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F/S Most Awesome Trap Gun Ever

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by short shucker, Jan 17, 2010.

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  1. short shucker

    short shucker TS Member

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    Ok I have here the most awesome trap gun ever. It doesn't have a high rib, but heck who needs one anyway. It does have the finest M/C stock to ever grace a shotgun.

    Now guys your gonna have to raise your sights here, but I'll start the bidding low so everyone can join in.


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    A bid of $300 will get this auction started.

    ss
     
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    If the stock is so "fine", how about a close up? eh?

    $300.
     
  3. short shucker

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    Since you asked so nicely MIA:)


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    Whgat is this "Most awesome trap gun ever"?

    I'll up the ante. $301
     
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    Just to prove he will not sell it to me at that price!
     
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    SS is just doing a play on words based on some other gross exagerations of late. And I want in on the fun.
     
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    Hey Rick. Stick around for a half hour. I have a dandy to put up. I have been waiting for the weather to break, but this gun is "the nuts". And yes, it is a Perazzi. (And a "CC Seitz")
     
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    Shoot MIA you can't have it for $301 if it works I want it for $302. Bulge. LOL
     
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    Well it ain't got no bailing wire or tape on it! $303.00
     
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    Well, I can see that I'm going to have to sweeten the pot a little. So here it is, a vintage custom fitted leather case that just needs a little cleanin'. Thrown in at no extra charge.


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    Winchester Model 50?
     
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    ss. you need to work on that deck some
     
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    MIA, I had to use the neighbors to keep the vintage effect.

    ss
     
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    It is a Beretta early model 301-302 or maybe an AL2
     
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    looks like a mossberg. oz
     
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    heck any mossberg that works is a rare treasure, and isn't that a genuine mutton leg case? I'm starting to get aroused.
     
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    I bid $3.00
     
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    I forget to say that it is the rare, and often maligned, Winchester model 50. They just don't make'm like this anymore.

    ss
     
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