Police Rifle on Gunbroker

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Police Rifle on Gunbroker

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Just in case anyone is interested....

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =341957627

Seems a little high priced though!

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WOW! Shazam Batman, look at that!! (Where's Batman's money when I need it?)
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Funny that you should comment that way....Batman 6 was my call sign when I was flying helicopters in Vietnam.

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Indeed. Gotta love God-incidences. :D My good friend (passed away now) who really got me going on guns did two tours as a helo pilot, was shot down three times... never occurred to me to ask his call sign.
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Thanks for the "heads up". I had bid on that rifle 10 years ago and "lost" it to a gentleman from Utah. He and I exchanged emails at the time and then I lost track of him. This time , I won the auction and a rifle that I kicked myself for letting it get away now is headed to me. Thanks again for the heads up. All my best , Joe.

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Congratulations sir! That is a very nice rifle and one that you are sure to enjoy. The 10 round POE magazine is a very rare find & its great that its numbers matching to the rifle. Congrats again on purchasing a fine rifle. Wow ... 10 years later & you're finally bringing it home. That's a great story & a beautiful rifle! Enjoy Life, S and S HUNTCLUB

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another Police rifle in the stable, congrats Joe! That's a cool POE Model 8 :D
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Cam, it will be nice to have another Police Rifle in the rack and also, a tip of the Hat to the fine Gentlemen of S and S Hunt Club for not pushing the auction too hard. Perhaps I can return the favor to them at some time in the future. Again, all my very best to the fine members of this Forum. Joe.

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Hey Joe, if you're willing to share, I would love to know the serial number on that spare 15 round magazine. thegreatmodel8 keeps a confidential database, as research, of all known, existing 8 & 81 POE's. Give me an email if you're willing to share that info. cat9x@hotmail.com

Congrats again!
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