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Dusty Morningwood

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  1. SOLD This is a very nice example of the Swiss M1889 Schmidt Rubin straight pull rifle chambered in 7.5x53.5 Swiss (not 7.5x55, but Cases can be formed from these). It was made in 1892, making it an ANTIQUE that can be shipped directly to you. It was "Privatized" in 1919. Its 30.7" barrel has a very good bore. Receiver has approximately 60% mottled blue. Exposed barrel worn from taking bayonet on and off. Stocks would rate Good Plus. Metal and wood are profusely stamped with clear inspection marks. All matching numbers except magazine. Includes original matching numbers sling. More photos avai
  2. SPF. This is a gunsmith modified military rolling block with sporter stocks and a TJ's barrel liner in cut down 21.5" original barrel. Bore is excellent. The wood is nice. Has modern barrel mounted sights. Underside of barrel has pitting in front of fore stock. Comes with a set of LEE Precision dies, 45 fired and cleaned cases and 210 260 gr. .365 FN bullets. Asking $550 SHIPPED (heavy lead, dontchaknow). More photos available.
  3. Seven (7) excellent, maybe unused, stripper clips for 1903 Springfield. Just pay cheapest postage.
  4. GONE Seven (7) 03 Springfield stripper clips. Very Good, possibly unused condition. Just pay postage.
  5. SPF This is a like new, possibly unused, but won't guarantee it, three die set of Lyman 50-70 dies. Includes shell holder and paperwork. Asking $60 shipped. Seems that .50-70 dies are sold out everywhere.
  6. SOLD This looks like an older custom build. Totally unmarked. A little too heavy for me (9.5 lbs), but solid and we'll made. The barrel is 34.75"x1" straight taper. Nice browning with minimal edge wear. Twist seems to be 1:66. Bore is VG. Stock is nicely grained Tiger Maple. LOP is 13.5". Double set triggers work well. Has a synthetic ramrod. Only negatives are missing barrel keys and small hole drilled through front of lockplate for a unnecessary screw, now missing. I replaced modern front sight with brass blade in steel base. Much mo betta. Asking $725 SHIPPED to your door.
  7. Those are cool! I had one awhile back, but sold it when I found a Federal Ordnance underfolder. Look for one of those!
  8. Maybe $375-400. Depends on if I can make a deal for stock and barrel, as requested.
  9. SOLD A very nicely maintained, minimally fired stainless Ruger 10/22 50th Anniversary issue. It has the black synthetic stock. Stock and barrel have minimal handling marks. Bore in 18.5" barrel is excellent. Has both barrel sights and factory scope rail. Asking $325 SHIPPED. Be sure your FFL will receive from a private party or plan to add $30 for mine to ship. More pics on request.
  10. SOLD Remington 742 Woodsmaster. This is the Deluxe BDL Model. Probably mid-late 60s manufacture. It is .30-06. Topped with a Deerfield 4x32 scope with clear optics and duplex reticle. Stock is a Monte Carlo in Basketweave pattern. Rifle is in Excellent overall condition with the most minor handling/storage marks (See photos). This gun has over 98% finish for wood and metal. A steal at $750 + actual shipping. If your FFL won't receive from private individual, add $30 for mine to ship. More photos available.
  11. Give me a mailing address and I will get them on their way.
  12. Back up for the New Year. Gotta spend your Christmas money on something.
  13. GONE: Four (4) stripper clips for Model 8 Remington. Three are complete and one missing tabs to hold cartridges in. Still functional. First I'll take it in thread gets them.
  14. Thanks for the inquiry, Ridge Walker.Year does not necessarily matter. It is not on the C&R list. Nothing from Armalite is. If you can provide some solid evidence to the contrary, I will look at it.
  15. Thanks, Reno Kid. The biggest challenge now is finding ANY 24 gauge hulls. The fifty I sold with rifle came from a former Snider shooter who no longer needed them. Will pass along the round ball suggestion.
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