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Remington 3200 Competition Grade Receiver & Forend

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by eightbore, Dec 2, 2009.

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  1. eightbore

    eightbore Well-Known Member

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    I have a Comp Grade receiver and forend iron for a 3200. It looks like it is unused, mint breech face, one trunnion partially installed, one missing. Serial number 41,819. Forend matches and trigger guard is also Competition Grade engraved. It will make a wonderful gun for someone with a set of barrels. Yes, I would buy a set of 30" field or magnum barrels if someone has a set for sale, or I would sell this great receiver for $650. I have had this receiver for many years and don't think it has ever been made into a gun. Don't ask any questions, I have said all I know. Just email me for the address to send the money. Thanks. Bill Murphy
     
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    Receiver and forend iron. Yes it has the updates. It is a very late gun.
     
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    OK, so let me get this straight, you want $650 for a receiver and iron that is missing a "trunnion", a set of comp wood ( when you can find it ) will run $450 or more, cheapest set of barrels I've seen were $800. so for $650 + $450 + $800 + gunsmith fee to fit barrels, shipping, handling and transfer fees you're are now into a mismatched 3200 for $2,300.00 plus ... hmmm ... I think I will pass and not send you the money ...
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    good luck !
     
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    Actually, I am more interested in purchasing a nice set of 30" barrels from someone or to find someone who has some parts sitting around the gun room rather than selling to someone who has no parts. I would sell my wood to someone, but that involves pictures and "guaranteed fit". If someone is not too far from the DC area, I would meet him and show him wood as well as this receiver and forend iron. I have offered to sell this item for $600 to someone and will now make that offer to all here. Who knows? If I get no takers, I expect I will end up selling it for even less.
     
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    Yeah, I would offer it to Pat, but I thought I would help someone on this site or at least try. He would have it made into a $2700 gun in about five minutes. Maybe I'll just buy a set of his barrels because I have a baggo wood. I have a set of oil finish 1 of 1000 wood that Peggy Wilkinson took off a friend's gun many years ago. That wood needs to be on a gun. Thanks for the idea. If no one here will set the hook, Pat will get it.
     
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