smith and wesson 44 mag and 38 for sale

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  1. michaelp76

    michaelp76
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    i have a smith and wesson 44 magnum and 38 for sale. I am asking $275 for the 38 and $300 for the 44, or $ 500 for the pair. Both have seen use, but have been taken good care of. One has a bit of a minor scratch on the barrel and some bluing has worn off of both. These have sentimental value seeing as they belonged to my father who passed from cancer, but I have no need for all the firearms I have. If interested, call 3602475922 and ask for michael or email me at michaelpnicholas@yahoo.com thank u
     
  2. jp1985

    jp1985
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    Sorry to hear about your old man passing. I Wish you were selling these in Oregon would you be willing to go through an ffl for transfer?
     
  3. michaelp76

    michaelp76
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    im new tpo this what is an ffl
     
  4. jp1985

    jp1985
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    Federal Fire arms License. Its a gun dealer since we are in different states we cannot legally buy or sell to one another unless we used a FFL dealer.
     
  5. BSafe

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    Consider them SOLD for full price. This is the guy who just talked to you on the phone. Thanks for posting. I'll see you tomorrow as we discussed. I will not back out.
     
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    P7id10T
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    Great Deal!
     
  7. MountainBear

    MountainBear
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    Wow, $1200 to $1400 worth of guns for $500? Dang.
     
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