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#7135453 - 04/07/18 07:22 PM Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go!
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Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
I'm tripping over stuff I don't need and don't even know where most of it came from and I can't find what I DO need, so this stuff has GOTTA GO! If you need to see photos, send me a PM and I'll see about adding them to this thread.

All reasonable offers will be entertained. Unreasonable offers will just be considered entertainment. wink

Shipping will be on your dime.

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1. RCBS Case Master Gauging Tool (87310) - lightly used, complete with instructions. - - - $85

2. Talley Lightweight ringmounts, Model 70 - medium height, matte finish. Like new. - - - $35

3. Lyman 55 Powder Measure - painted grey, not sure if this is the original finish; kind of old, not in perfect shape; hand crank casting is cracked, but perfectly functional. - - - $35

4. RCBS Primer Pocket Swager Tool 2 (9481) - lightly used - - - $28

5. Hornady Anneal Kit (041220) - 3 case holders (222/223, 308/30-06, 7mm/300 Mag sizes), minus the Tempilaq - - - $9 ***SPF***

6. R-P .25-06 brass, new, 100/bag, 2 bags - - - $40 / bag

7. .220 Swift brass, W-W Super headstamp. Fired unknown times, but seems to be in good shape. Annealed. 199 pieces. - - - $20 ***SPF***

8. Nosler .30-cal Accubonds, 180 grains. Factory seconds, one unopened bag of 50, one bag of 32 pieces.- - - $25 ***SPF***

9. Redding die lock rings, 35 ea. - - - $25 ***SPF***

10. Lee Die lock ring, 10 ea. - - - $5 ***SPF***

11. RCBS Die lock ring, 18 each. - - - $15

12. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .222 Remington - - - $7

13. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .220 Swift - - - $7

14. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .280/7mm Express - - - $7

15. TruGlo reflecx sight, Dual Color Multi Reticle, with UTG QD riser - - - $40

16. Pachmayr Presentation grip, S7W "K" square butt - - - $10

17. Remington 700 rear guard screw - - - $4 ***SPF***

18. DAC Trigger lock w/key - - $5

19. Weaver mount, S-453 w/screws (48270). Steel, matte finished Weaver base. Seems to fit Winchester 52 repro front & rear. Other known applications, used as a front base for the following firearms, Cooper 36, 38, 21, Kimber M82A; M82B Round Top; M82C Hornet; M84 round top, Weatherby Acu-Mark. Used as a rear base for the following firearms, Kimber M82A; M82B round top. 4 available. - - - $3 each

20. Remington 541/581 replacement firing pin, 4 each - - $5 ***SPF***

21. American Defense QD mount, AD-T1-L (1107). Purchased to QD mount a Vortex prism scope, never followed through. - - - $50 ***SPF***

22. Redfield mount 1-piece, Std JR, 788-XLA, gloss, w/screws. - - - $10

23. Burris Redfield Std JR-style rings, low/gloss (I have been told these are most likely Burris rings, and I think that is probably correct) - - - $10

24. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Model 70 (equal hole spacing front-rear), matte finish. No screw. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

25. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Remington 541/581, gloss. Head of one windage screw was ground for bolt handle clearance. No screws. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

26. Burris Signature rings, rimfire (420076). Matte finish. - - - $20

27. Possum Hollow Deluxe Flash Hole Deburring Tool (559829), with instructions. - - - $10 ***SPF***

28. Weaver mounts. set for Remington 788 (75 & 76) 48076 / 48075. Aluminum gloss. New in unopened packaging. - - - $6 ***SPF***

29 & 30. HKS Speedloader, 27. N-frame .38 /.357 Model 27/28 & Ruger Redhawk .357, have 2 available - - - $5 ea. ***SPF***
31. HKS Speedloader, PY-A. Colt Python .38 / .357, have 1 available - - - $5

32. Redfield Std JR rings, medium gloss. - - - $10

33. Redfield mount, Std JR type "70-A" 1-piece for Model 70. Think this came off a pre-64 M70. - - - $8

34. Redfield Std JR type rings, matte / high. - - - $10

35. Mauser 98 type Fajen synthetic stock. Stock is bubba-ized where clearance for bolt closure is relieved.- - - $15 ***SPF***

36. Winchester Model 70 Heavy barrel S/A Hogue overmolded stock. Aluminum bedding block. Unaltered and in decent shape. - - - $115

37. Winchester Model 70 L/A synthetic stock, buttpad has USRAC / New Haven in small text. Inletted area for bottom metal appears to be altered for 1-piece bottom metal, but not sure. It's kinda bubba-ized. - - - $15

38. Remington 798 stock, walnut. Uncheckered. One semi-serious gouge on cheekpad, other finish blemishes. Good candidate for refinish & checkering. - - - $45

39. Interarms Mk.X stock (M98), walnut, checkered (if ya wanna call that "checkering") and UNfinished. Small gouge on cheekpad. Has swivel studs installed. Will need fitting to barreled action. - - - $60

40. Remington 788 stock (.222/.223 action length), from Silver Hill. Screwed up sanding out barrel channel, will need to be cut and a fore end cap added. Gave up and didn't want to mess with it anymore. Partially finished. - - - $40

41. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Classic style. Okay as is for a beater stock. Nice grain for Birchwood. Could be pretty nice if refinished. - - - $25

42. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Monte Carlo style. Okay as is for beater stock. Refinish candidate. - - - $20

43. Winchester M70 stock, pre-64. Bubba-ized with a recontour job by unknown party. From a ca. 1961 .264 Westerner, Monte Carlo style. No cracks, serviceable stock. Use it as a beater on the hunt that you know will torture your pristime per-64. Inletting is unmolested. - - - $40
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Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

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#7137088 - 04/09/18 08:04 PM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
RiverRider Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
Up.
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Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

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#7138593 - 04/11/18 04:58 PM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
RiverRider Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
Updated list, 11 April 2018




1. RCBS Case Master Gauging Tool (87310) - lightly used, complete with instructions. - - - $85

2. Talley Lightweight ringmounts, Model 70 - medium height, matte finish. Like new. - - - $35

3. Lyman 55 Powder Measure - painted grey, not sure if this is the original finish; kind of old, not in perfect shape; hand crank casting is cracked, but perfectly functional. - - - $35 ***SPF***

4. RCBS Primer Pocket Swager Tool 2 (9481) - lightly used - - - $28

5. Hornady Anneal Kit (041220) - 3 case holders (222/223, 308/30-06, 7mm/300 Mag sizes), minus the Tempilaq - - - $9 ***SPF***

6. R-P .25-06 brass, new, 100/bag, 2 bags - - - $40 / bag ***SPF***

7. .220 Swift brass, W-W Super headstamp. Fired unknown times, but seems to be in good shape. Annealed. 199 pieces. - - - $20 ***SPF***

8. Nosler .30-cal Accubonds, 180 grains. Factory seconds, one unopened bag of 50, one bag of 32 pieces.- - - $25 ***SPF***

9. Redding die lock rings, 35 ea. - - - $25 ***SPF***

10. Lee Die lock ring, 10 ea. - - - $5 ***SPF***

11. RCBS Die lock ring, 18 each. - - - $15

12. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .222 Remington - - - $7

13. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .220 Swift - - - $7

14. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .280/7mm Express - - - $7

15. TruGlo reflex sight, Dual Color Multi Reticle, with UTG QD riser - - - $40 ***SPF***

16. Pachmayr Presentation grip, S&W "K" square butt - - - $10

17. Remington 700 rear guard screw - - - $4 ***SPF***

18. DAC Trigger lock w/key - - $5

19. Weaver mount, S-453 w/screws (48270). Steel, matte finished Weaver base. Seems to fit Winchester 52 repro front & rear. Other known applications, used as a front base for the following firearms, Cooper 36, 38, 21, Kimber M82A; M82B Round Top; M82C Hornet; M84 round top, Weatherby Acu-Mark. Used as a rear base for the following firearms, Kimber M82A; M82B round top. 4 available. - - - $3 each

20. Remington 541/581 replacement firing pin, 4 each - - $5 ***SPF***

21. American Defense QD mount, AD-T1-L (1107). Purchased to QD mount a Vortex prism scope, never followed through. - - - $50 ***SPF***

22. Redfield mount 1-piece, Std JR, 788-XLA, gloss, w/screws. - - - $10

23. Burris Redfield Std JR-style rings, low/gloss (I have been told these are most likely Burris rings, and I think that is probably correct) - - - $10

24. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Model 70 (equal hole spacing front-rear), matte finish. No screw. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

25. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Remington 541/581, gloss. Head of one windage screw was ground for bolt handle clearance. No screws. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

26. Burris Signature rings, rimfire (420076). Matte finish. - - - $20

27. Possum Hollow Deluxe Flash Hole Deburring Tool (559829), with instructions. - - - $10 ***SPF***

28. Weaver mounts. set for Remington 788 (75 & 76) 48076 / 48075. Aluminum gloss. New in unopened packaging. - - - $6 ***SPF***

29 & 30. HKS Speedloader, 27. N-frame .38 /.357 Model 27/28 & Ruger Redhawk .357, have 2 available - - - $5 ea. ***SPF***

31. HKS Speedloader, PY-A. Colt Python .38 / .357, have 1 available - - - $5

32. Redfield Std JR rings, medium gloss. - - - $10

33. Redfield mount, Std JR type "70-A" 1-piece for Model 70. Think this came off a pre-64 M70. - - - $8

34. Redfield Std JR type rings, matte / high. - - - $10

35. Mauser 98 type Fajen synthetic stock. Stock is bubba-ized where clearance for bolt closure is relieved.- - - $15 ***SPF***

36. Winchester Model 70 Heavy barrel S/A Hogue overmolded stock. Aluminum bedding block. Unaltered and in decent shape. - - - $115

37. Winchester Model 70 L/A synthetic stock, buttpad has USRAC / New Haven in small text. Inletted area for bottom metal appears to be altered for 1-piece bottom metal, but not sure. It's kinda bubba-ized. - - - $15

38. Remington 798 stock, walnut. Uncheckered. One semi-serious gouge on cheekpad, other finish blemishes. Good candidate for refinish & checkering. - - - $45

39. Interarms Mk.X stock (M98), walnut, checkered (if ya wanna call that "checkering") and UNfinished. Small gouge on cheekpad. Has swivel studs installed. Will need fitting to barreled action. - - - $60

40. Remington 788 stock (.222/.223 action length), from Silver Hill. Screwed up sanding out barrel channel, will need to be cut and a fore end cap added. Gave up and didn't want to mess with it anymore. Partially finished. - - - $40

41. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Classic style. Okay as is for a beater stock. Nice grain for Birchwood. Could be pretty nice if refinished. - - - $25

42. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Monte Carlo style. Okay as is for beater stock. Refinish candidate. - - - $20

43. Winchester M70 stock, pre-64. Bubba-ized with a recontour job by unknown party. From a ca. 1961 .264 Westerner, Monte Carlo style. No cracks, serviceable stock. Use it as a beater on the hunt that you know will torture your pristine per-64. Inletting is unmolested. - - - $40
_________________________


Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

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#7140655 - 04/13/18 09:05 PM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
RiverRider Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
Up for the weekend.
_________________________


Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

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#7140782 - 04/14/18 06:35 AM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
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Registered: 07/08/15
Posts: 1915
Iíd give ya $25 for a bag of the 25 06 brass if you still have it

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#7141175 - 04/14/18 06:36 PM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
RiverRider Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
Updated list, 14 April 2018




1. RCBS Case Master Gauging Tool (87310) - lightly used, complete with instructions. - - - $85

2. Talley Lightweight ringmounts, Model 70 - medium height, matte finish. Like new. - - - $35

3. Lyman 55 Powder Measure - painted grey, not sure if this is the original finish; kind of old, not in perfect shape; hand crank casting is cracked, but perfectly functional. - - - $35 ***SPF***

4. RCBS Primer Pocket Swager Tool 2 (9481) - lightly used - - - $28

5. Hornady Anneal Kit (041220) - 3 case holders (222/223, 308/30-06, 7mm/300 Mag sizes), minus the Tempilaq - - - $9 ***SPF***

6. R-P .25-06 brass, new, 100/bag, 2 bags - - - $40 / bag ***SPF***

7. .220 Swift brass, W-W Super headstamp. Fired unknown times, but seems to be in good shape. Annealed. 199 pieces. - - - $20 ***SPF***

8. Nosler .30-cal Accubonds, 180 grains. Factory seconds, one unopened bag of 50, one bag of 32 pieces.- - - $25 ***SPF***

9. Redding die lock rings, 35 ea. - - - $25 ***SPF***

10. Lee Die lock ring, 10 ea. - - - $5 ***SPF***

11. RCBS Die lock ring, 18 each. - - - $15

12. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .222 Remington - - - $7 ***SPF***

13. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .220 Swift - - - $7

14. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .280/7mm Express - - - $7

15. TruGlo reflex sight, Dual Color Multi Reticle, with UTG QD riser - - - $40 ***SPF***

16. Pachmayr Gripper grip, S&W "K" square butt - - - $10

17. Remington 700 rear guard screw - - - $4 ***SPF***

18. DAC Trigger lock w/key - - $5

19. Weaver mount, S-453 w/screws (48270). Steel, matte finished Weaver base. Seems to fit Winchester 52 repro front & rear. Other known applications, used as a front base for the following firearms, Cooper 36, 38, 21, Kimber M82A; M82B Round Top; M82C Hornet; M84 round top, Weatherby Acu-Mark. Used as a rear base for the following firearms, Kimber M82A; M82B round top. 4 available. - - - $3 each

20. Remington 541/581 replacement firing pin, 4 each - - $5 ***SPF***

21. American Defense QD mount, AD-T1-L (1107). Purchased to QD mount a Vortex prism scope, never followed through. - - - $50 ***SPF***

22. Redfield mount 1-piece, Std JR, 788-XLA, gloss, w/screws. - - - $10 ***SPF***

23. Burris Redfield Std JR-style rings, low/gloss (I have been told these are most likely Burris rings, and I think that is probably correct) - - - $10

24. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Model 70 (equal hole spacing front-rear), matte finish. No screw. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

25. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Remington 541/581, gloss. Head of one windage screw was ground for bolt handle clearance. No screws. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

26. Burris Signature rings, rimfire (420076). Matte finish. - - - $20

27. Possum Hollow Deluxe Flash Hole Deburring Tool (559829), with instructions. - - - $10 ***SPF***

28. Weaver mounts. set for Remington 788 (75 & 76) 48076 / 48075. Aluminum gloss. New in unopened packaging. - - - $6 ***SPF***

29 & 30. HKS Speedloader, 27. N-frame .38 /.357 Model 27/28 & Ruger Redhawk .357, have 2 available - - - $5 ea. ***SPF***

31. HKS Speedloader, PY-A. Colt Python .38 / .357, have 1 available - - - $5

32. Redfield Std JR rings, medium gloss. - - - $10 ***SPF***

33. Redfield mount, Std JR type "70-A" 1-piece for Model 70. Think this came off a pre-64 M70. - - - $8

34. Redfield Std JR type rings, matte / high. - - - $10

35. Mauser 98 type Fajen synthetic stock. Stock is bubba-ized where clearance for bolt closure is relieved.- - - $15 ***SPF***

36. Winchester Model 70 Heavy barrel S/A Hogue overmolded stock. Aluminum bedding block. Unaltered and in decent shape. - - - $115

37. Winchester Model 70 L/A synthetic stock, buttpad has USRAC / New Haven in small text. Inletted area for bottom metal appears to be altered for 1-piece bottom metal, but not sure. It's kinda bubba-ized. - - - $15

38. Remington 798 stock, walnut. Uncheckered. One semi-serious gouge on cheekpad, other finish blemishes. Good candidate for refinish & checkering. - - - $45

39. Interarms Mk.X stock (M98), walnut, checkered (if ya wanna call that "checkering") and UNfinished. Small gouge on cheekpad. Has swivel studs installed. Will need fitting to barreled action. - - - $60

40. Remington 788 stock (.222/.223 action length), from Silver Hill. Screwed up sanding out barrel channel, will need to be cut and a fore end cap added. Gave up and didn't want to mess with it anymore. Partially finished. - - - $40 ***SPF***

41. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Classic style. Okay as is for a beater stock. Nice grain for Birchwood. Could be pretty nice if refinished. - - - $25 ***SPF***

42. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Monte Carlo style. Okay as is for beater stock. Refinish candidate. - - - $20 ***SPF***

43. Winchester M70 stock, pre-64. Bubba-ized with a recontour job by unknown party. From a ca. 1961 .264 Westerner, Monte Carlo style. No cracks, serviceable stock. Use it as a beater on the hunt that you know will torture your pristine per-64. Inletting is unmolested. - - - $40
_________________________


Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

Top
#7143631 - 04/17/18 06:13 PM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
RiverRider Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
Updated 18 Apr 2018



1. RCBS Case Master Gauging Tool (87310) - lightly used, complete with instructions. - - - $85

2. Talley Lightweight ringmounts, Model 70 - medium height, matte finish. Like new. - - - $35

4. RCBS Primer Pocket Swager Tool 2 (9481) - lightly used - - - $28 ***SPF***

11. RCBS Die lock ring, 18 each. - - - $15

12. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .222 Remington - - - $7 ***SPF***

13. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .220 Swift - - - $7

14. Lee "Dead Length" seating die, .280/7mm Express - - - $7

16. Pachmayr Gripper grip, S&W "K" square butt - - - $10

18. DAC Trigger lock w/key - - $5

19. Weaver mount, S-453 w/screws (48270). Steel, matte finished Weaver base. Seems to fit Winchester 52 repro front & rear. Other known applications, used as a front base for the following firearms, Cooper 36, 38, 21, Kimber M82A; M82B Round Top; M82C Hornet; M84 round top, Weatherby Acu-Mark. Used as a rear base for the following firearms, Kimber M82A; M82B round top. 4 available. - - - $3 each

22. Redfield mount 1-piece, Std JR, 788-XLA, gloss, w/screws. - - - $10 ***SPF***

23. Burris Redfield Std JR-style rings, low/gloss (I have been told these are most likely Burris rings, and I think that is probably correct) - - - $10

24. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Model 70 (equal hole spacing front-rear), matte finish. No screw. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

25. Unknown mfg. Std JR type mount, 2-piece, Remington 541/581, gloss. Head of one windage screw was ground for bolt handle clearance. No screws. Think it's Leupold. - - - $10

26. Burris Signature rings, rimfire (420076). Matte finish. - - - $20

31. HKS Speedloader, PY-A. Colt Python .38 / .357, have 1 available - - - $5

32. Redfield Std JR rings, medium gloss. - - - $10 ***SPF***

33. Redfield mount, Std JR type "70-A" 1-piece for Model 70. Think this came off a pre-64 M70. - - - $8

34. Redfield Std JR type rings, matte / high. - - - $10

36. Winchester Model 70 Heavy barrel S/A Hogue overmolded stock. Aluminum bedding block. Unaltered and in decent shape. - - - $115

37. Winchester Model 70 L/A synthetic stock, buttpad has USRAC / New Haven in small text. Inletted area for bottom metal appears to be altered for 1-piece bottom metal, but not sure. It's kinda bubba-ized. - - - $15

38. Remington 798 stock, walnut. Uncheckered. One semi-serious gouge on cheekpad, other finish blemishes. Good candidate for refinish & checkering. - - - $45 ***SPF***

39. Interarms Mk.X stock (M98), walnut, checkered (if ya wanna call that "checkering") and UNfinished. Small gouge on cheekpad. Has swivel studs installed. Will need fitting to barreled action. - - - $60 ***SPF***

40. Remington 788 stock (.222/.223 action length), from Silver Hill. Screwed up sanding out barrel channel, will need to be cut and a fore end cap added. Gave up and didn't want to mess with it anymore. Partially finished. - - - $40 ***SPF***

41. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Classic style. Okay as is for a beater stock. Nice grain for Birchwood. Could be pretty nice if refinished. - - - $25 ***SPF***

42. Remington 788 stock (.222 / .223 action length), hardwood. Monte Carlo style. Okay as is for beater stock. Refinish candidate. - - - $20 ***SPF***

43. Winchester M70 stock, pre-64. Bubba-ized with a recontour job by unknown party. From a ca. 1961 .264 Westerner, Monte Carlo style. No cracks, serviceable stock. Use it as a beater on the hunt that you know will torture your pristine per-64. Inletting is unmolested. - - - $40
_________________________


Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

Top
#7144799 - 04/18/18 07:07 PM Re: Spring cleaning...gun stuff has to go! [Re: RiverRider]
RiverRider Online   content
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7877
Loc: Wise Co.
TTT
_________________________


Originally Posted By: Ronald Reagan
It's not that liberals are not smart, it's just that so much of what they know isn't so.

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