Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

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Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

Post by xtimberman » Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:18 pm

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Re: Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

Post by Adam Lee » Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:57 pm

Neat gun! I like!
I'll be looking for a 14-1/2 to add to my .32 14 soon 'nuff....
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Re: Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

Post by Sarge756 » Sun Mar 29, 2015 12:09 am

And with that full length magazine it can go bang a bunch of times. Adam, couple of them on GB in 38-40.Better start moonlighting to fund one though.
Great group with those big holes BTW.
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Post by olskool » Sun Mar 29, 2015 5:47 am

man that's a nice one. i let one go in a pawn shop, they thought way to much of it for me...
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Post by Adam Lee » Sun Mar 29, 2015 5:58 am

olskool wrote:man that's a nice one. i let one go in a pawn shop, they thought way to much of it for me...
Yeah, xtimberman sure does get me wishin' for a 14-1/2 all of a sudden! (Not really - always been on my radar - however, rarity inflates prices accordingly..)

Joe, I noticed the 14-1/2 in .38-40 on GB too - maybe missed seeing another - and the price point is the usual, just south of $2k. Might not be moonlighting enough to get one - at this rate! LOL

(FYI Joe, I took apart my new/old 81 .300 Savage yesterday, I'll bring that up in another post.)

Again - xtim - classic pump you got there - and you got me thinking about .38-40 in my future!

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Post by olskool » Tue Mar 31, 2015 5:17 am

i wish i had the one i let go in the pawn shop now....
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Post by Gilbert » Sun Apr 05, 2015 11:54 pm

If you lit go of this weapons can i buy it,, its looks perfect for me the quality and the figure of this gun,, i was hooping to have this kind of weapons to be part of my collections..


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Post by xtimberman » Mon Apr 06, 2015 10:32 am

Gilbert wrote:If you lit go of this weapons can i buy it,, its looks perfect for me the quality and the figure of this gun,, i was hooping to have this kind of weapons to be part of my collections..
Sorry....but I find this sort of approach quite creepy - coming from a 1st-time poster. My BS antennae are in full-alert mode.

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The avatar is a pigeon.
:?: :?: :?:
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Re: Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

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Phyrbird wrote:The avatar is a pigeon.
:?: :?: :?:
They got pigeons in North Waziristan?

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Re: Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

Post by Adam Lee » Tue Apr 07, 2015 3:19 am

Xtimberman, Sir,

I just had to make a comment. I was sorry to see all of your great 8/81 and Model 14 photos disappear. I can understand getting put off by one oddball post, but that guy (or girl) was one of the many billions on this planet - who just came in for a nanosecond of time for the only reason to simply fart in our general direction. Just a waste of our website's bandwidth.

I, for one, am a history teacher (for my job - licensed teacher k-6 elementary and 6-8 middle school history & social studies) and the history of firearms is a favorite of mine. The pictures and history behind the guns we talk about on this forum are invaluable to my own learning - at 51, and with so many "stories of the gun" in the world, I am always learning something new!

I hope that you at least consider sharing images in the future with this great group. The greater good learns from authentic examples! I for one was liking that Model 12 .22, which is another "little brother" to the Model 14.

My 2 cents - hope I didn't offend. Take care!

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Re: Rem. 14 1/2 Rifle

Post by xtimberman » Tue Apr 07, 2015 7:10 am

Thanks Adam.

Sent you a PM.

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