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Pre Owned Browning Challenger .22LR - Made in 1970 in Belgium Pre Owned Glock 17 Gen3 RTF Vickers Pre Owned Colt Targetsman w/Box and Paperwork - 1969
Pre Owned Glock 17 Gen3 RTF Vickers
List Price: $659.99
Our Price: $659.99
There once was a time in this country if you were a hunter or outdoorsman, there was Browning and then everything else.
This gun is from that time period.
Built in Belgium in 1970 and in very nice condition.
This is the type of gun that, that one cool uncle (You now he one with the Corvette) would show with when everyone got together o shoot on Sunday.
Barrel is 6 3/4 inches, slim adjustable rear sight.
The Belgium Challengers were made from 1962-1975.
So if you have been looking for a great vintage Browning .22 pistol, come get one.
Browning announced in May of 2018 that the Browning Hi-Power P-35 was being retired, so other Brownings will start getting harder to find as less models are being made.
These Glock's are considered by Glockers as one of the best Glocks made.
It is the RTF Vickers edition.
Vickers sight, Apex trigger and Vickers frame plug.
1-17 round magazine and factory case.
1 box of ammo has been though this gun.
These are a true hard to find jewel.
This is the first year serial numbers for all models: Sport, Target, Match Target, Huntsman, and Targetsman, became integrated. There were only 65000 Targetsman built, while complete production of all S model (S Frame) was over 690,000 making this model (Targetsman) less than 10% of total production. This is a really nice gun with most everything that came with it new (Missing 4 way screwdriver). Please understand this is not a safe queen, she was used but well cared for. I tend to over exaggerate pictures on harder to find guns, except for the wear around the grip frame( reality it is bluing fading)
The gun is a really clean shooter or a great entry to moderate level collector. As for full disclosure, the spring that hold upward tension on the rear sight is missing. So the sight falls to the lowest level of hight adjustment
Serial numbers for all models: Sport, Target, Match Target, Huntsman, and Targetsman, integrated early in 1969 and restarted at 001001S.
Pre Owned Sig Sauer 226-9-TAC in Case - German Made Pre Owned Weatherby Mark V - Build by Sauer 1963 with Hensoldt Wetzlar 4x32 DIATAL Scope Pre Owned Colt 8 inch Python 1981 - In Box - Looks Unfired
Sig 226-9-TAC in case German made.
Threaded barrel, 2 magazines (15 rounds each), with case.
Gun is very clean.
There are some finish spots on the front strap and trigger guard.
German made Sigs have been steadily rising in price on the used market.
Gun is well cared for.
It is out of a private collection that we have been asked to help sell a few guns at a time from.

*NOTE: Ammo and Silencer not included - shown for demonstrative purposes only.
Weatherby Mark V build by Sauer 1963 with a Hensoldt Wetzlar 4x32 DIATAL scope.
We recently sold a newer Mark V with the description "What all other rifles want to be when they grow up".
Well, this is the Weatherby that all other Weatherbys want to be.
Built by Sauer in West Germany between 1959-1973.
Gun is just mag with correct period German Hensoldt/Wetzlar Diatal 4X32 rifle scope w/rail.
Also quick release mounts and the option of of use of iron sights while scope is mounted.
Also has the super nice sling screws and double set tigger.
This model was built from 1959 to 1973, with 1963 being he last year of serial numbers without prefixes.
As with this gun.
The pictures do not do this gun justice, it has been in the field and has a few minor hunting marks.
Scope is clear and has fine crosshairs.
If you want or have been looking for an early Weatherby this will do nicely.
Colt 8 inch Python 1981 in box looks unfired.
No cylinder ringing or bluing issues.
Box is a little ruff, and end lad with serial number is detached.
This is by far the nicest like new in he box Python I have seen in some time.
As these continue you to increase in price, especially one's in this condition, I am reminded of an old TV commercial for Fram Oil Filters "You can pay me now, or pay me later".
To illustrate this point I have bought and sold Pythons in the 80's for an average of 400.00 each.
Paying later sure got expensive as the ad suggested even back then.