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    So tonight i wrecked my wifes car and i have to sell my prize huting rifle to pay for the deductable.

    Remington 710 7mm mag
    Detach Mag
    Hi powered Scope
    Synthetic Stock
    Bi Pod

    50rds through it since new

    $550.00


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    Thats a good price but have no money. Bummer on the car.

    Good luck. I will ask around for you as well as deer season is this Sat.

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    hey thanks man the wife is PISSED!!!!!!! i think i had better sell this rifle fast before i become half the man i used to be......

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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    hey thanks man the wife is PISSED!!!!!!! i think i had better sell this rifle fast before i become half the man i used to be......
    Thats sad about your wife's car, Use her insurance dont sell you gun. sounds like she has your balls in her purse:P

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    our insurance deductable is why i am selling the gun

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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    So tonight i wrecked my wifes car and i have to sell my prize huting rifle to pay for the deductable.

    Remington 710 7mm mag
    Detach Mag
    Hi powered Scope
    Synthetic Stock
    Bi Pod

    50rds through it since new

    $550.00

    You forgot to mention that there have been two casualties caused by that rifle... A pretty young girls eyebrow got nailed because her face was too close to the scope when she pulled the trigger. Who was the second??? Did the owner (YOU) do the exact same thing???

    Yep, two eyebrows in the same hour, by the same scope. Great day of shooting!

    Sorry to hear about the car and rifle. Sad


    If anyone has a question about the rifle, cleanliness, accuracy etc, I was able to fire this weapon and can vouch for 5.0 condition forbarely used. Sweet ride!

    Keep the chin up Marine.

    Good Luck

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    ya ya i got bit by the rifle i love oh well hey alittle bump on the head is alot cheaper than a hooker lmao

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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    ya ya i got bit by the rifle i love oh well hey alittle bump on the head is alot cheaper than a hooker lmao
    Hey, she is a beautifull, INNOCENT, little girl.

    Slightly damaged from hanging out with former Marine, but that is to be expected!

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    INNOCENT MY ASS!!!!! She could have folded both of us and still walked away

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    Lol

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    Well now it is getting little "R". Sorry about yoru wife's car man.

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    r?

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    I mean rated "R"

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    Manu wrote:
    I mean rated "R"
    I hope he meant that she could have kicked our butts! She is a VERY SWEET, LITTLE LADY WHO IS VERY RELIGIOUS!.

    Heck of a handshake, though. Pretty sure she could kick our butts!



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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    r?
    Hey, what are the specs on the scope? Might have a buyer for ya.

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    its an AIM 6-24x50 Green 0r Red Lighted Mil- Dot Reticle

    U can speak to how well it shoots as you shot up most of my ammo :P

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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    its an AIM 6-24x50 Green 0r Red Lighted Mil- Dot Reticle

    U can speak to how well it shoots as you shot up most of my ammo :P
    Hey, look up at my other posts, I have testified as to the performance! The guy who might be interested has been briefed as well.

    I'll pass along the scope info.

    If I fired TWO (2) rounds out of your rifle and that was most of your ammo... You need areality check! ALWAYS HAVEA SURPLUS!

    I'll get back with ya soon,

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    Sorry man, real bummer. I thgought about your rifle, but...I took this picture a little after 3:00 this afternoon. The tree branch totaled the wife's car. $5404.00 repair cost for a $3500 car.

    Jim

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    Trigger Dr wrote:
    Sorry man, real bummer. I thgought about your rifle, but...I took this picture a little after 3:00 this afternoon. The tree branch totaled the wife's car. $5404.00 repair cost for a $3500 car.

    Jim
    Insurance deductible has to be lower than that...?
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    when it rains it poors dosnt it?

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    Tawnos wrote:
    Trigger Dr wrote:
    Sorry man, real bummer. I thgought about your rifle, but...I took this picture a little after 3:00 this afternoon. The tree branch totaled the wife's car. $5404.00 repair cost for a $3500 car.

    Jim
    Insurance deductible has to be lower than that...?
    True, but what insurance company is going to 150% of a cars value to repair it? Value of car $3500.00

    Repair cost $5404.00

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