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ducks unlimited modle 12

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by southjblue, Feb 10, 2012.

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  1. southjblue

    southjblue Active Member

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    Is it trap and how much?---George
     
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    Most DU guns are "field stocked".
     
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    Price?????
     
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    I called the gentleman ..... he wants $1600,
    I wish him good luck.
     
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    coot---Was it a trap mdl?---George
     
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    George: It is a 1975 DU dinner gun. They are all Y model field guns w/ the DU embelishments. It's been shot and no box and apparently none of the paperwork. Way overpriced.
     
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    George,

    Hitapair is exactly correct.

    Mike
     
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    Well Hitapair... What-cha say now?

    Bad pics, wants first born money, has an attitude... We welcome these guys and they go away mad.
     
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    Oh come on Jack. He's been here for 5 days. :) Six months from now when he is still TTTing it maybe the light will go on.
     
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    Hey MIA, I say it wouldn't fetch 1600 if it was NIB w/ all the paperwork. The M12 is the most desirable of the DU dinner guns but all DU dinner guns have headed south. There was a time when the NIB M12 would fetch 2000.

    If Coalboss can't handle the truth, that's his problem.
     
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    Hitapair. I bought one of those Dinner guns. The Ithaca 40th. Paid real money for it 25 years ago. Shot it too. I'm thinkin of getting Ithaca to make me up a trap stock and stand along side of you this summer. Then again...

    Paid $900 (I think), Worth $500 (I hope), stick it in my casket will ya?
     
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    Do we need to bring in the dog to referee this nonsense?
     
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    sebaka... What breed are you? Offering your services?

    But, I agree. asking gun guys for higher than market values relegates us to "dupes" category. On the other hand we could let the boss to live in a dream world.

    He needs to take thsi gn to GA, take better pictures, put his price on it andwait for a buyer to come along. It might work.
     
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