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Old 12-06-2012, 11:18 PM   #1
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I've got a traditions Shenandoah muzzleloader that I have been trying to sell forever. No one seams to want them anymore. Tried gunbrocker.com and local gun shops. Any advice where to market this gun? Or is any one interested in it? Thanks

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Old 12-06-2012, 11:27 PM   #2
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I've got a traditions Shenandoah muzzleloader that I have been trying to sell forever. No one seams to want them anymore. Tried gunbrocker.com and local gun shops. Any advice where to market this gun? Or is any one interested in it? Thanks
Got a picture, I'm not sure what type that is.
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All muzzleloaders are tough to sell out here

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Flint lock or caplock & .36 or .50? price point? There is a decently active classifieds section in the blackpowder & cowboy action section over at thefiringline, but the rest of that forum (esp. legal & political) is a tough room to post in.

edit* After looking around, i think i see your problem; it sells for about $600 new. That is gonna make for an expensive used firearm. Maybe it would help you sell it if you posted bore pics & details of the lock & such.

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Thanks for your help...I might just hang onto it for a while. If i get to a position where I have time and a place to hunt again I'll load it up.

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Send me a PM with some pics.
I'm looking for one for my grandson.

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