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FS Double auto

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Guy, Jun 16, 2010.

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  1. Guy

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    I know some of you guys are in to these things....so here is a Belgium Browning - 28" - Steel - Serial number #6000 even - Bore .724 - Choked .33 - Original buttplate - Looks like somebody added a coat of varnish sometime - Bluing is not too shabby considering 1953 production(second year) I'd say 70% - Hunting scratches and the like - I think the pics make it look alittle better than it is - Shoots fine - $350 plus freight to your FFL.

    Guy Hungerford 916-444-3454 days pacific
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    What? Am I out of line on the money? $300?
     
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    I'll go 300 for it. will send an email. Andrew bradley
     
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    That is two DA's sold here in the last few days. Keep them coming out of the closets and attics across the land!
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    Dbl Auto, Did you have your name changed to match the initials of your name, screen name and shotgun? Just thought it was a little funny.

    Andrew
     
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    Sure wish I had seen it sooner as I surely would have loved to be the new owner. I will have to try to check on here more frequently. Jackie B.
     
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    Andrew, that is just the way God wanted it to be. My Dad has always put his initials on his stuff. When I was little I remember thinking that he had Remington and Winchester put "GA" on the shotgun brass, just for him.
    Doug Allison
     
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