Cheap/project .22 LR

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  1. pirateer2007

    pirateer2007
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    Just looking for something for my son and I to have fun with. Let me know what you have. Looking for a bolt or a single shot, but anything will be considered. You know you have that old beater .22 that's just taking up valuable space in the safe! Let me know. Broken or project guns are great as well! Let me know what you have.
    Thanks!
    -Adam
     
  2. pirateer2007

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    still looking :paranoid:
     
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    ar7 survival rifle, extra mag, parts/springs. project gun. $50.
     
  4. pirateer2007

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    I wasn't fast enough. Still looking
     
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    Btt
     
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  7. Phillyfan

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    I have a Marlin Model 70P "Papoose" that I was working on as a project. Got the wood sanded down and texture paint applied, removed the blueing and attempted my first duracoating adventure (looks pretty good, but I think I want to try it again). The trigger guard was the old style two piece metal deal that looked aweful, so I replaced it with the newer model, had to router out the stock for it to fit (filled it in once it was done), looks pretty nice. Also bought a new hooded front sight that I installed. Looks pretty darned good, but when I went to shoot it the first shot would fire but the shell didn't eject fully. Tried a couple of things, couldn't do much without tools in the woods. Anyway, I haven't monkeyed with it since. Have the bag, and barrel tool. Really a neat little gun if you want to take the time to get it shooting right.
     
  8. pirateer2007

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    Still looking
     
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    Thanks for the offer, but I'm looking for something in the sub $100 range.
    Thanks!
    -Adam
     
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    Not terribly fond of the model 60, but I really appreciate it!
     
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    Just tryin' to help chief. Not my ads but I came across them.
     
  13. PinkhamR

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    FTF only or would you consider having one shipped to you? I have an older Marlin Single Shot - Model 101 in 70%. Shoots S-L-LR's ... LMK, Randy
     
  14. pirateer2007

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    I would definitely be open, depending on what the deal was :D
     
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    PM sent
     
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  17. pirateer2007

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    I'd prefer to do a FTF transaction
     
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