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Clearing some space in the safe. F/S, Interarms Mark X, 220 Swift, nicely done stock work (unknown maker), 25" barrel(unknown maker, unknown round count). Bore in good shape, no signs of throat erosion (I have had a few swifts over the years). Having said all that, I have not shot it. I took it in on trade and put it away. Scope is a Bausch & Lomb 6X24, Elite 4200. Very clear. These are very nice scopes. Any questions? PM me. Gun only = $700 + shipping, Gun/scope = $975 + shipping. Will not part off scope unless gun sells first without it.











 

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At the risk of incurring the wrath of certain individuals on here, I was curious what made this gun so valuable! I went and searched for quite a while on Gunbroker and the completed auctions. 270 in excellent condition sold for $366, 25-06 for $415, 30-06 for $338 and the mighty 458 for $405!? I assume you are placing quite a value on the "unknown" stock? Tom Rhoads
 

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This is not an Interarms rifle. This is a rifle with an Interarms action. At the risk of be short, If you think that something is overpriced (i.e. not worth the asking price) you can either A. not say anything and go about your business. B. Inquire privately and ask questions about the age, condition, or anything that you might like to know about the gun, then make an offer. The worst thing that could happen is that I would say no and we could part ways friends and go about our business. or C. you could do as you have chosen to do and question my ability to price my property at what I would like to get out of it. And list all of YOUR reasons why YOU think that I have made a mistake. I, for one, will always choose either option A. or B. If you would like to discuss the rifle, please call.

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Actually, it was one of the smoothest "mind your own damn business" I have seen on here! Will try harder in the future! Tom Rhoads
 

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The gun is worth what someone will pay for it, not a dime more. If you think the price is to high, make an offer as to what it's worth to you.
 
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