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Old 03-18-2011, 04:25 AM   #11
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Nice shotgun, my grandad had one just like it and I've had it for years, never shot it though and I just traded to my uncle for a TC muzzleloader. Only reason I did it was because he really wanted it and I'm gunna get it back eventually. Sorry, got off topic, just felt like sharing that, and now back to our regularly schedualed programing!

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Old 03-18-2011, 02:26 PM   #12
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I have an old Stevens 39A bolt in .410 that is a hoot to shoot once in a while. In fact, it is the first shotgun I ever shot as a very young boy. I happen to like the old bolt shottys.......................

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It would take me all of a half a second to decide to buy that gun at that price. In this area 16 gauges are coming back and there is no problem finding ammo. I just picked up a tube fed 410 bolt action and everyone and their brother is trying to buy it off me. I have one in 12 gauge and one in 20 just like that gun. They make wonderful slug guns for deer.

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Old 03-19-2011, 11:36 AM   #14
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AT THE GUN STORE I GO TO, THERE IS AN O/U 16 GA RANGER FOR SALE.
IS THAT A GOOD SHOTGUN. IT'S SELLIN' FOR $269 OR SO BUT I COULD PROBABLY GET $30 OFF THAT PRICE.

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AT THE GUN STORE I GO TO, THERE IS AN O/U 16 GA RANGER FOR SALE.
IS THAT A GOOD SHOTGUN. IT'S SELLIN' FOR $269 OR SO BUT I COULD PROBABLY GET $30 OFF THAT PRICE.
Im no expert on them by far but have seen them going for under a $100 everywhere i have looked. That seems kinda high to me.
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Old 03-19-2011, 11:27 PM   #16
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I haven't seen an o/u go for 100 bucks anywhere. I'd prolly take it for the 30 off if that was out the door.

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Im no expert on them by far but have seen them going for under a $100 everywhere i have looked. That seems kinda high to me.

Any O/U, any gauge,make or condition, that you find for a hundred bucks buy and I will give you one-fifty for it and pay the shipping and transfer fees.
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Yup thats my bad fellas i missed the o/u part. Sorry about that.

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I would buy it for $85 even if I never intended to shoot it - as long as it came with a magazine.

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it's very very nice looking and at that price I would take it without a doubt, even if it were just to have and rarely shoot.

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