#1 30-06 centenial

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R77PA

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Saw a 30-06 centenial (1 of 500) with average wood w/box for $599. issue is there were 2 dings in wood that could not even be steamed out along with others that could be. blueing was perfect. Nice looking gun that maybe worth it for a shooter by itself. What are they going for?
 

ltapd204

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I gave $750.00 for a NIB last year and turned it into a shooter :)

I walked into a gun store and told the owner I wanted a #1-A in 30-06. He said he had a centennial edition at which I told him I wasn't looking for a collector rifle, but something to shoot. He offered to sell it to me at a good price so I bought it and took it home and made it a shooter instead of NIB. Of course it still looks brand new.

If you don't take it will you PM me where it is located?
 
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yessir, darn good price for one of them, wholesale for any of the newer ones is in the $800 range ( I think Boggs has them $838...) and if you shop the other distributors, have heard of them a bit cheaper...so thats GOOD.....
after all the new retail is $1182........
 
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