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WTS SIG 220 SAO LNIB, Mossberg 151MB 22LR rifle, and Sig 556 Classic rifle

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Woke up this AM in a nightmarish sweat :death:thinkin my wife gave away all my guns for beauty products…..AHHH. I figure I need to ‘beat her to the punch’ and sell some of the collection! Really, I’m just trimming some duplicates in preparation for near-future gun binging…. LOL. My lab didn’t eat eight crisp $100 bills, or anything like that….where I must sell ‘em….rolleyes.gif

#1. WTS Mossberg 151MB (ca. 1948) very collectible, post-WWII training rifle in 22LR; Fully functional w/its ‘properly installed’ trigger spring (most common mis-installed part); I bought it used (of course) and put about 200-250 rounds through it; Comes with original scope, spare firing pin (new one installed already-$10); sling mounts ($38), and gold-dot front sight($14) from Havlin sales. For those of you who fired ‘old’ Mossy’s like this, the barrel is akin to a heavy or bull barrel in accuracy; Stock is a classic pseudo-Mannlicher in nice condition with minimal nicks/dings for its age; Rifle is tube fed as seen in pictures link. $225

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#2. SOLD! Sig 220 SAO all nitron black LNIB (pristine), manual ambi-safety, factory night sights, with box and all standard accompaniments; Has FOUR Sig 8rd 45ACP mags (~$49 each); exactly 50 flawless rounds ‘down the pipe’; Including as package deal Sig 220 conversion kit (and box) in 22LR (non-threaded) with TWO 22LR Sig mags. Sig Conversion kit has about 200 rounds fired through it w/o any problem –Mags capable of feeding Super Colibri (20grns) w/o problems if desired, though of course they don’t cycle the slide…. I bought both NEW last year on a typical gun buying ‘binge’; love them, but of course, I want to buy something else. SOLD!

#3. SOLD ---WTS Sig 556 Classic gas-piston operated semi-automatic rifle (in 5.56 NATO/223REM); Has 16†barrel w/ 1 in 7 twist, steel receiver w/ accessory rail & alloy trigger casing; It also has a 2-position safety, collapsible & folding stock, Swiss military style forend, picatinny rail, iron sights, and rotary diopter sighting system; Born June 2009; I am the 2nd owner, so exact rd count is unknown, but prior owner indicated he did not get to shoot it much due to Iraq deployments; I fired about 500 flawless rounds; Weapon is in good shape (~90%); It has some typical Sig 556 ejection port minor wear of the bluing, but otherwise exterior shows little wear; The bore is bright with good rifling; Comes with Sig Box, manual, lock, rotary sighting system, foldable forend grip, one 30rd magazine (accepts AR mags) and stock adjustment (for thickness); SOLD

*Will travel between Clarksville to Murfreesboro (or equivalent distances) depending on what is bought and at what price; Would consider shipping rifles (in TN) on buyer’s ‘dime’ after personal check sent to my home clears, and email presentation of a CCP or Military ID.

I’m not really looking for trades, but would ONLY entertain any of the following +/- cash either way: VZ sa. 58 rifles (non-Century), Arsenal AK47, Para Ordinance 14-45 or 18-9 Limited 1911’s, Sig 226 X5 All-around or Competition in 9mm.

:tinfoil:THANKS for looking, guys! – Prefer direct emails for questions, clarifications or requests to: johnkolisnyk@hotmail.com (check it multiple times a day). N.b. I have posted and sold multiple firearms w/o problems on TGO. Thanks, TGO in advance.

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