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Standard Arms Co. Model G Autoloader 30 Caliber Pump Action Rifle


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Location (State):
Nevada (NV)
Nevada


Member For:
10 Years 2 Months
AUCTION CLOSED
WINNER: N*******p
HIGH BID: $566.00
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Auction: 7826419

Auction Type:
Basic
NRA Grade:
Good
Current High Bidder:
N*******p
History:
45 Bids ($0.99 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$1.00
Auction Start:
(January 19, 2007 13:49:36 PT)
Auction Ended:
(January 26, 2007 13:49:36 PT)

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Seller's Description

Guns For Sale - Standard Arms Co. -- Model G Autoloader 30 Caliber Pump Action Rifle

You are bidding on a Standard Arms Model G Autoloader in good physical condition and good working order. The stock is in especially good condition, and may not be original. The serial number is 86XX. According to our research there were only about 7000 of these ever produced, all in the 1910 to 1914 date range. The gas port can be opened and closed to provide the pump action or be used as a semi-automatic. The gun will need some reblueing work to be brought back to like new condition. Physical condition is detailed in the pics. Any questions, please call James or Larry at 775-359-5151.

Payment and Shipping Instructions:
Shipping will be $20 via UPS Ground, and we will combine shipping for multiple purchases. Must find FFL dealer near you for transfer. Payment Options: Credit Card, Cashier's Check or Money Order. Payment should be made out to Metropawn and mailed to: Metropawn, 255 East Glendale, Sparks, NV 89431 Attn: James. FFL copies can be mailed to same address, or faxed to 775-359-8175. Credit Card payment can be called into James at 775-359-5151.
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Questions for Users
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    Q:  Exactly what caliber is this gun? 01/20/2007
        A:  It is a 30 cal as described. Larry 01/20/2007
 
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    Q:  Does this rifle have an ornate brass buttplate that would match the for arm grip? Why might you think the stock may not be original? Would you have a photo of the buttplate? Thanks. Jim 01/24/2007
        A:  The rifle does have the brass buttplate with the Standard Arms emblem. The only reason I think, and I stress it is only an opinion, that the wood may have been replaced is it's overall condition being so much better than the condition of the barrel, etc. It may very well be original, but cannot make a definitive statement either way. James 01/25/2007