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Discussion in 'Campfire' started by Mr. Chitlin, Jan 10, 2008.
I'll pass on that one.
The animal being shot wouldn't appreciate all the bling.
WOW!! and they already have 48 bids. I've got three I'll sell for that.:razz:
Yeah! Let me, uh, get to the bank vault and buy that thing. Nice rifle, but good gravy. Hope it all goes to the young folks.
That'd make a great truck gun.
i wonder how much it would be worth 10 years from now
Yeah, you could re-sell it and buy a truck. :thumb:
I ain't never had a truck worth as much as that gun:smack:
Great gogla moogla! I pay that much for something I better be able to drive it or live in it!
All I know is I do not have enough pocket change for that.:smack:
Heck, I don't have enough pocket change for the run-of-the-mill Walmart 10/22, let alone that one.
Well, actually I might would have enough pocket change for a plain 10/22 if I could just figure out where my wife has been putting all the change that she "cleans" from my dresser every week. :smack:
Heard that! But what a gorgeous peice of wood!!!
I sure hope no one outbids me. . . $50.00 is a steal! :biggrin:
Better look again, I think you put the decimal point in the wrong place...
. . . . . . .uh. . . . . . . .dang. Oh well, the wife can always get a third job. :biggrin:
Although it is a nice looking rifle, if you look carefully at the closeups, you will see some fit and finish problems. The front sight dovetail is really sloppy, and the metal to wood fit leaves a lot to be desired for a custom built firearm of this purported significance. Also, a special serial number indicating the milestone would be nice.
OK, so I'm being a bit picky, but if you ever saw a rifle come out of any of the other big manufacturer's custom shops, you'd know what I mean. JM2C.
I didn't see a "Buy Now" button..............
No way, nope!
I'll not be owning that!