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    Default Assorted Shooting Irons for sale

    I have some safe queens that could use a new home,
    Send me a PM for photos or more info.

    1. Springfield Armory M-1A, been shortened by Craig Parker many years ago. Smith muzzle brake, two stocks, about 10 or 11 magazines. $1,300

    2. 6.8mm SPCII chambered long barreled Long range AR, built on a Stag arms receiver and bolt assembly. 24 inch Black Hole Weaponry barrel, long hand-guard, A2 butt-stock, 6-8 good high quality magazines, a BUNCH of brass and about 4-6 hundred rounds of loaded ammo. $1,600

    3. Mauser HSC Super, 380 pistol. This is an odd-ball that Mauser farmed out to an Italian firm. It is a 13 shot 380 made of all Steel. They were trying to market it as a duty gun. It loves the Buffalo Bore hot loaded 380 ammo. $300

    4. 1903-A3 SMITH CORONA, In very, very, nice shape. Looks like a post war Arsenal refinish or never issued. All Smith Corona correct parts... PLUS I also have a Remington Bolt assembly which is also correctly headspaced for this rifle which is a little smoother for match shooting. $900

    5. 1903-A3 barreled action, ( Remington ) some knucklehead cut the barrel off just behind the front sight. It has been drilled for a scope and has a scope safety installed on the scope appropriate bolt handle. I think I even have the chessy cheap plastic stock that it was stuck in when I obtained it in a mass-trade of some sort. $200

    6. Modified 1917 Remington rebarreled into a lightweight 375 Ruger project rifle. The stock is laminated and the action and barrel are glass bedded. It was barreled by SHAW who also opened up the feed rails and I do not like the way it feeds. A new follower might fix that. I used glass mirco spheres in the glass bedding so the rifle is very light-weight for this cartridge. SHAW did not use the proper larger screws for the scope mount and the recoil stripped out the smaller screws. It was shooting nice clover-leaf groups with hot 270 grain bullet loads before the scope mount, and my shoulder failed. $400

    7. Winchester 1892 Rifle in 38WCF. This rifle serial numbers to the first year of production in 1892. Sometime in the distant past the 24 inch octagonal barrel was re-lined and it went from being a 44-40 to a 38 40. It has an age appropriate tang mounted peep sight. I have a couple hundred rounds of Star-Line 38-40 brass, a few hundred 38-40 cast bullets and a set of reloading dies. $1,495
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    Interested in the barreled action...be out of range for a couple days, back in Homer friday...399-1126
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    Some pics, if I can get this to work. The M1A and the Mauser HSc Super.
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    Some more pics, well now the computer is locking up again.
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    Here is the modified 1917 Enfield actioned rifle in 375 Ruger. It has a fairly snappy recoil.
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    Here is the Smith Corona 1903-A3
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    A couple more Smith Corona pics
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    And some 1892 Win pics
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    Cdubbin, did you ever make it back to town?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Float Pilot View Post
    Cdubbin, did you ever make it back to town?
    yep...hit me up before I spend all my money on snow tires....
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    299-3299 if you want to meet up in the next couple of days.
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    Any of these still available?

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    Yeap, send a PM if interested.
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    STILL HAVE:

    1. Springfield Armory M-1A, been shortened by Craig Parker many years ago. Smith muzzle brake, two stocks, about 10 or 11 magazines. $1,300.... people keep claiming they want it , but no deals yet.

    2. 6.8mm SPCII chambered long barreled Long range AR
    , built on a Stag arms receiver and bolt assembly. 24 inch Black Hole Weaponry barrel, long hand-guard, A2 butt-stock, 6-8 good high quality magazines, a BUNCH of brass and about 4-6 hundred rounds of loaded ammo. $1,600

    3. Mauser HSC Super, 380 pistol. This is an odd-ball that Mauser farmed out to an Italian firm. It is a 13 shot 380 made of all Steel. They were trying to market it as a duty gun. It loves the Buffalo Bore hot loaded 380 ammo. $300

    4. 1903-A3 SMITH CORONA, In very, very, nice shape. Looks like a post war Arsenal refinish or never issued. All Smith Corona correct parts... PLUS I also have a Remington Bolt assembly which is also correctly headspaced for this rifle which is a little smoother for match shooting. $900


    5. Modified 1917 Remington rebarreled into a lightweight 375 Ruger project rifle
    . The stock is laminated and the action and barrel are glass bedded. It was barreled by SHAW who also opened up the feed rails and I do not like the way it feeds. A new follower might fix that. I used glass mirco spheres in the glass bedding so the rifle is very light-weight for this cartridge. SHAW did not use the proper larger screws for the scope mount and the recoil stripped out the smaller screws. It was shooting nice clover-leaf groups with hot 270 grain bullet loads before the scope mount, and my shoulder failed. $400 or swap for something

    6. Winchester 1892 Rifle in 38WCF. This rifle serial numbers to the first year of production in 1892. Sometime in the distant past the 24 inch octagonal barrel was re-lined and it went from being a 44-40 to a 38 40. It has an age appropriate tang mounted peep sight. I have a couple hundred rounds of Star-Line 38-40 brass, a few hundred 38-40 cast bullets and a set of reloading dies. $1,495

    7. Thinking about adding a Glock 19 Gen 4 with 4 magazines, nice new holster and mag pouch.
    The horrible factory gen 4 trigger was swapped out for a Factory Gen3 trigger and it helped a bunch. I just cannot get my body and mind to love a Glock, the grip angle is all wrong for me.
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    is there enough room to get a can on the M1?
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    I don't know. Here are a couple photos of the pointy end.
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    Well the G-19 was sold to a neighbor as soon as I mentioned even thinking about selling it.
    Still have a bunch of these safe queens for sale. Lots of Anchorage folks claim they want something or another but nobody has paid a dime .
    If anyone is actually serious, I will be making a couple flights up to the murder capital over the next month or so.
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