Rossi 22/20 guage combo

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    BATTERY
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    I bought my son a Rossi 22/20 gauge break action rifle last summer. . Selling for $145 or trade for quality 22 semi auto. Wash residents only.

    Kalama wa area. Just north of Vancouver, south of Kelso
     
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    Was excited till I saw its a combo barrel not o/u
     
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    BTT
     
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    Trade or cash. Want a reliable 22 semi auto for my son.
     
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    I have an original Stevens model 22-410 OU for sale manufactured from 1938 to 1950. Before savage took over. These guns were make for youth starters!
     
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    BTT. still looking for a decent trade.
     
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    Trade or cash
     
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    Some of you buyers are cracking me up. This isn't a garage sale. I'm pricing at $145. Do you want one? Yes? No? Can you find one cheaper? Yes? No?

    Basic math. And/or desire to own.

    I blow $80 on crap I don't need every week. But low balling me on something under $200just feels kinda silly.

    I'm not broke. Just selling a gun I no longer want. But I will just keep it before I am treated like a guy at a pawn shop.
     
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