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"...to finish the collection."

LOL!

That was funny:D!

... oh, and maybe a Win-13, a gas trap, Pre-War SA, WWII era, Post-War SA, a couple Sniper variances, Tanker, Beretta BM-59...

"No one can eat just one!"

Best of luck on your Winny, all it takes is money!:)

 

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16 minutes ago, farmerkd1 said:

"...to finish the collection."

LOL!

That was funny:D!

... oh, and maybe a Win-13, a gas trap, Pre-War SA, WWII era, Post-War SA, a couple Sniper variances, Tanker, Beretta BM-59...

"No one can eat just one!"

Best of luck on your Winny, all it takes is money!:)

 

Had a WIN-13, Had 2 Lend Leases, Had 2 prewar pearl. Had a few 6 mils. Had an orig M1c with M81, and had 2 M1Ds,Had a correct Beretta, Had over 350 M1s over 25 years of collecting. Got hurt on job in 08, No money & had to sell off. Had 1 set consecutive H&Rs. Now when I buy one I can keep it. 

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Oh absolutely! The action is nice and smooth. When i first got it, it wouldnt cycle right, and the hammer never locked back after each shot. After much research, I found that the stock was after market and that H&R's needed to have an actual H&R stock. Luckily I found on at a gun show many years ago. And now she functions flawlessly. 

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