Robert Stack's Browning for sale

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  • jonnyl

    Ultimate Member
    Sep 23, 2009
    5,969
    Frederick
    That's really cool. I always like him in the Untouchables. It's just a leeetle outta my price range though... :)
     

    j8064

    Garrett Co Hooligan #1
    Feb 23, 2008
    11,635
    Deep Creek
    August, you oughta jump all over that auction. Just think of it as part of Maddie's college fund (providing you could find some other buyer willing to part with say $60K in a few years. Good luck on that happening...:innocent0
     

    august1410

    Marcas Registradas
    Apr 10, 2009
    22,563
    New Bern, NC
    August, you oughta jump all over that auction. Just think of it as part of Maddie's college fund (providing you could find some other buyer willing to part with say $60K in a few years. Good luck on that happening...:innocent0

    Wonder if my in-laws will notice the second mortgage on their house and that one of their cars is missing?
     

    mbz300sdl

    Gone living free now!!!
    Apr 12, 2010
    10,644
    South Carolina
    I remember growing up watching Unsolved Mysteries and I recall him in a movie about the Titanic as well. I don't think I ever saw his version of the Untouchables i'll have to keep an eye out for that one.

    So does my original post...who the f*ck would pay $45,000 for a USED shotgun. I don't care if it WAS shot by Robert Stack and Gary Cooper. It's a USED Browning. :innocent0

    Well Gary Cooper maybe since we share the same birthday and I had everything else I want money wise.
     

    rob-ss

    Active Member
    May 4, 2010
    195
    Maryland
    I could buy a decent piece of proerty (in another state other than Maryland) for $45K:shocked4:.....but it is a nice piece though.
     

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