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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by rrrocketman, Sep 3, 2009.

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    Goose --- Price??? Any idea what the twist might be? Price less scope/rings/mount??

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    Goose2 --- PM back at ya.
     
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    'nother PM sent
     
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    Yeah - how about posting a price with and without the scope? I could be a player without the scope.

    Ed
     
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    These are good shooters.

    You should put a price out there. If uncertain add "OBO".

    This gun was made after 2001, blue book says earlier ones had checkering.

    What would the round count happen to be?

    HM
     
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    It could be a j-lock gun with a trigger lock included.

    j-lock guns have a slight negative perception, which is why I think Remmy dropped them.

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    Hell of nice gun for a good price. These are very hard to find in this condition
     
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    PM coming your way!
     
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    For what it's worth guys, this is a super rifle at a super price. Just this weekend, I saw them at Bass Pro Shop and Gander Mountain and the price was $849. Those two places, at least the two around here, are fairly competitive in price and while I didn't shop this rifle around, my T/C Omega and a Remington Model 700BDL stainless came from BPS and my crossbow was purchased at GM. They had the best price in the area at that time.

    I was about to buy goose's rifle until I found a new 6mm made in 2002 at a gun show on Saturday. I bought it for about the same price as goose is asking for his.

    Ed
     
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