I have this as new (fired less than a box) Browning BLR Lightweight 81 in 358 Winchester caliber I want to sell. I'm divesting it so I have money for nice gifts for our 25th wedding aniversary. Included is a spare magazine, Weaver 2-piece scope mount bases, and the original box and papers. $550 and a signed FFL get's it delivered in the lower 48 (don't know freight rates for AL and HI, let's talk). There's one on GB right now for $625. My gun has no handling marks on it. I'm told spare magazines alone are about $50. This would make a very, very nice Christmas present. Email or PM me for details please. Thanks.
P.S. I have traded with other forum members that are satisfied with my integrity.
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RATS!! I would jump on this in a heartbeat if it was a Win 270 or 30-06. Sorry, I can't rebore the 358 Win to 338-06.
Good Luck, that is an awesome deal.
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MMMMMaaaaannnn, Big Redhead, you make it awful tough. I'd grab it right now if I hadn't just bought that 356. Taxes due in less than a month. If you had just put it off a couple of months!
What, a 358 isn't a great anniversary gift??
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would somebody please buy it!! I dont have the money and it is killing me :cry:
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ditto I just bought one in 270 and now here comes a 358,just my luck
That is the BLR I'd want, but, flat pockets just like the seller. ops:
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BR.. I can' t help ,, I am so poor I can't pay attention.. But I would suggest a personal loan at the bank for your Gift and Keep the Gun.. it's a way out at least..
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