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05 Oct 2014 13:01 #21 by TheSovietSamurai
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Anybody go today?

I won the MAS 1936.

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05 Oct 2014 13:38 #22 by Bambara
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Lot 361 certainly wasn't cheap. Was it an old .303?

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05 Oct 2014 13:41 #23 by Bambara
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That was supposed to be Lot 461

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05 Oct 2014 14:10 #24 by TheSovietSamurai
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461 was a William Cashmore SXS shotgun. I only stuck around to 137 though, the Light-horse Lithgow, was outbid at $3600.

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05 Oct 2014 22:11 - 06 Oct 2014 09:00 #25 by BrianLara400*
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TheSovietSamurai wrote: Anybody go today?

I won the MAS 1936.


You'll enjoy that MAS, from what I recall of the catalogue pic when I flicked through a few weeks ago - it was a very early model with the sight ears (rather than hood) & Blued finished (rather than phosphated) making it harder to come by, than the far more numerous post war & 36/51 models.
I didn't attend, had some other commitments this weekend (distance will likely preclude me from ever attending)
But yeah, was wondering did you happen to note what Lot #1 (The tidy issue Winchester Pattern 14, w/ intact volley sights etc) or lot #72 (Savage No4 Mk1*) went for in the finish?
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06 Oct 2014 00:30 #26 by Demo
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TheSovietSamurai wrote: I only stuck around to 137 though, the Light-horse Lithgow, was outbid at $3600.


Are you serious! What was the hammer price?
Did anyone see what the Queensland police MkIII BSA went for?

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06 Oct 2014 21:03 #27 by Field Marshal Cinque
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Hey Soviet
Do you by any chance remember what the 2 91/30 conversions went for?

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07 Oct 2014 06:18 #28 by TheSovietSamurai
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Field Marshal Cinque wrote: Hey Soviet
Do you by any chance remember what the 2 91/30 conversions went for?

Roughly, the 8mm converted dragoon sold for 800, the M1891 (Standard caliber) for 700. I had my eye on both of them initially, but the dragoon seemed heavily sanded and had a few issues.
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07 Oct 2014 09:06 #29 by heckler
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Any idea when they release prices? I had a Boer War Mauser (No 51) I'm waiting to hear what it fetched.

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07 Oct 2014 15:54 #30 by heckler
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Woot! $850, what I was after.. Might just get my old Gew98 converted to 308

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10 May 2016 13:37 #31 by Andyblue
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Managed to get a nice Walther mod 8
A ppk pre 47

Thats all this time. Got beaten severely on the walther pp pre 47

A mate did purchase the Aus-A3 full auto .223 though. So that was cool to have a fondle of.

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12 May 2016 17:07 #32 by Tornado-Technologies
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I notice that Lot. 430 (the F1 SMG) has no sale price, did it get passed in?

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12 May 2016 17:58 #33 by Yoshie
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I got out bid on lot 86

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13 May 2016 05:21 #34 by Varagner
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Been looking through the catalogue, some nice stuff, wouldn't mind some of it. I really need to get a collectors license sorted.

Always in need of just one more gun.

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