Ruger Mark III Target Stainless

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  1. Blowgunner

    Blowgunner
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    Has less than 100 rounds through it. Debating on trading it for a .22 more suited for hunting like a Ruger Charger, or modified 10/22, or single shot .22 pistol.

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  3. Mystykl22

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    I have a beautiful Remingotn Nylon 66, made in 1962, 90+% condition. I would offer a trade with cash also.
     
  4. Blowgunner

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    No thanks.
     
  5. CreepingDeath

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    I've got a savage 17hmr , scope , sling, with around 400 rds. of ammo. Excellent shape ready to "critter hunt".
     
  6. chemist

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    That's the 5½" barrel, right?
     
  7. Blowgunner

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    CreepingDeath: mostly looking for something chambered in 22lr.

    Chemist: yes, it's a 5.5in bull barrel.
     
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    Let me know if you want to try and sell it outright and what your price would be. Thanks!
     
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