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WTS WA BB Rifle (Unknown make/mod)

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Joe13

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Something I got in trade but do not need.

I do not know the make or model of this rifle.

It's a break action? The barrel stays put and what appears to be a tube magazine cocks the gun and opens the action to drop a BB (.177) in and close it.

Wood stock, nothing pristine but it will drive a BB pretty far into a phone book.

$60

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I have one of those. They are a no name import but shoot pretty well. I have put many hundreds of rounds through mine plinking and in a lot of ways I think it's a more fun rifle to shoot than my much more expensive ones.
 

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Mine is called a Pioneer. My dad has one and I think that's what it's called,too. Not valuable, but they are good shooters.
 
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It is a nice shooter. My location is good for pellets but not BBs. Too bad too because BBs are a lot cheaper and reuse able.

Id keep it but the kukuri would get a lot more use from me then this will now that I found a pellet rifle from some kind member on here...:rolleyes:
 

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It is a nice shooter. My location is good for pellets but not BBs. Too bad too because BBs are a lot cheaper and reuse able.

Id keep it but the kukuri would get a lot more use from me then this will now that I found a pellet rifle from some kind member on here...:rolleyes:
I take it you've got your eyes on a particular listing here ;)
 
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Oh yea. Not sure where the irony is but I researched and looked around and had finally decided that Id like to try a kukuri as a pack knife and less then 24 hours later one pops up on here that is pretty much what I was looking for lol. Of course now I have to find a few toys to let go to afford it.
 

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Oh yea. Not sure where the irony is but I researched and looked around and had finally decided that Id like to try a kukuri as a pack knife and less then 24 hours later one pops up on here that is pretty much what I was looking for lol. Of course now I have to find a few toys to let go to afford it.
I was thinking that was the case, I saw you post a number of items up. Hopefully they'll go fast for you!
 
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