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    Tenderfoot
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    Got a 1953 39a

    Traded my $100 336 and a $40 scope for a 1953 39a. A lot of my friends think I got the worse of the deal but I haven't seen a local 39a for less then $375 around here and run across 30-30s for $150 - $300 all the time. A little rough but shoots great. I'm happy.

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    I for one dont think you hurt yourself, and i know what they sell for. Heck let them think what they want, all your friends here at MO know the truth...

    Congrats, and dont forget the pics

    BloodGroove4570

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    Do any of those friends that think you got ripped have a 39 they want to trade for a 336, i have a couple 336's to trade serious.
    Ray


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    Sounds like a great deal to me. Now weeeeee need pics.
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    Sounds like ya did just fine to me.

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    As long as you're happy, we are happy for you. So, where are the pictures? Sounds like you did just fine.

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    The 39A is one of the sweetest rifles ever made. You made a great trade!

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    If you trade out of what you don't want/need for what you do? Good trade!

    39As are valuable guns and worth every penny.
    Costco should sell bullets in those bins, like walnuts. Or you could buy two five gallon buckets of bullets, shrink-wrapped together.
    Coffee is hard to make when you haven't had your coffee yet. This is called the "pre-caffeinated paradox".

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    Good stuff Kym, thanks for the shot

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    Kym, that looks so much like mine, when I got it, it's scary. It's great that it has a few dings and love marks on it. Oddly, the first one is the only one anyone remembers! That's the one that *really* hurts.
    Costco should sell bullets in those bins, like walnuts. Or you could buy two five gallon buckets of bullets, shrink-wrapped together.
    Coffee is hard to make when you haven't had your coffee yet. This is called the "pre-caffeinated paradox".

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