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Things going well so far, appreciate everyone's interest. The Krag went today, first one of the bunch to actually trade cash and hands.

Pretty sure I've kept up with all the interest, but again if I've missed anyone send me a message.
 

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only to come back and tell us that they have everything listed at B&K for a hundred dollars more than any of us 'collectors' are willing to pay.
That's probably because they want full market and feel the buyer, rather than the seller, should pay the consignment fee.
 

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No, I get it...and trust me I know they need to make money to stay in business. I love local shops when I need something, but for the most part all the Gun Parlors of the world can get bent.

I like shops that sell C&R's especially because where there's volume, you might find a better example of what you're looking for in a matter of weeks as opposed to years waiting on NES for something to pop up by chance.
 

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Whats left as of now. Ya'll have been great so far, appreciate it!

1) Arisaka, Type 99, 1940

2) German, Mauser, BNZ K98, 1941 – SPF

3) German, Walther, K43, 1944 – SPF

4) Lee Enfield, No1Mk3 Lithgow, 1945

5) Russian SKS, Tula, 1952

6) Mosin Nagant, Tula Hex, 1935

7) Swedish, Mauser M96, 1905

8) Eddystone, M1917, 1918

9) Tokarev, SVT-40 Ishevsk/Finnish Capture, 1941

10) French, Lebel, Model 1886, 1922 – SPF

11) French, MAS 36, 1950-51

12) French, Lebel-Berthier, MLE 1907 Carbine

13) Santa Fe Arms, British Jungle Carbine, 1950-60

14) FN, Egyptian FN-49

15) Spanish, FR-8

16) Remington, Rolling Block, 1909

17) Remington, 1903A3, 1944

18) Springfield, M1863 – SPF

19) Czech, VZ52

20) BSA, Martini Henry, 1889

21) HRA, M1 Garand, 1953


PISTOLS

22) Steyr, Model 1912, 1913 – SPF

23) Dreyes, Model 1907, 1907

24) Nagant, Model 1895, 1944

25) Colt, Model 1903, 1917

26) Colt, Model 1917, 1918 – SPF

27) Smith & Wesson, Victory M&P

28) Enfield, No2Mk 1, 1942

29) Pietta, 1851 Colt Sherif BP/Percussion

30) Pietta, 1851 Navy BP/Percussion

31) Uberti, 1851 Remington BP/Percussion
 

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Updated list as of 3/14

Last call to the fine folks of NES, probably going to start listing on gunbroker at this time to start moving the rest, if there’s something you want to talk about send me a message!


4) Lee Enfield, No1Mk3 Lithgow, 1945
7) Swedish, Mauser M96, 1905
8) Eddystone, M1917, 1918
9) Tokarev, SVT-40 Ishevsk/Finnish Capture, 1941
10) French, Lebel, Model 1886, 1922 – SPF
11) French, MAS 36, 1950-51
12) French, Lebel-Berthier, MLE 1907 Carbine
13) Santa Fe Arms, British Jungle Carbine, 1950-60
15) Spanish, FR-8
16) Remington, Rolling Block, 1909
17) Remington, 1903A3, 1944
18) Springfield, M1863 – SPF
19) Czech, VZ52
20) BSA, Martini Henry, 1889
21) HRA, M1 Garand, 1953


PISTOLS
23) Dries, Model 1907, 1907
24) Nagant, Model 1895, 1944
25) Colt, Model 1903, 1917
27) Smith & Wesson, Victory M&P
28) Enfield, No2Mk 1, 1942
29) Pietta, 1851 Colt Sherif BP/Percussion
30) Pietta, 1851 Navy BP/Percussion
31) Uberti, 1851 Remington BP/Percussion
 
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Interested in the Nagant revolver, but if the stuff truly is pristine, probably out of my price range.
 
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