WTS OR Pietta .36 caliber black powder pistols.

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  1. Mikej

    Mikej
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    "Sold"

    Up for sale are two Pietta .36 caliber, nickel plated, black powder 1862 Police revolvers. These guns are in un-fired condition. Finish is flawless.

    From my research it appears that these particular guns are no longer available.

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    The price is $400.00 for the pair or $225.00 singly, cash. No trades as this money goes directly to the good neighbor/good friend. Oregon residents only** , over 21, no shipping. If better pics are needed lemme know what you want and I'll do my best to get other pics.

    Thanks for looking!

    Mike

    ** I know nothing of C&R and how these guns may relate to that. If you can show me convincing OR statute that states these guns can be sold across state lines I will consider sales to Washington.
     
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  3. Pandaz3

    Pandaz3
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    Okay I'll buy the both of them.

    I live in Cornelius and will be out of pocket Monday but afterwards I could come over. I can bring cash of course and a copy of my driver License and CC Permit so you can reasonably guess I would pass a Background check. Theses are not covered "Firearms" in any case.
     
  4. BEN LILLY

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    very nice. And yes, you can sell them accross state lines.
     
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