Brno

Discussion in 'Rimfire and Airguns' started by Caleb85, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. Caleb85

    Caleb85 Well-Known Member

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    I would love to buy a Brno model 4 for my "soon to be son" my wife and I will be blessed with his appearance to this earth late June !!!..I'm a little tight on cash right now as you could expect ..so if someone has one they would like to sell let me know how much I need to be saving....(hiding)..lol
     
  2. HARPERC

    HARPERC Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations. A lot of pleasant planning ahead. A lot of good youth .22's out there these days that won't break the bank. .22 ammo might be tougher these days LOL.
     

  3. dgarrett

    dgarrett Well-Known Member

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    You might try putting an ad on Rimfire Central. There are many BRNO Owners on that site.. Form what I have seen a nice BRNO #4 is in the $800 and up... The last one I saw on gunbrokers had the barrel chopped and was a little rough. I think the seller didn't accept bid in the $650 range. Unless you are a BRNO Collector I think the Savages on the CMP site are just as good and a heck of alot cheaper...Dave
     
  4. dgarrett

    dgarrett Well-Known Member

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    From the CMP Site...
    ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE
    **See Below Savage Mark I-FVT, Bolt action, single shot, 5.25 lbs weight.
    $251
    **See Below Savage Mark II-FVT, 5 rounds, detachable magazine, 6 lbs weight.
     
  5. Caleb85

    Caleb85 Well-Known Member

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    Brnos have been passed around my family for years!! I got mine when I was 10, I have three 22s that I would like him to have matching with "dad" Kimber 82, Remington Matchmaster, and Brno model 4..
     
  6. dgarrett

    dgarrett Well-Known Member

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    I finally took my #4 out today on its first trip... It is a 1958 that has never been shoot since it was remained in this country except for the factory target tests... Man its a nice shooting gun. 5 shots to sight it in and the next 15 all almost in the same hole...I scoped mine and did a little trigger work. I am guessing a guy could be almost compete using a BRNO#4.. Dave
     
  7. Caleb85

    Caleb85 Well-Known Member

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    ????????? Are you just telling me this? Or do you want to sell it?