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I was browsing and found this on offer.

If anybody might want it, I can, unreservedly, vouch for the company.

Its number is 399.

Please do not oogle (with intent to buy) nos: 324, 354, 356, 363, 390, 406, 418 ... negotiations are ongoing.

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Found: 1100 bbl, 34

It's like the Edsel. When they came out in 1977 (I think) a few of us tried them. They were worthless so people stopped buying them. When people stopped buying them Remington stopped making them. So there's not many around, and because there's not many around, people want them. Makes sense.
 

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Found: 1100 bbl, 34

Yep, supply & demand can be funny things, indeed - 'tis magical strange how they always seem to balance each other out.

I cannot imagine a 34" bbl on an auto having a higher use than threshing pecans, neither, but that's just me.

Doug Allison is fixin' to buy a half-dozen or so guns from there ... maybe the'll send it freight-free to him.

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Found: 1100 bbl, 34

damnifiknow, Doug.

I just saw a bunch of them aereo-matical two-shooters and called you.

I prefer my two-shooters to have one barrel & one trigger, for each shot, and be in the same plane as my eyes, so what do I know?
 
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