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Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by DrGonzo11, Sep 23, 2009.
I picked this up at Cabelas last night, thought it was kinda cool. Stoeger Luger .22LR.
They had it priced at $500 when I was there on Saturday, then it was knocked down to $259 last night, then I haggled them down to $200 plus a $20 coupon and a gift card I got for my BDay on Sunday. Ended up being like a $150 fun-gun.
Here's a pic of my other BDay present to myself, an 1891 Argentine Mauser (all matching #'s) with bayonet&scabbard and 3 boxes of ammo for $250:
Both are very nice firearms (esp that rifle - it looks really clean).
Both are really nice, but I like the Luger best.
Nice wood on that Mauser.
I was just at the gun shop and looked at two first model Colt Woodsmen. One was original for $350. and one was reblued for $325. I was sorely tempted, but money's tight right now.
Yeah, I was happy with it, couldn't say no at that price. Those are both good prices for a woodsman, I'm glad I wasn't there
I hear ya on the money being tight, I don't get to buy unless I sell something, except on my Bday But now I want to sell one of them to buy an M1917 Revolver for $500......it never ends
Very nice, and Happy Birthday. Good score, my friend.
Nice score! Those 1891 Mausers are great, they are quite popular around here as a base to build sportsters, but I like them much better when kept original like yours. They are just beautiful.
Yup Doc, I'm in the same boat. I have to sell something if I want something new. I'm down to bare bones right now, unless I do a very long layaway.
I hear ya, that's the only reason I still go to Cabela's, they are the only ones around here that still do 90 day layaway. All the gun shops only do the 30 day BS. I'm to the point where I'm happy with my core guns, there are only a few that i have left that I'd be willing to sell, including these two. I almost feel like I am now subconsciously buying guns that I won't get attached to
Where do you live Francisco??