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FS NIB Browning Model 42 Grade1

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by kenf, Apr 26, 2012.

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  1. kenf

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    I have a NIB Browning Model 42 Grade 1 that has been sitting in the safe the past few years and I need to make some room. The 42 was assembled, but has never been shot. The last time it was out for a wipe down, I did not see any marks on the wood, or marks in the bluing, rust or otherwise. The box and paperwork are all there too. The box does have shelf wear on it, but was like that when I picked it up.

    I'll be posting pictures later. PM if you have any questions.

    I'm asking $800 plus shipping/insurance to your ffl to get this one moved quick.
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    It is one of the Browning Repro guns from the early 90's. It was Made in Japan. Mac, I'll have you pictures out this evening.

    Ken
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    Hi,
    I will take it, if it's still available. Would like to see photos.
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    Gun is SPF to Mac
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