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Old 07-14-2009, 10:10 PM
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While I would like to get a FTF I am realistic enough to realize that there are just too few folks up here in the Wild West.
First up is a 1965 vintage M17-2. It came to me wearing a set of N frame targets and very dirty. It is now clean and wearing a set of refinished K frame Diamond targets, also included is a set of diamond magnas and a Tyler grip adapter. Neither set is numbered to the gun.
I had thought about keeping this one as a companion to my 1965 M41 but am overloaded with keepers.
The gun is a 6" blue. Serrated trigger and a .374" hammer both case hardened blue. Bluing is thinning on the edges. There is no box or papers but I have a lined black G&G B704 96 thumbreak RH holster, a double leather speed loader pouch and three HKS K22 speed loaders.
The total for the entire package is $675, plus $50 paid via US PS money order for overnight shipping to your FFL.
Next is a blue STAR PD .45 ACP. It comes with a non matching PD box (Gun is 1,800,000 S/N range and the box is 1,500,000 range). Two 6 round factory mags and the Interarms instruction Book, warranty sheet and safety booklet). This is an alloy frame compact, about the size of an Officer ACP. Bluing and edges show wear.
Total for the PD is $400 +$50 UPS overnite payable by USPS MO.
Pics will be available shortly at thombraxtonins@yahoo.com (primary email) or PM me here with email address.
All inquiries will be answered.
As always, the first "I will take it" followed by email gets the prize.
Thanks for looking.
Thom Braxton
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Old 07-14-2009, 10:22 PM
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Could I please get pictures of the Star??
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Old 07-16-2009, 10:02 AM
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BTT:
Mod 34 others I will need your home email to send pics. I cannot post them here and this email does not seem to be set of for attachments.
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Thom Braxton
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