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I just picked these up earlier today. My sorry a$$ cousin took his dad's and grandfather's firearms and pawned them a while back. My Aunt called and told me she didnt want to pay the pawn fees on them any longer but wanted someone in the family to have them. I drove down today and plopped down a whopping $270.00 for all of these.

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An old Remington 1100 12 ga in excellent condition...no rust at all;
A Norinco SKS;
An old Bridge Gun Company single shot 16 ga.;
and best of all, a Remington Nylon 76 .22LR. This is a rare gun and I believe the only lever action .22 that Remington ever made and this one is in EXCELLENT condition with just a little freckling on the metal and no cracks or scratches on the stock.

Now I gotta go buy a friggin safe. For now I am going to store them in a friend's safe.

 

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Glad you saved them and returned them to the family. I would definitely say something to the cousin, next our paths crossed. Kudos to your aunt for letting you know too ! :righton:
 

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Those are some nice firearms. Good to see them where they needed to be with family not in a pawn shop
 
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