Long gun sale (9)

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Artpro, Aug 3, 2010.

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  1. Artpro

    Artpro
    Salem, OR.
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    Long gun sale

    #1- Remington 11-87 SPS, 3 inch 12 gauge, all matte
    black, 26 inch VR barrel w/Rem choke.
    Less than 50 rounds fired. $495**

    #2- Remington 788 in 22-250. Excellent bore, Ramline
    synthetic stock. $395**

    #3- Remington 788 in 308 Win. Excellent bore. Wood
    refinished (oil), barrel top shows rain drop stains.
    $395**

    #4- Ruger M77 w/top tang safety, 243 Win. Excellent
    metal and bore. Shows carry wear. $425**

    #5- Savage Model 110 in 6.5x284, 26 inch SS Douglas
    barrel. Action timed by SSS, barrel, lug, tactical handle
    and trigger by SSS. Single shot follower and EGW 0 MOA rail,
    Stockade woodchuck stock. $795**

    #6-TC Renegade 50 cal. Muzzle loader. Very nice
    condition. Hammer tang bent to clear eyepiece on
    scope $275**

    **All prices are FTF. Add shipping and insurance if
    shipping required. All except #6, must go to FFL
    holder that accepts shipment from private party.
    Send PM with your email address to request pictures. ID which gun
     
  2. gregw72

    gregw72
    North Portland (near University of Portland)
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    Does the Rem 11-87 have wood or plastic for the stock and forearm?
     
  3. 67buck

    67buck
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    pm sent
     
  4. Artpro

    Artpro
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    gregw72
    Hi, The SPS model is all black, matte metal and black synthetic stock.
    Art
     
  5. fijekladias

    fijekladias
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    Is the .308 still available and do you have pics?
     
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