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Recently brought across the northern border from British Columbia. Also received RCBS 2 cav bullet mold with handles, re-worked .45-90 cases, Dominion cases that won't be used, Lee dies, couple hundred cast bullets lubed, and two books with extensive load development and data. Price for the rifle was $250 which I just couldn't turn down. I have a second 71/84 that also came out of Canada that is a typical chopped sporter type with half-magazine that's not in as good of condition as this one.







 

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Being a miserly dutchman, he didn't tell folks that it was in 250 Canadian dollars : < ).
Good to see you posting Dutchman! I recently bought my only model 71 here in Alaska, a ww2 bringback from a 3rd army combat vet's son (one of Patton's artilleryman). Asked 'what is it worth?' I explained that one in Anchorage floated around for years unsold at $300.00. Asked me if I would pay that I said sure and ended up giving me a roughly treated karab 98 B that was duffel cut in the deal.
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Gil
 
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