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  • #16
    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    Good Find. Unfortunately, I've never been so lucky.

    Must be nice. I have heard estate sales are another good place to find deals on guns and ammo, though, I personally haven't been to one.
    I found for speculation, 36 rounds of Winchester 3 1/2" 'blind side' steel shells. BB's $10.00. What are they worth ?











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    • #17
      Originally posted by PigHunter
      It's rare for me to do so. Already have just about everything I need. Trying to get rid of things now, instead of accumulating them.
      I bought an unused spare parka at a damaged freight store that was part of a historic multi Country Antarctic trek. Paid a few dollars for it in like new condition. Sold it on e-bay for over $3,000.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Treestand View Post
        The last estate sale, I bought a 1951 Win M-94 32W-spl. wt saddle ring (NIB) box has some water damage, Rifle is 100%. $1,800 this will sell for $2,500 all day long.
        So a guy could make a business of putting saddle rings on model '94's. LOL

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        • #19
          Be cautious about shooting any steel shot larger than BB, especially if the velocity is hopped up. There might be a reason why those shells were being dumped at a garage sale. Local scrap metal dealer might have made a corresponding acquisition of banana peel shotgun barrels.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Ontario Honker Hunter View Post
            Be cautious about shooting any steel shot larger than BB, especially if the velocity is hopped up. There might be a reason why those shells were being dumped at a garage sale. Local scrap metal dealer might have made a corresponding acquisition of banana peel shotgun barrels.
            I don't think Winchester would do that.

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            • #21
              I always shop at garage sales. With the onset of the pandemic, people began to be afraid to contact strangers, so the number of sales decreased markedly. I also organized several garage sales when the amount of junk in the garage reached its maximum. My wife loves to buy strange things and then not use them. Two years ago, I even ordered a carport installation from a company that offering quality and cost-effective designs​. Thus, there was enough space in the garage for all things. But in the end, we realized that junk only occupies a place and does not bring any benefit.
              Last edited by Johtancav; 09-14-2022, 06:34 AM.

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