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Two M-12's for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by xringjim, Feb 28, 2010.

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  1. xringjim

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    Two M-12

    So here's the deal. I've got two M-12's that I'd like to sell. One is a Y model in trap that is in like new condition. Its a full choke 30" with nicer wood than normal and a Morgan pad. The other is a mid 60's gun in what I'd term 85% condition. (I'm a tough grader). It also is a 30" full choke with a newer Morgan pad on it. Wood on it is o.k., not straight, but with some figure. either gun, your choice 1000 bucks. Now, I'm not posting pictures so I'll give anyone buying to inspect the gun upon arrivel and say 'ya or na'. You'll only have to pay for sending it back if you don't want it. Fair enough? Jim Price
     
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    If you are not going to post pictures, you should pay to send it back as well. I can't even see a picture, I am not interested. And I am almost always interested in a M12. Sorry, not fair enough.

    Mike
     
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    Got to agree with trappermike. Who wants to mess it if they haven't seen it. Plus arranging the FFL. Too much of a chance it will be a waste of time.
     
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    Guess you just have to trust a T.S. poster. If you want a Y-trap in like new condition you'll just have to trust me. Smok'n Joe didn't want my Browning B-2000 without pics too. Then I sold it to Bill Davis ('Boomer' here) and he couldn't have been more pleased with the gun (like new). Jim Price
     
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    Whee are you located Jim? Mik
     
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    Mik, in Castro Valley Ca. I shoot at the Livermore gun club. Jim
     
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    do your guns have straight stocks or monte carlo? thanks dwain
     
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    Dwain, their both m/c stocks. The Y gun is a SOLID 1000 gun. Jim
     
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    Dwain, you remember the pigeon 12 Boomer was selling a couple weeks back? I bought it. Shoots great. The Y gun has better blue than Boomer's and the wood is comparable. Just look back at his pics. The Y is just as nice. Its just not a pigeon, which is what I've been waiting for to come along. Jim
     
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