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Unread 02-08-2004, 02:50 PM
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Location: Sweden
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Re: Export license

Småländska Vapen is no longer a weatherbydealer and has not been so for quite som time. I dont know why weatherby still lists their name on their website.
The weatherbydealer in Sweden has been very negative towards my likings of the Ultra Lightweight in 300 WBY MAG, saying it is not a good combination: caliber + lightweight. He tells me weatherby are no longer making lefthandmodels. With the prices you guys sometime show on your websites Id thought Id look into buying a gun from the states instead. The dollar is quite low now too.

DOG/Sauerfan, I thank you for the good info about the Sauer. I looked at one of their rifles a couple of weeks ago but didnt like the tiny boldhandle, but Im guite sure it wasnt the 202 model. I will sure look into it more. later
Ett skott - En träff.
(one shot-one hit)
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Unread 03-31-2004, 01:25 PM
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Location: Blighty
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Re: Export license

One Shot,

How did your export license fact finding work out in the end?
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