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Indy_Guy_77
05-01-2007, 20:44
$200 for a practically new 10/22 carbine. black polymer stock, Green Mountain barrel. Scope.

I want.

I cannot have.

I wonder if I could sell a part of my liver?

-J-

epsylum
05-01-2007, 20:52
Tell me about it. My dad's buddy is trying to sell a stainless Marlin 1895 Guide Gun in .45/70 and I REALLY want it. I also want tons of goodies for my AK, AR, Saiga 12, Glocks, another 1911, etc., etc.

Too many toys and not enough money.

boilergonzo
05-01-2007, 21:07
Sell part of your liver? Got any onions? That should fetch at least $5.99 or so!

blackbeast
05-01-2007, 21:08
Originally posted by Indy_Guy_77
$200 for a practically new 10/22 carbine. black polymer stock, Green Mountain barrel. Scope.

I want.

I cannot have.

I wonder if I could sell a part of my liver?

-J-


That's not that good. I just picked up a 10/22 in good shape with a weatherby XXII 4x50 scope from the pawn shop for $175.


does that make you feel better or worse?
:banana:

skydelta34
05-02-2007, 06:19
hey Indy_Guy_77, where is it, I will buy it and hold onto it for you.

Indy_Guy_77
05-02-2007, 08:14
Hold on to it for me, huh? ;)

Knock yourself out if you want to buy it! It would definitely relieve me of that particular temptation. Just realize that I won't be buying it from you later on. LOL

Its at Gander Mountain in Castleton. At least it was on Monday afternoon!

-J-

rhino465
05-02-2007, 09:17
Speaking of used 10/22s ... have anyone seen any that we just a plain jane 10/22 with no aftermarket parts? I want one to drop into a stock to make it work more like an AR, so I don't need a scope or a replacement stock.

New guns are about $180, right? I'd rather do a private transfer, though.

dblagent
05-02-2007, 15:05
They still exist in an unmodified form? :animlol: I have been looking for a used one to modify, or even just the receiver and have had no luck there either. I saw one at a pawn shop for $100, went back to get it a couple of hours later and it was gone, like I knew it would be. I snoozed and lost on that one.

rhino465
05-02-2007, 21:10
I don't know why I'm dragging my feet over a few dollars here. Even if I found a smokin' deal on a used gun, the difference (maybe $80 at the most) would be easily lost over time and ammo expenses.

I need to just do it.

Hoosierbilly
06-02-2007, 00:39
speaking of gander, a few days ago i stopped by and was almost tempted to get a BEAUTIFUL bolt action savage .22 with laminate thumbhole stock with the neat vent things cut in the stock along the length of the barrel, free floating barrel..mmmm...and now i am going to try and get a 1" cannon when i go down to friendship next weekend...i hope i can get one for about 500 or 600 bucks (fingers crossed)

and i love it when the guy at gander, after a gun sale, says "...allllright, now sign and date here since the gun is going from our inventory to yours..."

ive bought a few guns there...

blackbeast
06-09-2007, 13:10
Originally posted by rhino465
Speaking of used 10/22s ... have anyone seen any that we just a plain jane 10/22 with no aftermarket parts? I want one to drop into a stock to make it work more like an AR, so I don't need a scope or a replacement stock.

New guns are about $180, right? I'd rather do a private transfer, though.

if you have a need to go to bloomington/ elletsville


pawns plus in bloomington had one for $175, they usually deal pretty good though.

pawnshop on the west side of elletsville had 2, not sure what they were priced as i was in a hurry. one looked to be a shorter youth? model.

naffiner
06-10-2007, 07:13
The Walmart here had a shorter barreled one (it was labeled 'carbine', didn't check the actual model number) for ~180, then one with a heavier and longer barrel for ~220.