Bitter Clinger / Liberty Keeper
Pics followed by observations
I used to own a Norinco SKS back in the early 90's when they were under $100 a pop. It wasn't especially accurate, but it was still a pretty cool rifle and I regret selling it. They certainly ain't $100 anymore! They had a sort of butt-ugly beauty to them, if that makes any sense...- the Norinco Type 57 SKS functioned just fine with the new (spring-loaded) firing pin I installed. Ho hum. Not as accurate as my Yugo 59/66 ... I'll probably sell this
Yes, sold the 1903, made in 1921, for $425... One side of it was distressed on the finish.If you sold that 1903 or 1908 Colt hammerless for 425$, you made a really big mistake. Just sayin.
OK if it had a bad finish I can see that. but the one that you showed a picture of looked pretty clean, at least on the side shown.Yes, sold the 1903, made in 1921, for $425... One side of it was distressed on the finish.
Kept the 1908, caliber .380, made in 1912 (it's in fantastic shape)... It's worth closer to $1500