicks and scratches. There is a small chip protruding out by the rear swivel that has not broken free from the wood and has not moved since the gun was refinished. There is also a small piece missing right behind the bolt channel near the safety that you wouldn’t notice unless pointed out. It was missing when the stock was refinished and has been gone over nicely. Gun is drilled and tapped for scope mounts and has the original sites installed. Comes with magazine and factory trigger. Bore is excellent and the gun is a tack driver.

Asking $425 shipped in the CONUS.

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Third: Remington Model 521-T in .22 LR

Wood on this gun is excellent with only minor nicks. The bluing is all pretty much faded to a patina color and there is some minor rust on the trigger guard. Gun has been drilled and tapped for scope mounts and includes the original Lyman sights. Screws on the Lyman sight are a bit buggered but everything else on the gun is in great condition. Bolt still retains some of the original case coloring. Bore is excellent and the gun is an accurate shooter, especially for a .22. Comes with original 6 round magazine and leather sling.

Asking $275 shipped in the CONUS.

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Would you mind me asking why an extra 3% for Postal Money Orders? They are as good as cash and cost nothing to you to cash. Dale
 

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DALESCARPENTRY said:
Would you mind me asking why an extra 3% for Postal Money Orders? They are as good as cash and cost nothing to you to cash. Dale
Please re-read the ad.

SShooterZ said:
Selling off some of the collection to make some room in the safe. All firearms must be shipped to an FFL (C&R accepted for 521-T and Ithaca 37) Payment by Postal Money order or Paypal +3%.
Paypal charges you 3% to receive a payment. And while true that they don't allow gun transactions, I've done several under the guise of "tubing and wood pieces". ;D
 
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