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Old 02-03-2013, 01:07 PM
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One of the few rifles I got lucky on.



That is gorgeous Pete.
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Old 02-03-2013, 01:40 PM
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Here's most of my factory 54 sporters, except for that KKJ on the end. I would never sell any but I spose you could expect to pay 1200 or so nowadays for a nice one.





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All I can say is WOW!!!!
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My list of targets is at 3 now. I have to have the 54, it's the most important. I also like a Winchester 52 sporter, and a copper if I can find one for a good price. Also if I found a tbolt that spoke to me I'd get it also.
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Back in the 80's a T-Bolt came into the local gunshop, it was incredible, I held it but decided that 325.00 was to much to pay for it. I get a little sick feeling when that scene replays in my head.
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Here's one from 1971 that has been upgraded with a left-handed California English stock -

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Back in the 80's a T-Bolt came into the local gunshop, it was incredible, I held it but decided that 325.00 was to much to pay for it. I get a little sick feeling when that scene replays in my head.
I can imagine, they are great little rifles. A few months back I traded my dad a mini 14 for an anschutz woodchucker in 22lr that he had bought for my sister when we were kids(he got me one in wmr) that she sold back to him, he gave it to my brother who traded it back to him. It had a lot of sentimental value to me. I wanted to have the pair to pass down if I ever have kids. Looking back I wish I'd had held off seeing the minis going for a grand. I'm still glad I have it though.
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Here's one from 1971 that has been upgraded with a left-handed California English stock -

Wow, that's the wrong hand for me but it is absolutely breath taking
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1702D HB. I also own a 1710D HB that looks just like it.

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1702. Sadly sold.

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1702D HB. I also own a 1710D HB that looks just like it.

Was that em you first bought it? Have you scoped it yet?
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1702. Sadly sold.

She's very pretty. I think we all know the feeling of regret but there are always others out there to be had
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Here's one from 1971 that has been upgraded with a left-handed California English stock -

Upgraded barely does it justice. That is the most stunning stock!
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I still can't get over Hambone49's collection, obviously your a man of means, how long did it take to get.. is it 14...54's?
I know a fella that has an incredible collection of pre-64 model 70's...some high grades and every caliber, but Anschutz's, now that is class.
Some of those look like Meister grades, very nice.
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