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Old 01-01-2013, 04:11 AM   #1
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I have a cetme sporter in Vegas. I live in CA. I would love to know what to do with this...... I was looking into getting it here. But new receiver, and smithing would be expensive. I was thinking of cutting up up and parting it out..... please, anyone have any ideas?

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Old 01-01-2013, 04:17 AM   #2
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Sell the full arm, please. If not now, when? Heck, put it on GunBroker and have a shop in Las Vegas manage the packing and transfer for you for a consignment fee. You can't have it and someone is desperate for it son!

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There's no way that I would ever cut up any gun... EVER

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Sell the full arm, please. If not now, when? Heck, put it on GunBroker and have a shop in Las Vegas manage the packing and transfer for you for a consignment fee. You can't have it and someone is desperate for it son!
My grandma bought it for me. Its probably in her name. She died two years ago. Assuming it is reg in her name. Then what? I don't want to piece it out.......

How much do you guys think I can get for it?
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The CETME "Sporter" is a model produced by Century. Their monkeys fubar'd many of these. The only practical answer is to send it to me so it can be evaluated and fixed or destroyed. PM me and I will give you my agency address to ship it to.

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Just hang on to it. Why get rid of it?

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