Delete Please Relic Rossi .38

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by skippythedog, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. skippythedog

    skippythedog
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    I was on a scooter trip cross-country when I suddenly got the urge to turn left into Canada so I buried this gun (a throwaway even when new) in Utah, in 6 layers of zip-locs where I knew I, or a friend could retrieve it. Well, no one made it through there for 2 years and this is the lovely result. (true story)..... A beautiful relic piece, rife w/ patina, to grace the walls of your rustic cabin, workshop or man-cave.

    I would like to trade this for a case of brass .223 (If it's not Lake City, double the number.) and a dozen or so P-mags. Outwardly, this may seem a bit steep but I'm trading a real gun for accessories so it's ok. No CPL required too, so that makes it worth more as well.

    Willing to trade for a Glock 17 too. Will travel as far as oh, say Marysville.

    It might seem as though I'm competing directly w/ another member, but hey, competition is good, right?

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  2. ThemGunsThough

    ThemGunsThough
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    With a cool story like that, I think i'd take your Rossi over the Glock 17 any day.
     
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  3. deadeye

    deadeye
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    Whats the serial number? I assume it would be made before 1969 and retrieved after 1977 to look that bad.
     
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    Chee-to
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    Hmmmm, should clean up nice....
     
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