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The price wasn't bad if it was really clean.
Muzzlehatch, ignore this poster, he'll turn right around and flip that gun for 200 dollars!Dibs
I'll give 198 for yours
I'm with you on this....saying these are nice guns is like saying water is wet....an understatement. From the generation that whipped the Germans in WWII, endured the cold war, and laid the foundation for putting a man on the moon. Those guys knew how to build good stuff! :bthumb:Muzzlehatch, ignore this poster, he'll turn right around and flip that gun for 200 dollars!
44, I'll see your 198 and raise you $10!!!!
I took my 63 out last friday and was reminded of just how good it is. Quality? None better. Ever. Accurate? Dead on out to 50 yards where I was making shotgun shells disappear with it. Beautiful? Oh please. And I love the rear biased balance. The 63 is an example of what could be built when top drawer engineers, in this case Thomas C. Johnson, pull out all the stops, without the hindrance of the bean counters trying to shave corners. This gun ROCKS.