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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by RustyShackleford101, Mar 27, 2012.
No stuff like a bb gun or a vise grip and hammer.
I've paid $1 for old junk receivers & that is considered a firearm.
I paid $250 for a perfect Ruger Mark II with 5 magazines.
Saw this today.
1969 Romanian training rifle (.22lr)-$40
I would get it, but it's missing the bolt and i have no idea where I could get one. I'd rather save up an extra $60 and get either a Nagant revolver, or a M95 Steyr Mannlicher Carbine.
Bought a Mossberg 152 .22 auto for $10 from a pawn shop in Phenix City AL, 1982. Paid $10, out the door. Bluing gone, stock was a black as a pair of jump boots. Reblued, stripped stock and found BEAUTIFUL grained walnut. Still have it.
In the 1896 Sears catalog (bear in mind the year and inflation) they had a 69 cent revolver, 22 short.
I've only seen a Hi-Point .380ACP pistol for $70.
Dad bought the High Standard(back when they were made in USA)that's listed in my sig for $35, said that's the cheapest he's seen. Wouldn't eject any shell, the guy needed money for gas so dad bought, took it to my grandpa, grandpa took it apart, filed the ejector a little and got it to start ejecting shells that must've been 30 years ago, still ejects .22L and .22LR to this day, haven't tried .22S cause I can't find any..
Pietta 1858 army pluse holster and extra cylinder $10 at a yard sale last summer. My son talked them down to $5 cause it had holster were.
In 1968 I bought a new Marlin Glenfield Model 25 with scope for $29.95
and in 1974 I bought a used Astra Cub .25 for $35.00
Thru the years I have bought many guns at $5 to $25. In the last month I bought 3 for $25 each and one for $15
Where are you getting your guns, cus I want in on that.
A buddy of mine bought one of those "victory" revolvers from WWII for $60...
If you count trading I got my Medusa for around $100.....
Quit gloating, you know we all wish we had one.
Sorry... Thats how I feel about all you 1911 owners...
I know someone who bought a colt ar15 for 90 dollars. The guy he bought it from found it in storage unit that he worked at. The person didn't pay their bill and never showed themselves and guns weren't allowed in the unit. The guy selling it didn't know what it was and sold it for 90 dollars.
I bought an Astra .44 mag revolver for $60. I think I paid $20 for my first firearm, a Marlin model 60, in 1984. I have no idea what it was worth back then though.
I just got back from the ol' hook and bullet store and saw an ancient looking single shot 12 gauge for $75
I bought a Marlin model 60 for $30 at a pawn shop 26 years ago.
I was given a RG R-66 revolver that was broke. The parts to fix it cost about $10.00 plus shipping.
Still have it.
That's $62.32 in todays money
Man, some of you guys got great deals. I've had a few. I lucked out and got my Ruger Single-Six for $90 back in the early-90s. My uncle got me my Swedish Mauser for $75 at a gun show. It had a professionally repair crack on the buttstock so that brought it down from around $150 or so that they went for back in the early 90s. Both have been very cool guns to have in the collection!