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Thread: Steve Mannlicher -M 270 Wincherster

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    Steve Mannlicher -M 270 Wincherster

    Has has a very “Walking/carting” life but not many rounds through it, original owner can be certain of how many but heapsless than 100. 2X magazines, Leupold Vari X3 3.5-10X50, quick detachable rings.

    Asking $2200 included shipping Dealer to Dealer and dealer shipping administration fee.

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    More photos available if you pm me with an email address

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    Drooling......It would have to be a safe Queen as it would get used and abused in my hands...but DROOLING.
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    Nearly bought one from Allan Millars back in the day, but he wanted both my Sako's and then some.
    Quality weapon;good luck with the sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    Drooling......It would have to be a safe Queen as it would get used and abused in my hands...but DROOLING.
    treat yourself MD

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    Cheap...

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    Taking quite a liking to Steyrs, absolutely love my one!

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    now you have put up MORE photos.....might need a new keyboard at this rate...she is a very nice rifle.someone buy her and give her some love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    Drooling......It would have to be a safe Queen as it would get used and abused in my hands...but DROOLING.
    Nah. They are made to be used. You should own these classics to enjoy for their intended purpose I reckon.
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    I would have to sell everything else in cabinet to pay for it...and what I own now have far to much history for me to sell. my poohseventy has done right by me for 30 years(that makes me feel OLD)
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    Yes, sorry guys, when i first post it i was on my phone and i upload the photos from my home computer… I hanvent had a look in to the bore but the owner is/was a keen hunter and live in a very exciting area of the country.
    Someone will get a bargain, the shop itself i recon cost about $800 at least...
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    If you or the new buyer wishes to swap the trigger unit for a genuine Steyr m professional twin trigger unit I’m keen. I rather the single as the optional hair trigger is not my style. Fully adjustable so I’m sure some sharp shooters who want fine pressure will appreciate but not for me. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by B.pope View Post
    If you or the new buyer wishes to swap the trigger unit for a genuine Steyr m professional twin trigger unit I’m keen. I rather the single as the optional hair trigger is not my style. Fully adjustable so I’m sure some sharp shooters who want fine pressure will appreciate but not for me. Cheers
    Bloody good offer there, I would grab that if mine weren't double triggers!

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    Yea the twin set triggers are hard to come by. I’ve had a number of model m professionals and only this one had the twin so I think must have been an add on extra to order. I’ve got an ssg69 also & replaced bottom metal with aftermarket alloy one - I wish I had same bottom metal for long action model m 😏

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    Quote Originally Posted by B.pope View Post
    Yea the twin set triggers are hard to come by. I’ve had a number of model m professionals and only this one had the twin so I think must have been an add on extra to order. I’ve got an ssg69 also & replaced bottom metal with aftermarket alloy one - I wish I had same bottom metal for long action model m ��
    I know what you saying about the bottom metal but I think/know if they are pillar bedded or have the wood relieved under both screws and epoxy filled then there is no issue with cracks developing from over tightening/compressing the wood over time.

 

 

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