Take down rifle

Discussion in 'Gun Project Questions & Gunsmithing' started by Rancher Mike, Feb 21, 2019.

  1. perry42

    perry42 Gold $$ Contributor

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    The beautiful wood, engraving, and meticulous fitting of all parts make for a piece of art suitable for display in a museum. I would have to win the lottery to pay for the rifle and a trip to Africa to hunt Cape Buffalo.

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  2. nso123

    nso123 Silver $$ Contributor

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    Everyone needs a $40,000 case hardened action rifle like that to be displayed in their study. Now, I just need the $40,000 and a study....
     
  3. Rancher Mike

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    I'm with you Roger in that I would have to win the lottery to own such a beautifle rifle. Read a story the other day written by a Holland and Holland salesman, or Purdy. A retired sanitation worker after saving his whole life came in and ordered a best shot gun. A matter of prioritys I guess.
     
  4. Dusty Stevens

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    Somebody would steal that within a week if i had it
     
  5. joshb

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    I have an old Winchester Model 55 takedown rifle. 30-30. I’m satisfied with that!;)
     

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