Bullwinkle medicine😊

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Reach out and touch Bullwinkle at any range. My “vintage” (early 1980’s) Remington 700 BDL 7mm magnum with Burris (same vintage) 2x-7x scope. Rifle is in excellent condition with only a couple of small handling marks. All metal is “as new” and deep blue with no pitting/marks at all. Wood is nice and is a gloss finish.
The best part is that this rifle is a literal, tack driver. No problem shooting across that big cut.
Rifle can be test fired on my property. I have some assorted factory and some hand loads to go with.
Have to start liquidating rifles I don’t use anymore and I have no sons to leave them to. My BAR will be my deer rifle til I can’t hunt anymore. A beautiful and accurate classic. Asking $1000
Prefer face to face sale.
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7mm mag is an excellent round. I guided a moose hunter back in ‘09 when the herd was near its height in VT. He had a cow only tag. It was a sunny dry day following a day of torrential rain so when we jumped a cow around 1pm we were able to follow her tracks quite easily in the scuffed up leaves with the wet ground underneath. We followed her til almost 5pm with only a quick glimpse or two of her. Then we spotted her standing about 175 yards away, uphill, in a section of fairly open hardwoods. I knelt in front of my hunter and he used my shoulder as a rest to make one of the best shots I’ve ever seen in the north woods. That 175gr 7mm mag dropped the 650lb cow in her tracks, she never took a step!
 

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I knelt in front of my hunter and he used my shoulder as a rest to make one of the best shots I’ve ever seen in the north woods. That 175gr 7mm mag dropped the 650lb cow in her tracks, she never took a step!

HELLO ! HELLO ! CAN YOU HEAR ME ! Just testing to see if you can hear anything after having that 7mm blast go through your ear drums . :D
 

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Funny, because when I read the story, that's the first thing that came to mind. I bet that was loud. My brother shot a deer out my blind with a 7 mm mag. Didn't quite get the muzzle out beyond the window. He actually shot the zipper on the window. I had my ears plugged, slightly behind him. I think the blind came 2 feet off the ground.
 

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HELLO ! HELLO ! CAN YOU HEAR ME ! Just testing to see if you can hear anything after having that 7mm blast go through your ear drums . :D
Yeah it was loud but I was already half deaf with bad tinnitus to boot from 25 years in the Army at that point!
 

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In keeping with some recent posts about rifle prices “normalizing,” I’m lowering my price to $800 for members here only. 😊
 

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nice rifle i got rid of all my magnum rifles nothing in north america or alaska a magnum will kill that my beloved 280 ai won't kill just as dead
although i am looking hard at the 6.8 western
 

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Not sure how fast you want to move this but I wouldn’t go any lower than that price and would try to sell it elsewhere.
 

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You mean gunbroker? Do you have “elsewhere” in mind? Please share! 😊

Im sure there are a couple good gun shops up your way that will take in and sell a gun on
" Consignment " . I had great luck doing that and got full price . They usually charge 10 percent to handle the deal . I sold 5 or 6 guns like that at Riley's when they were in business . Always did well . They had a gun rack specifically for guns selling on consignment . This way it gave them more guns in inventory without having to use their capital . They were always willing to take the gun in if it was a sellable item. They would take their fee when it sold and send you a bank check for the rest . They would not take in overpriced junk that would sit on the shelf forever .
 

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Im sure there are a couple good gun shops up your way that will take in and sell a gun on
" Consignment " . I had great luck doing that and got full price . They usually charge 10 percent to handle the deal . I sold 5 or 6 guns like that at Riley's when they were in business . Always did well . They had a gun rack specifically for guns selling on consignment . This way it gave them more guns in inventory without having to use their capital . They were always willing to take the gun in if it was a sellable item. They would take their fee when it sold and send you a bank check for the rest . They would not take in overpriced junk that would sit on the shelf forever .
I have a local guy that likes to do consignments…just up the road. What I hate about consignment is every Tom, dick and Harry pawing my stuff…😂
Maybe I’ll take it over to him and up the price again…😊
 

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I was thinking a gun shop in your area, websites such as gunbroker or even a place like rokslide. Let the buyer pay shipping
 




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