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Heading to an auction later. Just need some feed back.


J. Stevens Arms and Tools Co. "Favorite" .22 Long Rifle cal. Lever-Action Rifle, #27; 22" Part-octagon barrel, walnut stock and forearm. This gun has alot of surface rust.


Winchester Model 1902 .22 cal Single-shot Bolt-Action Rifle, none of the model serial numbered; 17 �" barrel, birch or cherry stock. Lot of finnish wear.



Winchester Model 1894 .30-30 caliber Lever-actiom Rifle, Canadian Centennial Commemorative, 1967, #35668: 20" octagonal barrel, receiver engraved with maple-leaf design; black finish; walnut stock and forearm.




Sturm, Ruger & Co. "Blackhawk" .357 cal. Revolver, #123306; 6 �" barrel, blued finish, walnut grip; original box.




Sturm, Ruger & Co. "Blackhawk" .357 cal. Revolver, #114298; 4 5/8" barrel, blued finish, walnut grip; together with a leather belt and holster



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are you selling the rugers?

Price wise probably 400+ on gunbroker if they are above 90%. If you want them sold I would post the on rugerforum.com I would like the 4 5/8 to do a 45lc conversion on.
 

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are you selling the rugers?

Price wise probably 400+ on gunbroker if they are above 90%. If you want them sold I would post the on rugerforum.com I would like the 4 5/8 to do a 45lc conversion on.

No, not selling. I ws going to an auction and was asking people what I should bid. They went for too much, or more than I wanted to pay.
 

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Auctions are weird a 500 msrp gun often brings 700 and weird stuff like that. I did by a super blackhawk for 150 bucks an estate sale once.
 

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Auctions are weird a 500 msrp gun often brings 700 and weird stuff like that. I did by a super blackhawk for 150 bucks an estate sale once.

They all went high. Well for what I was willing to pay.

The saddle gun went for $200. Just didn't want to bid $225.
 
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