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Found a M-1895 SS 22" .45-70 With Lyman Receiver Sight DOM 1989, nice grain in the wood 95% plus condition overall , by the time all said and done would have $475 in it ... Is that a good going price??

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That sounds like a great price to me, especially when you consider the shape that the new ones are in. Don't forget the pics, we have to see the pics! ;)
 

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You got that right. It is a silly question. :)
I would jump all over that one if it is as nice as you say it is. Sounds like a great price to me.
 

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There are no silly questions, only silly people.
 

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Guess I'd should expect that from a horse avatar person ;)

Ya know you guys are really not alot of help,, been asking myself if I really need this big ole lead tosser , so I up and offer the guy 25 bucks less..I hurried up and got off line so I wouldn't get told to go pound sand. Ate lunch, me and the pup took a little snooze and I just had to check back before heading off to work and the guy accepts my offer... :'( :eek:

THANKS ALOT TO ALL YA !!! 8)

So ya better help me get my 1895G Non-ported like new sold now...


Roan444 said:
There are no silly questions, only silly people.
 

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Nice buy. I'm confused, I always thought the S meant "stainless steel"
 

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Nice buy. I'm confused, I always thought the S meant "stainless steel"
Nope, means Sporter I believe, and of course you also have SS which one would take for stainless steel, wrong again... sporter safety. Mr fixit
 

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Very nice, love the looks of the wood!
 

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Yup, you done REAL good on that one!
 

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mr fixit said:
Nope, means Sporter I believe, and of course you also have SS which one would take for stainless steel, wrong again... sporter safety. Mr fixit
Sooo, my 1895 GS, stainless, means "guide sporter"? ???
 

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Terrible. Give me the sellers contact info so I can do you a favor.....wink...wink :)
 
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