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30-30 lever action
The .30-30 Winchester/.30 Winchester Center Fire (7.62×51mmR) cartridge was first marketed in 1895 for the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle. The .30-30 (thirty-thirty), as it is most commonly known, was the USA's first small-bore, sporting rifle cartridge designed for smokeless powder.
Selling as a pair with consecutive serial numbers. One has a 20" barrel and one has a 26" barrel, both are unfired. They are in like new condition and come with original boxes, hang tags and paper work. You can Google these for more pictures and information, or ask me any questions you have.
I have 2 boxes of Federal win 30-30 150 grain flat nose, 3030A, and both boxes of the same lot number.
Price is for both boxes, cash and FTF local on the NOP.
Since this is a face to face ad, I am going to add one 100 count tray of primers or discount the price $10.
.30-30, JM- stamped, Simmons 3-9x scope. I still have have flip-up sight if you'd rather go back to that
Looking to trade for project pieces; either a 20 inch upper, or a some kind of pistol upper assembly for an AR (5.56); AR parts (lower, trigger and optics); 9mm pistols (common handguns and...
340 rounds of what appears to be once fired 30/30 Winchester various headstamps mostly Remington and Winchester . Some is deprimed most isn't . 100 rounds comes in factory boxes the rest comes in reusable MTM style boxes .
I am new to this forum and currently own a semi-automatic shotgun. I am retired and finding out I love guns! In the next few months, I would like to buy either a .308 or a 30-30. I am considering my next gun may have something to do with my son, since he will inherit it. He prefers the 30-30...