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Fireball #7709 Life

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  1. 3 half dollars, domed and silver soldered with quality pin backs, 1 quarter, not domed, lower quality back and attachment method.  $18 shipped for all, Paypal friends and family or personal check, first I'll take it posted here gets it.  Thanks.




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  2. 1) New 9mm/38 Super extractor Pre-Series 80 blued #101S70 $20 shipped

    2) Extended blued thumb safety #6b  $20 shipped

    Or $35 for both shipped.  Paypal friends and family or personal check.  First I'll take X posted here gets it.  Thanks.



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  3. Set up for Pin shooting in 1998, this was purchased as a "pre-ban" NOS(unfired) when H&K was importing the Benelli system and marketing it.  I shot the Pin Shoot 8 pin event in '98 and with the exception of the occasional range "plinking", it's sat in the safe in case I ever decided to go 3-gunning.(less than 300 rounds)  12 gauge pistol grip stock, ghost ring sights.  18.5" barrel(without comp), forcing cone lengthened, factory extended mag tube(7+1).  Al Greco muzzle brake with 2 chokes.  Tactical bolt handle, original included.  Surefire forend with light, original forend included.  Buttstock has mercury recoil reducer installed.  Includes original choke tubes, factory lube and owners manual as pictured.(sling not included).  I have way more in this gun (at 90's pricing) than I'm asking.  $1600 shipped to your FFL.  First I'll take it posted here gets it.  Thanks.








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  4. Very nicely made, black, heavy leather gun covers (2).  Shown with 22" gun, so should be fine up to 24" and still snap closed.  $150 shipped.  Paypal friends and family or personal check.  First I'll take it posted here gets it. Thanks.




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  5. These are the engraved Centennial guns, produced in 1978 and are consecutively serial numbered.  Top gun converted to 45 colt with 22" octagon barrel, no rear sight dovetail, big brass bead modified XS sight for the front, Lyman #2 tang rear.  This gun, in original chambering spent many years as my main match gun is very smooth.  Shortly after rebarreling I switched to a 73, so it hasn't been shot much in it's current configuration.  When I had it rechambered, I converted the forend to rifle style.  Bottom gun is completely stock, unfired 44 Mag with box.  Selling as a pair $3000 shipped.  First I'll take it posted here gets it.  Thanks.














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  6. This set was created to commemorate Lymans 100th anniversary.  Based on Rugers #1B, the rifle sports a 28" round barrel with scope blocks to accommodate the 4 power "Century Model" scope.  My father purchased this 30 years ago from the back room of a local gun shop in unfired condition and it remains so to this day.  #321 of 1000, the set includes a presentation mahogany case, Lyman 3 die set, Lyman mold handles, Lyman mold, cleaning rod, 3" medallion, 20 nickel cases and book.  Most of the accessories are marked "centennial" in some fashion.  As a "NIB" purchase, this has all the original shipping boxes/cartons/wrappings and paperwork.  There are some scratches on the scope that were there when he bought it.  Otherwise, for going from safe to safe, I don't see any other dings or scratches, but please look at the pics.  It has a beautiful piece of wood on it, the bore is bright and shiny.  I have other pics if a serious buyer needs another view.  The line in the butt pad is from sitting on the golden rod cord in the back of my safe and will likely "fill out".   The set is big and heavy and will be shipped in the original box(s) as pictured and I expect shipping and insurance to the lower 47 to be $100+.  $2500 SHIPPED to your FFL.  Consider Browning BPCR in 45-70 in partial trade.  First I'll take it posted here gets it.  Thanks.




















  7. 1 hour ago, Major Art Tillery said:

    The Vet clinic I work for sells alot of the PneuDart brand. Work great if your herd is calm and you can drive right up to them with a truck or SxS  and your not habing to make long range shots.   Load 3cc - 10cc darts in them


    The 178BS model... It is a pump. 


    We have found that to work the best and gives the least amount of problems.   The  blank shooting models they would require us to have an FFL to send it to which is crazy.   


    The pump models are easy to rebuild if the seals go bad... I want to say a rebuild kit is like $15. 


    Sometimes we have an old loaner model at work that they are willing to sell occasionally to rotate stock. I can ask them if you would like?

    If you'd ask them about an older one they're rotating out, that'd be great.  Shawnee may have a blank powered one that's fits my bill, but if the cost isn't too great, I wouldn't mind more than one option.  I may also find one works better for me than another in actual use.


    My herd is used to me walking around them and driving near them with the SxS, so "long shots" aren't really required.


    Thank you everyone!

  8. 3 hours ago, Major Art Tillery said:

    What exactly are you looking for?  A pump style, CO2, are blank fired?  



    Does that mean you have one or all?  1st choice, blank fired, pump probably second and CO2 last.  It won't get a lot of use and wasting a CO2 cartridge every time for one or 2 shots seems silly, that said, if I ran across a CO2 one that was inexpensive, I could absorb some cartridge cost.

    3 hours ago, Rip Snorter said:

    Are you looking to dart / tranq them?  I made up wax bullet 45 Colt loads for a rancher friend.  He uses them on rare occasions to discourage aggressive stock.

    I have plenty of "discouragement" options.  I need to be able to administer med's and/or tranq them.



    My herd is pretty docile, so long range isn't really required, but they will range and or be pastured a significant distance from the working pen/chute/head catch, so if I get one that needs something, popping them with a dart in location will ease stress on them and work on my part.


    Still looking.  Thanks.

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