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SOLD PENDING RECEIPT OF FUNDS, Ruger 10/22 stainless takedown,   I took this NIB in a trade this fall and have put maybe 200 rounds through it.  Have now acquired a Kidd barrel 10/22 ultralite and don't need this one, so it's going on the block.

Since I took this in a trade I don't know how it should be priced, but I see Academy wants $300 plus tax for the blued version, so I am thinking $300 should be a fair price for a like-new stainless one.  If that seems unrealistic, let me know and I'll negotiate -- not trying to take advantage of anyone; just want to move this along since I don't need it any more.  I'm open to trades and will throw in cash if needed.  

EDITED:  Photo added by popular demand.  :)

Thanks,

Whisper

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Gun has Ruger scope mount installed but I am not selling a scope with the gun unless somebody asks for one; I have a couple of possibilities that could be made available.  A red dot sight also works well on this.

Could meet someone over the MLK holiday weekend if needed.

Thanks for looking,

Whisper

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