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Old December 26, 1999, 05:16 PM   #6
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Join Date: February 10, 1999
Location: Placentia,CA,USA
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You will spend a lot more refinshing it than you did buying it. If that is just extra pocket change to you, then go for it. I would suggest you consider how you will feel when you start scratching up a real pretty, like new 97. My new Marlin II and Stoeger Coachgun are both looking used after only 6 or so matches. I don't sweat it as that what they are for, but I won't be paying for bluing and stocks, etc when they get some real character and are rustic (BG). BullMoose
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