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Unread 03-20-2009, 11:15 PM
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Thinning the herd

Thinning out some stuff I'll never use again. I might be interested in trades. Quality scope, quality reloading eqip, STW brass, .223 dies/ components, fly rod/reel, 700 action, quality parts for a new build[open to caliber], anything interesting.

7mm RM. Ruger M77, tang safety, walnut, blue. Factory barrel crowned, floated, bedded, tuned factory trigger. 250-300 rounds fired. I bought this gun new and dragged it through the Bitteroots alot of years and cosmetically looks like it was. Good shooter. 1" with Factory Fed Premium 160 partitions. 1" scope rings. 2 or 3 boxes Fed premium ammo. Killed more than its share of elk and deer. My old "Go To" gun. $450

270 Win model 70 lightweight carbine [1984]. Walnut, blue, bedded, floated, tuned trigger. Very nice condition, 400+/- rounds, 1" rings. Bought new, nice gun. $450

Browning takedown semi-auto .22lr. 70's vintage Japan. Some scratches in high gloss stock. Simmons 4x32 scope. Nice gun. $230

Uberti 1873 cattleman 45 Long Colt. Less than one box fired. Original box. 1 1/2 boxes ammo. New in Jan 08. $360

Marlin 105 .22 "Western Auto" clip fed bolt action. Good shape. Inhereted from Father in Law's closet. Good kids plinker. $100

Email for pics. I'm listing some things in optics and Otherstuff for sale/trade.

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    Unread 03-21-2009, 06:48 AM
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    Re: Thinning the herd

    My kids may be able to use the marlin.
    I am new to this site but i think you can send a pic on a personal message.
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    Unread 03-21-2009, 08:17 AM
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    I'll send a pic and email when I get home this afternoon.

    Thanks, Sam
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    Unread 03-21-2009, 03:05 PM
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    Re: Thinning the herd

    Is the Uberti and the 270 still available? Send pics please.
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    Unread 03-21-2009, 04:54 PM
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    Re: Thinning the herd

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    Thinning out some stuff I'll never use again. I might be interested in trades. Quality scope, quality reloading eqip, STW brass, .223 dies/ components, fly rod/reel, 700 action, quality parts for a new build[open to caliber], anything interesting.

    7mm RM. Ruger M77, tang safety, walnut, blue. Factory barrel crowned, floated, bedded, tuned factory trigger. 250-300 rounds fired. I bought this gun new and dragged it through the Bitteroots alot of years and cosmetically looks like it was. Good shooter. 1" with Factory Fed Premium 160 partitions. 1" scope rings. 2 or 3 boxes Fed premium ammo. Killed more than its share of elk and deer. My old "Go To" gun. $450

    270 Win model 70 lightweight carbine [1984]. Walnut, blue, bedded, floated, tuned trigger. Very nice condition, 400+/- rounds, 1" rings. Bought new, nice gun. $450

    Browning takedown semi-auto .22lr. 70's vintage Japan. Some scratches in high gloss stock. Simmons 4x32 scope. Nice gun. $230

    Uberti 1873 cattleman 45 Long Colt. Less than one box fired. Original box. 1 1/2 boxes ammo. New in Jan 08. $360

    Marlin 105 .22 "Western Auto" clip fed bolt action. Good shape. Inhereted from Father in Law's closet. Good kids plinker. $100

    Email for pics. I'm listing some things in optics and Otherstuff for sale/trade.

    Sam Strong
    i would like the 45 maybe the browning what is your other stuff please i emailed
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    Unread 03-21-2009, 07:37 PM
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    Re: Thinning the herd

    Thanks for everyone's interest.

    I've misplaced the USB cord for my camera. as soon as I dig it up I'll send out pics.

    So far here is where we stand:

    MachV first in line for uberti 45lc

    rab1961 first in line for 270, second in line for 45lc

    iceman 1954 first for browning 22, third for 45lc

    edwaj002 first for marlin 22

    Sam Strong
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    Unread 03-22-2009, 07:57 AM
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    Re: Thinning the herd

    Sam,I`d like the browning .22... send address... I`ll send postal m.o. and FFL# tomorrow...
    Thank You
    Bill Larson
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