WTS: Guns/Mags (AK)

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by jgraham01, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. jgraham01

    jgraham01 Well-Known Member

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    Ed Brown 1911 Kobra 45 ACP Commander, Model KC-SS-A, in matte stainless with Ed Brown soft case, one Ed Brown seven round mag and four Ed Brown eight round mags. It has night sights and paperwork from Ed Brown. Fired less than 200 times and includes a new hip holster. Has one small mark near the takedown lever. Current price is $2520, which does not include shipping or dealer markup, and the four extra mags are $35 each. Will sell for $2000 and that includes shipping to your FFL. Check it out at http://www.edbrown.com/cgi-bin/htmlos.cgi/002235.1.599452507219591015

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    Shiloh Sharps 1874 Harford Model in .45-90 WCF that is new, never fired. It comes with a heavy octagon 28 inch barrel with a Hartford Collar, buckhorn rear sight and blade front sight. All the metal is bone charcoal finish with the traditional checkered metal buttplate. There are brass escutcheons and an ebony pistol grip installed. There is a pewter tip and double-set triggers. The wood is presentation grade with the AAA finish and the pores filled. Total cost for just the rifle, with shipping and FET, would be over $4000. In addition I have the following other items added that include a Lee Shaver level in the rear sight slot, a plug screw in the rear sight screw hole, Axtell #4A tang sight, Axtell 16As/L rear sight with inserts, a MVA #111 globe front sight with inserts in an Insert Caddy, Merit #3 sight disk, Axtell #36SB Beech Combination sight, leather sight socks, hardcase and paperwork. Well over $4700 invested in the rifle but will sell for $4000 and that includes shipping to your FFL. Check out the rifle at http://www.shilohrifle.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=22&products_id=41

    Ballard 1875 Model #5 Pacific Rifle in .45-90 WCF built by Steve Garbe at the factory in Cody, WY. It comes with a heavy octagon 28 inch barrel and wiping rod. All metal is bone charcoal finish with the traditional checkered metal buttplate. The wood is fancy English walnut with a black walnut finish, just like the original Ballard rifles were built. Has an ebony insert forming a knob on the end of the Pacific lever, no rear sight dovetail, globe front sight, with inserts, that matches the wiping rod thimbles, two extra firing pins, one extra stock bolt screw, #107 MVA Ballard Long Range sight with extra eyecups, an Axtell #39 Short Hunters tang sight, Lee Shaver Hadley eyecup, a custom built Merit #3 sight disk and the original hardcase The rifle is no longer available to order. I have fired it 200 times with blackpowder loads and cleaned it immediately after firing. There are a few handling marks that don’t show up when photographing. Will sell for $4000 and that includes shipping to your FFL.

    GA Precision USMC M40A1 .308 new in the hardcase. It is built exactly as described on the website and comes with Badger Ordinance 20 MOA base and 30 MM rings and 24 inch heavy barrel. However, it is not clip slotted and has a black Pachmayr recoil pad. It is $3400 new from GAP. Will sell for $2400 and that includes shipping to your FFL. Check it out at http://www.gaprecision.net/mil-spec-rifles/m40a1.html

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    I have two Beretta 8000 Cougar 9MM 5 round mags, fits Stoeger Cougar also. New price is $35 but will sell both for $55, and that includes shipping.

    PM with questions or more photos. Thanks for looking.

    Jerry
     
  2. jgraham01

    jgraham01 Well-Known Member

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    The GAP appears to be sold.

    Jerry