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Bicentennial Nylon 66


View Poll Results: Did I pay too much??
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Are you KIDDING?? Great Deal!! 4 66.67%
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Old 03-10-2012, 02:58 AM   #1
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Got lucky & snagged a 1976 engraved Nylon 66 today
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Whatcha think, was $60 too much??
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Old 03-10-2012, 10:44 AM   #2
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My first gun was a nylon in green. I still have the receipt for it from K-Mart for $79.99. I still have it but after a deep cleaning, it is no longer ejecting. I have a 10/22 so I rarely pull out the old one.
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I was at a gun show last week & I saw one for $ 350.00. Glad I bought my 2nd one last year for $100.00.
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Yeah, $60 was way too much...
Your just yanking our chains, right?
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Yeah, $60 was way too much...
Your just yanking our chains, right?
You wish I was

Bicentennial Nylon 66 - .22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion


I forgot to post the receipt when I made the thread...lol

Its a lot cleaner now than when I bought it...thing was grimey as heck...hence the great deal!!
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