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PT38S .38 Super with ammo and brass

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Buko, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Buko

    Buko Beaverton Area Member

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    Stainless Taurus PT38S in .38 Super Auto with 2 mags, 100 rounds of ammo, 100 once fired brass and 200 brand new starline nickel brass.I will also throw in the Lee 4 piece reloading die set for 38 Super.

    $450 or $500 trade credit towards a stainless Beretta 92 or an FN FiveSeven.

    If you don't want the reloading stuff, I'll take $425 for the pistol and ammo.

    FTF near Seattle or Bellevue. WADL required.

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  2. payohann

    payohann Tacoma, WA New Member

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    I'm in Tacoma and will be attending the Puyallup gun show in 2 weeks, I am interested if I can come up with the $'s before you sell it..I do reload so, yes the whole package. Peter
     
  3. Buko

    Buko Beaverton Area Member

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    Ok, I'll update the thread if it sells.
     
  4. Buko

    Buko Beaverton Area Member

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    Still available, make an offer...
     
  5. payohann

    payohann Tacoma, WA New Member

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    I'm willing but my wallet is holding up the offer... like most everyone else extra money is getting hard to find, I'll keep watching but don't pass up an offer for me, thanks, Peter
     
  6. Buko

    Buko Beaverton Area Member

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    bump.
     
  7. payohann

    payohann Tacoma, WA New Member

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    Well as fate would have it I just put a deposit on a Glock 29 and a friend just told me that he has a couple guns that belonged to his dad that he is willing to sell me, all I know is that they are TC pistols, one with a scope. Good luck, I wish you the best, Peter