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Old 01-22-2013, 11:42 PM   #1
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Hey folks. I picked up a nice model 94 in 30-30 last week. Not a big deal but I let a nice one get away a while back. This numbers to early 1972 and is in fantastic condition. I was leaving the lgs when a fellow I know came carrying a rifle in a case. I wasn't home twenty minutes when the shop owner called and asked if I was interested in a mod.94. This guy takes very good care of his guns. I believe he is helping one of his kids out of a jam. I bought it...$320 out the door. Appears to be fired very little. Here's some pics. Best regards Dick
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Old 01-22-2013, 11:47 PM   #2
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Awesome man I just traded a marlin xs7 308 for one its the same year but the blueing on it is worn but I like it it add character to it
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Looks nice. I love lever actions. I need to get myself one lol
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Nice. Exactly like my first center fire rifle. I sold it years ago (I was stupid), and I've been looking for another every since. You definitely got a keeper there!
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I have 2 94's. love them one made in the 1890's, and does not need to be registered, and one from 1956. I had a 1919 year, but traded straight across for a DPMS LR-308. We both love that trade. I also got 1,000 rounds of ammo.
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