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Posted 29 October 2008 - 07:29 PM

Not a scratch, dent of any nature on the gun and the guy is asking $250 for the beauty. Problem is I have never been keen on auto loading sport/hunting rifles. However I am probably going to buy the gun just to say I actually own a Anschutz rifle.

Something I was wondering is there any problems with these guns being ammo finicky? Or other unusual things about the gun? Is parts easily available for these guns? Will these be rising rapidly in resale value more then most other rifles or about the same.

I know I ask too many questions.

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 12:15 AM

Whoa!!! Probably not a lot of them in the country. Only places that come to mind are 10 Ring Service in Florida and Neal Johnson in Colorado Springs.



Steve Moore @ 10 Ring: 10ring@clearwire.net



Thought I had Neal's email, but can't find it... Google him... he has a website.

Steve was very helpful for me.


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Posted 31 October 2008 - 02:30 PM

Here is the big 4 with the Anschutz 520/61 Ser # 094500 second up from bottom. I will check out your link. Thanks By the way the Savage on the bottonm is actually a Anschutz Sporter 23A an it is a tack driver and all original, Browning new T-bolt Target/Varmint on top and of course the Marlin 981-T under Browning t-bolt.

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