Good Gun Deals This Week

Thank you @RR 314 and @Wishfulthinker580 for the pictures, they were very helpful.
So I'm talking from memory, but quite sure it is a pre-martini model. (it must have been, because when I was holding it, I was thinking to myself, "This does not look like a Heym Express. Those normally have great lines."

So 5400$ for an unadorned, basic pre-martini Heym Express in .416 Rigby. Still a good deal?
So, anyone have an idea if a Martini stock could be ordered and retrofitted to a pre-Martini Heym Express?
 
So, anyone have an idea if a Martini stock could be ordered and retrofitted to a pre-Martini Heym Express?
That would neat if it could be done but the cost to do so might nullify any savings on the rifle. It may make more sense to find a different rifle that is already set up in accordance with your tastes
 
So, anyone have an idea if a Martini stock could be ordered and retrofitted to a pre-Martini Heym Express?
If you’re doing that, might as well get a custom fit stock tailored to you
 
Not that it's repeatable but someone on my local board offered a Vortex Viper HST 6-24x50 for like $350 and who was I to refuse such a price??
 
You did good!!!

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Daaaaaaang! You wanna sell it lol

Well there is a chance of that now because I have a found a few others that have really caught my eye lol
I’m looking at a full stock 9.3x62 and a double .450/.400 NE. The main problem is I have an FFL buddy who is really good at finding stuff and hits the gun shows hard. I told him to quit texting me with these great guns because he’s going to cause marital issues by tempting me with buying these rifles
 
Well there is a chance of that now because I have a found a few others that have really caught my eye lol
I’m looking at a full stock 9.3x62 and a double .450/.400 NE. The main problem is I have an FFL buddy who is really good at finding stuff and hits the gun shows hard. I told him to quit texting me with these great guns because he’s going to cause marital issues by tempting me with buying these rifles
That’s a tough problem to have.
 
That’s a tough problem to have.

If only I could afford it. I’ve always been a working man’s type gun guy. Had the same two rifles that I use for everything since I was 12. First time ever getting into this and man I wish I swing some of them because they are gorgeous rifle.
 
If only I could afford it. I’ve always been a working man’s type gun guy. Had the same two rifles that I use for everything since I was 12. First time ever getting into this and man I wish I swing some of them because they are gorgeous rifle.
Share the love, brotha! :). Actually, please don't. :).
 
Not sure if this is a deal or not on a CZ in 375 but this seller usually prices right. $1495
 

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I have an opportunity to purchase a Winchester Model 70 Super Express in .416 REM for $1,800. No box or scope. It looks like a pretty clean gun all around. It also comes with two boxes of ammo. Is that a fair price? Do you all typically see them for much more?
Buy now. If it a Classic Super Express, with a New Haven serial number and markings, a Monte Carlo, stock, a soldered barrel swivel, not a barrel band, and fold down rear sight, that is a mid 1990s rifle. These are nice. I’ve owned a .375 and .458 of this series before Winchester went to the Safari Express with a different stock, barrel band sling swivel and NECG express rear sight.

Not many Super Express made in .416.
Post some pictures and we can help you spend your money, and get a great rifle.
 

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