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Civil War, 1863 Sharps Carbine and 1858 Starr Revolver

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by sideshow, Apr 22, 2013.

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    sideshow Lynnwood New Member

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    Please let me know if you have any questions. I'm no expert with regards to antique weapons however I believe I've done my research. These were passed down by my granfather and came from the Clevland area in the early 60's. I Honestly I'd rather have something I can shoot.

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    I believe the Sharps is a shooter, it has a great patina, a very tight action and a bright shiny bore. There's no "C" in the serial number because "C" was later added to denote +100,000 units. The Starr is in great shape except for a pitted barrel, It has matching serial numbers on both the frame and the cylinder.

    $2,500 for Both.

    Trades I'm interested in include semi-automatic .308 rifle packages but will consider other practical rifles and pistols, particularly in common calibers which aren't too expensive. I'd really like an FNAR or SXAR, however most recently something in 7.62x39 sounds appealing due to it's cost. I'm interested in AR-10's at non-panic prices. I will do my homework with regards to the value of the trades. In the past I have been fine with letting a few $$$ go in a trade although I can't in good conscience do it with these weapons.
     
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    sideshow Lynnwood New Member

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    Pending sale on Saturday......
     
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    sideshow Lynnwood New Member

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    Sold/traded...
     
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