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Oregonian

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  1. You are indeed correct, these Heavy Duck models are fairly hard to find, especially in excellent original condition. I kind of forgot it's history when I listed it, it wasn't until after the sale that I recalled that. The buyer got a very nice deal!
  2. Bear Run Butch. Thanks for you interest, however it is sold, paid for, and off to it's new owner tomorrow.
  3. SPF to Johnny Greyback. Buck Double-Ought Shot, you got aced out by one minute. You have seconds if needed.
  4. ***Sold*** For sale is a very nice 'E' series (S/N E957917) Winchester Model 97 12 gauge shotgun. 2.75" chamber, 20.5" barrel, marked as 'FULL' choke. I have a receipt for action work, barrel resizing, and reaming the forcing cone. This work was completed by Will Reynolds (Burlington, WV) in August 2009 at a cost of $197.69. The shotgun is very smooth and is in very nice shape overall. It has some patina, and minor corrosion, to the blued parts (documented in the photos, mostly on the left side of the receiver). The wood is very nice, with very minor wear- no cracks, gouges, chips, etc. The length of pull is approx. 13" and it wears a very nice leather butt stock pad. I had three of theses and this is the last (and nicest) one. Overall, a really nice, solid, smooth example- used but not abused or 'Bubba'd". $495 plus shipping to your FFL.
  5. Ironhead: do you know what year this was built? Any USGI parts?
  6. ***SOLD*** For sale is a really, really nice USFA Rodeo revolver. Chambered in .38 Special, with a 4.75" barrel, it is a great fit for CAS competition. The serial number (E311) puts it well into the serial number range of all USA made parts and assembly. USFA revolvers are known for their superb actions, tight lockup and high quality fit and finish- and this one will not disappoint. This revolver has something special that most do not: it has been professionally engraved with the moniker "RINGO" on the base of the grip frame (see photos)- so if Ringo is your SASS name, or you are new and trying to find the perfect name, this is for you (kind of tongue in cheek- but hey it could work that way). This one has been very gently used, almost like new, and has the outer box, inner box, sock, and goodies. $1050 shipped to your FFL in CONUS. Will ship to HI or AK for actual shipping cost. ***SOLD***
  7. ***SOLD*** For sale is an exceptionally nice Winchester Model 12, 12 Gauge, 3" chamber, 30" barrel, full choke. It was manufactured in 1952 and shows the fit, finish and quality of a bygone era. It has only a few very minor blemishes to the metal, the bluing is beautiful and the wood is extremely nice and virtually blemish free. The action is smooth and tight and the bore is excellent. They truly don't make them like this anymore and this one will last another lifetime. $695 plus shipping to your FFL.
  8. ***SPF*** For sale are a pair of Longhunter (aka Jim Finch) USFA Rodeo revolvers in their original factory boxes with all the goodies. They are consecutive serial numbers (LH 117 & LH 118) and are in excellent condition. They each feature: rear sights widened from .108 to .140; serrated front sights; forcing cones opened to 11 degrees; crisp (no creep) trigger pulls; custom springs; radiused and polished triggers; hammer sides relieved .007 to eliminate drag marks and jeweled hammers. Beautiful smooth actions and excellent bores. Very, very minor handling marks. These are special and they aren't making them anymore. Keep them as part of your single action collection or use them for CAS- either way you can't go wrong. $2,500 shipped to your FFL.
  9. This shouldn't take long to find a new home. Nice gesture during these times.
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