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Remington Spartan 20 ga O/U

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1 year old Remington Spartan SPR 310 20 gauge over/under. New condition.

Gun is built by Baikal, features single selective trigger, auto-selective ejectors, screw in chokes.

Asking $325 or best offer. Pics available upon request. 612-821-8521.

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Could I get pics.

cbsiegleratchaterdotnet

Thanks

Sifty

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Pix please.

jeffkielatyahoodotcom

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how about some pics

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I am very interested and dont need pics. Where are you located?

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Slow where would I have to drive to get this??

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I am located in Minneapolis, work in St. Paul. I will be away this weekend though.

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Is this Firearm still for sale?

I am interested.

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Yes, the gun is still available. Please call if you'd like to see it.

Thanks,

John

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Yes, the gun is still available. Please call if you'd like to see it.

Thanks,

John


Is the model the 310-SC4 or 310-VTPSC4?? Whats the barrel legnth?? and what tubes IC--MF--F ??

The longer its here the more I'm looking!! laugh.gif

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Gun is off the market.

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