Discussion in 'Free Classifieds' started by Bas, Sep 22, 2019.
Those have to be great rifles in stainless. I didn’t know the Winchester was made in stainless? Very cool. I’ve never owned a stainless rifle. I’ve hunted in rain, freezing sleet and snow with my blued Browning A Bolt with no rusting, but you have to wipe it off after done hunting and put tape or a condom (my wife has questioned this?) over the barrel while hunting. My buddy used it in Newfoundland where it rained every day for a week, but no rusting? Interesting?
I hasn't been for sale in 4 pages.
But, the entertainment value has been priceless.
Does anyone have an opinion on how Hornady DGX would work from this rifle with hot loads at 25 yards?
No, but if you buy the rifle you can find out! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
This has been the longest and most entertaining “free classifieds” thread I’ve ever seen here on AH! Do you have any more rifles for sale? Ha! Ha! Ha! Getting back to reality though (which is really not as much fun), you have a very fine rifle for sale and someone should by it NOW!
My favorite quote regarding Weatherby is when Capstick said
“Clearly, the buffalo had not read the energy charts for the .460 and was blissfully ignorant thy he should have collapsed like a dynamited bridge from shock alone.”
The Winchester Classic Stainless was made somewhere between 1994-2005. They are kind of hard to come by, so I snatched this one up last week on Gunbroker.
I liked the ad, it was clear that the original poster didn’t want to deal with people who weren’t versed in the rifle/cartridge combo, or who had no real intent to purchase, Whether they read this post in their smoking jacket or their double wide trailer. I wish people would communicate on the internet as they would in person. I equate this whole thing as trying to sell a fine sports car, (vintage Italian, British, and German) and avoiding people showing up and asking if it has variable valve timing and is good on fuel. I wasn’t offended. Hope you sell your rifle.
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