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Old 03-17-2017, 01:58 PM
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Need to sell some guns, sadly.

Local sells are fine so long as I see an ID to prove state residency. Shipping is through my FFL dealer. Postal money orders are preferred, as personal checks will have to wait to be cleared. Edited to add: NO PAYPAL, preferences to established members on offers.

S&W Model 10-8 with 4" heavy barrel, including box and papers as pictured. Dates to 1979, s/n is 5D463xx. This is as nice a Model 10 as you'll find, it's ANIB with the faintest turn line and beautiful blueing. No holster wear, no rust, one tiny, absolutely tiny rub mark on cylinder from resting in the box, which I tried hard to picture. This revolver is almost new - 99%+. Does not have all the accessories, just box and paperwork. No wax paper. $700 OBO plus $40 shipping. SPF - Thank you!




CAI FAL with Aussie Wood. Inch Pattern. Battlefield Pick-Up Finish. Reliable with inch magazines and minute of pie plate accuracy with bulk ammo. This is a good shooter and a good looker, if that's your thing. It is what it is. $650 OBO plus $50 shipping.























Khar K40 Elite 98 in .40 S&W. Original box and paperwork, with the original two magazines, plus a Don Hume inside the waistband holster. This is a great little shooter - it was my concealed carry for a decade. Carried a lot, shot enough to be proficient. Not much heavy use. Wear is from simply being carried. The steel frame really tones down the .40 cartridge, and the trigger pull on this is superior to just about any other striker fired pistol I've shot. $500 OBO plus $40 shipping.

























Remington 700 Police built to replicate M-24 Sniper Rifle. Made in 1994, before the Freedom Group debacle. M-24 Stock, Leopold Mk4 Mounts, nice leather sling, Leopold Mk4 Mil-Dot 10x fixed power scope with BDC for 168gr .308 at 2600 fps. Versa-Pod bipod. Recent target was shot with 168 Nosler ballistic tip reloads off the bipod, bagged up I'm sure it would be better. That's about the best I can shoot anything, tho. It's a no BS target from this gun at exactly 116 yards. Has about 400 mild loads through it. Plenty of life left. $2000 OBO plus $60 shipping. It's a fairly heavy rifle.




















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I'll take the 10-8.
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