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WTS OR SOLD Cooper .223 Model 21

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by cclfn, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. cclfn

    cclfn Oregon 97401 Member

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    I have decided I want to build a walking varminter with a repeating action. I purchased this from another member on the board a couple months ago and put the scope on another rifle. As the rifle has just been sitting in my safe I really don't know anything about the rifle other than what the previous owner told me; I have included a copy of his description and photos from the old add below. I am selling the rifle without the pictured scope. Previous owner has not found the box or paper work for this rifle (said he would let me know if he did). Looks very nice and does not appear to have been shot more than he indicated. I am cleaning out the gun safe so more to follow. Will meet along I-5 corridor at agreed location for a FTF.

    $1200 Rifle only - not looking for trades on this.

    Thanks for looking,


    (Cut & Paste from original classified add)

    "OK guys, here is one of my most awesome rifles, if not probably the very best rifle I own. I bought this rifle and scope to replace my Remington 700 VSSF in 223 as my primary varmint hunting rifle. The Model 21 is a single shot, and it has a heavy stainless 24 inch barrel. I installed a fantastic Vortex Viper PST 6-24x 50mm scope on it. This scope has a big 30 mm tube with side parallax adjustment, and the awesome illuminated EBR-1 MRAD reticle. It is mounted on Burris Signature Rings.

    I unfortunately never got around to actually go hunting with this rifle. My health started to decline before I could go hunt with it. I only shot it at the range 3 times. The rifle is thus in like new condition, with no mars to the stock or bluing.

    Like all Coopers, this rifle really is wonderfully accurate. The stock is somewhat sub-par for a Cooper, as there is a knot on the right side of the rear part of the stock ( you can see it in photo #3 ). Other than that slight imperfection from the factory, it is still an extremely handsome rifle, and I myself have always judged the true beauty in any rifle more by the quality of its trigger pull and accuracy. And in these areas, this rifle truly does excel.

    This is a great rifle and a great scope, and both are in mint condition. I'm sure that it could bring one of you many years of fantastic varmint hunting fun.

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  2. captqc

    captqc Tigard Silver Supporter Silver Supporter

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  3. cclfn

    cclfn Oregon 97401 Member

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    Conversations ended still for sale 11-8-14
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