SELLING Clifford Pierson Left Handed .22 Rimfire

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  1. Doan

    Doan Silver $$ Contributor

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    Clifford Pierson Left Handed Rifle

    This is a Clifford Pierson left handed smallbore rifle built in the late 1950’s.
    It's a piece of American Smallbore history.
    He set National Records with this rifle.
    Clifford Pierson was a very notable smallbore shooter and rifle builder.
    It's similar to an Anschutz Action.
    Larry Moore shot this rifle.
    Scope is include. It is a 2 inch 15x Unertl.
    Rifle and scope condition are good to excellent.
    There is no number on the bottom of the barrel.
    This is a unique trigger, not sure you made it. It could be a Smith, a Pierson or a Wright-Allen.
    Serial Number 3
    There is however a five star formation with the number eight next to Eric Johnson's name.

    $2600 +shipping

    Let me know if you have any questions.
     

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  2. Doan

    Doan Silver $$ Contributor

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    Here are some of the article that mentions Pierson.
     

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  3. Doan

    Doan Silver $$ Contributor

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    Bump. :)
     
  4. Doan

    Doan Silver $$ Contributor

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    This is still available. Let me know if you have any questions.
     
  5. Doan

    Doan Silver $$ Contributor

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    This is still available. Please ask any questions.
     
  6. butchlambert

    butchlambert Site $$ Sponsor

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    A very nice rifle!
     
  7. Doan

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    Thanks! If you know anyone who might be interested in this, please share. This really is a piece of smallbore history.
     

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