Two .22's revolvers to trade for 9mm pistol.

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    Mephistopheles
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    I have two .22 revolvers to trade for 9mm pistol.
    1. Charter Arms Pathfinder as best I can judge from 1977. I've put 100 rounds through it and found that it sometimes has a light strike on double action. Internet says place a small spacer on the spring under the wooden grip and problem solved. Single action always fires. Comes with pictured holster.
    2. Hi-Standard R-100 9 shot. Looks a little rough. I've put 18 rounds through it and it fired flawlessly. R-100 was their first 9 shot .22 and was made in the mid 50's. They put the spring loaded erector in the R-101 and not having one is a little different.
    Only interested in trading for a 9mm pistol. Not interested in Jennings, HiPoint or anything along those lines.

    Update: I'll trade the Hi-Standard 9 shot for a Mosin Nagant.

    Trade must take place in Lane County and must be at least 18 yrs old and OR resident. Thanks for looking.
     
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    Mephistopheles
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    I'll trade the Hi-Standard 9 shot for a Mosin Nagant rifle.
     
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    Mephistopheles
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    Trade Pending
     
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