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F/S A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Receiver and Iron Origi

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by cpradde, May 10, 2012.

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    For Sale-A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Receiver and Iron. Includes all parts pictured. Missing the small sear drift pin set screw. All other parts should be present. This is an original Fox Philly receiver. No case color remain. Some mild pitting on the water table. Picture of top lever is on barrel to show right of center. Was functioning when disassembled. Serial # 65XXX. Will need to ship to an FFL that accepts from an individual. Only accept paypal, money order or certified check. Only $200 shipped or reasonable offer.


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    I leave it out here for one more day.
     
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    This receiver needs some love and will make a great project gun. The work to make it operation is minimal. I have seen some done by custom shops with less desirable pieces become instant family heirlooms.
     
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