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NIB SUPER X skeet guns For Sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by shotgun 1, Apr 14, 2012.

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  1. shotgun 1

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    Brand new, unfired Super X skeet guns, in their original boxes. I don't think they have ever been assembled. Guns are unblemished. There is "fuzz" from the wrapping paper visible in some pictures. Bluing is perfect, marks are in the lubrication. The first is a late gun, in the 80,000 serial number range.


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    Second is in the 40,000 serial number range.

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    Like the idiot I am on occasion, I didn't get a picture of the other side of the second stock. It is figured like the side you see. Really a pretty gun! Listing for a friend. $1600 on either gun. If interested, call two-three-one 468-1283.
     
  2. JACK

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    He will be a SX1 owner for some time
     
  3. JH

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    Not as long as the guy on Gunbroker selling a DU X-1 for $4,000.00.....
     
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    Bet that DU guns stays with it current owner as well
     
  5. ovaljack

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    I'll offer 1600. for the pair. Jack
     
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    You can not buy a better, or even as good, an automatic for his asking price!

    Beautiful guns!!
     
  7. ovaljack

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    so, Edwin, how much money are you offering? I have bought several this year NIB trap guns for 850. to 1000. each. they are great guns, but, not bringing the kind of money he is asking. that is the point I was trying to make. thanks, Jack
     
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    WELL, Jack,

    How many NEW IN THE BOX with GREAT wood are you willing to sell for $800.00 each????
     
  9. ovaljack

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    I'm not in the market to sell, I buy them. do you think these have great wood? my point remains no one is offering to pay the asking price. just because someone asks a given price, does not make them worth that price. another point is, I made an offer to buy and it is up to the seller to accept, decline or counter. while I appreciate your opion, you don't have a dog in this fight. thanks, Jack
     
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    Go Jack...you are correct!!!
     
  11. Edwin D

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    no dog; just an opinion like you!

    My opinion is just as good as yours.

    If your NIB guns have BETTER wood, I CERTAINLY am a buyer at your bid price!!!
     
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    Shoot it once and depreciation is hell......just sayin...
     
  13. Edwin D

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    ken1okie,

    I AGREE!!!
     
  14. ovaljack

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    Edwin, your having a hard time with, yours is an opinion and mine is an offer to buy. I am, as I have already said, not selling. yes, I have several with much better wood and some with not. if you want one so much I suggest you try to make a deal with this seller or maybe just get a new hobby and stop answering other peoples posts that you are not involved with. again, thanks for your opinion. Jack
     
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    Jack,

    again, thanks for your opinion!

    Like you, I will respond whenever I choose!!
     
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    Never argue with an idiot,they will just bring you down to thier level and beat you with experience! Jeff
     
  17. ovaljack

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    Edwin, do you own a sx-1? what is your experience with them? who's buffers do you use? do you prefer chrome or stainless mag. tubes? do you shoot monte carlo or straight stocks? it's always nice to have an exchange of knowledge on a subject of interest. If you would like I'll be happy to send you some photos of mine. and by the way have you noticed the seller has not commented since we started?! thanks, Jack
     
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    Why would you expect the seller to comment? The seller did not post the guns for sale...his friend did. The original post gives the sellers phone # w/ the instruction to call if you are interested. Did you call and make your offer to the seller? If not you should unless you're just kicking tires.
     
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    The guy is just trolling for a big one.
     
  20. ovaljack

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    no, I did not call. I tend to expect an ad on a web site to be answered on that site. your right, it offers a phone number. guess thats better than a p.o. box. thanks, Jack
     
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