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    Quote Originally Posted by mrguvna View Post
    I might need to roll back through in the next few weeks as I am trying to get my nephews estate cleared up and all his belongings moved. I will make a point to stop and see the 76 ruger, thanks for the heads up
    I can have them set it aside for you if you want. The rifle is original--no scope or mounts but is intact. I think the asking price was in the 600-700 buck range--but I have CRS.
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    I have a 1997 882SSV, but I am partial to tube fed 22's. I do like the bull barrel and didn't even realize they made a 22lr in a bull barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ret_Eng View Post
    I can have them set it aside for you if you want. The rifle is original--no scope or mounts but is intact. I think the asking price was in the 600-700 buck range--but I have CRS.
    Thanks jay but let me see what fate brings my way over the next few weeks. Not sure on when I will be rolling through there. Beautiful country up in Clarke county, berryville area.
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    Hey jay lets get back to this firearm, where are the pics man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrguvna View Post
    Thanks jay but let me see what fate brings my way over the next few weeks. Not sure on when I will be rolling through there. Beautiful country up in Clarke county, berryville area.
    When I shot my 44 Mag Ruger carbine last week at Clark's---I was happy to see that nothing had changed with the old 1970s 3-9X32mm Japanese Tasco. Just broke up a bunch of orange clay bird fragments at 100 yards to confirm my zero. A guy two tables down from me was having trouble getting his new fangled whizzzzbang Weatherby Magnum rifle zeroed. He had a very high dollar Leupold that looked like a Hubble telescope which sprayed bullets all over the place at 50 yards and 100 yards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrguvna View Post
    Hey jay lets get back to this firearm, where are the pics man!
    On a SD card at the house.............
    Last edited by Ret_Eng; 06-11-2019 at 04:19 PM.
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    As promised--here are the pics:
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    Very pretty. I love it.
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    I bet it's well broken in by the time the Grandson gets his hands on it. Which is a good thing. Congratulations Jay!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kraynky View Post
    I bet it's well broken in by the time the Grandson gets his hands on it. Which is a good thing. Congratulations Jay!
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