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    Hiding in the back of my safe

    A birthday present from my wife about 20 years ago. She got it from her stepdad for $1. Beretta Silver Hawk. Made in 1959. He paid $179.75 for it new. He fired around one box of shells through it. I have fired exactly 2 shells through it. I would say the condition is at 98% or better.
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    Sweet

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    Very nice. I have a Beretta 471 Silverhawk in 20 gauge. Now a days, you can get $3,500 or more for excellent used condition.

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    Speaking of hiding in the back of the safe...

    A very nice John Harper boxlock ejector 12 ga game gun. A favorite on doves


    Charles Armstrong 12 ga boxlock fowler


    John Rigby .375, built on a Mauser action
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    Now I've seen what's in the back of the safe what's in the front racks of the safe ?

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    Wonderful Trio, since your in Texas is the .375 a "Pig" rifle ?

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    An early '03 set up for National Match competition in the 1920's. Receiver sight is a Lyman 48.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayor View Post
    Now I've seen what's in the back of the safe what's in the front racks of the safe ?

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    Wonderful Trio, since your in Texas is the .375 a "Pig" rifle ?
    Front of my safe has my "user guns"...like my 700s!

    The .375 is actually owned by Paul Roberts, former owner of Rigby's. This rifle killed several moose (mooses?) in Sweden.
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    Got this M70 Win from Cabela's, sitting forgotten after a closeout sale. 7mm Mauser Supergrade that Cabela's had made up by Win a few years back. Using my Cabela's points, Vet discount and sale price, I got it for $400.00 out the door.
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    How about a Cooper custom classic in .30-06? Nice piece of walnut.
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    Your 375 is awesome


 
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