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Fs: West Hurley For $12,600?


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#1 normandy123

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Posted 17 October 2003 - 08:34 PM

Geeze, it even includes a WH C drum....!!!!
gotta run to the bank...!!!!

Sturmgewehr post as follows:
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Transferable Thompson Submachinegun, excellent condition
45 acp, Auto-Ordnance (West Hurley, NY)
It comes complete with an FBI hard case
100 Rd Drum Auto Ordnance
50 rd Seymour
(3) 30-rd mags
(2) 20-rd mags
both vertical and horizontal foregrips.
Extra Bolt still in wrapping
Manual
Form 4, in Texas
$12,600 Including shipping & insurance, excluding transfer taxes (by Buyer)


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#2 full auto 45

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Posted 17 October 2003 - 08:37 PM

I just saw that myself a few minutes ago. Holy crap I bet they guy doesn't know the differance between a WH & the others. Or maybe he is hoping to sucker in a yuppie on a spree. Or a buyer from that auction that took place.
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#3 The1930sRust

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Posted 18 October 2003 - 04:52 AM

Eh, so his pricing is a few years early. Given time, the market will catch up.....
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#4 fifthmdec

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Posted 22 October 2003 - 02:33 PM

Right on Guys,

Just sold a WH 1928 with case, WH L drum and 3 XX mags for 9K back in June. I had a Doug Richardson 28 finned barrel with compensator, Lyman rear sight, paddled selector levers, smooth later model 28 actuator and it was one of the WH .22 Full auto productions with the TF suffix changed over to a .45ACP model at the factory. Our man in Texas is a bit over board with his desire to pull in the big catch. Now have a Savage M1 with the second generation rear sight , also with matching SN and it shoots like a charm. See you at the end of the brass rainbow...
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