76 C&R firearms sent to auction.

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  • Zorros

    Ultimate Member
    Dec 10, 2017
    my collection has gone to reddings in gettysburg, almost all C&R with a few modern handguns/shotguns mixed in (Krag carbine to Garand rifles with much in between) . Offered a few here, but they all needed to go because I have listed my house for sale. moving and lugging around this collection, accumulated over many years, is too much work. But more to the point my interests these days in firearms have focused mainly on handguns, and many of these old military rifles whose bolts could be easily removed and put in a safe were used as decoration, hung on the walls of another house that I recently let go of.


    C&R Whisperer
    Sep 28, 2007
    Welcome to the club! Ditto for me. Letting go of mostly long arms, which are logistically a headache compared to handguns. Redding can take up to 6-8 months to get a consignment to auction. Don't think I've ever had anything sell in less than 4 months.

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