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Dan Thiem

Remington LT-20 Youth (synthetic) *price reduced*

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Dan Thiem

My son wants to sell his auto loader. It's a Remington semi auto that's got a synthetic stock and forearm (factory). Also has swivel mounts for a sling. Shot less than 100 times. Very clean. No rust or scratches. He paid $560.00 new a year ago. Only asking $450.00. Please call 507-753-2771. Or e-mail me at [email protected]

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BigWadeS

Is that a 20 gauge?

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Dan Thiem

Yep! smile.gif

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castmaster

open to offers?

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Dan Thiem

Maybe, call us and lets see what's up.

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Dan Thiem

Now only asking for an even $400.00. This is a super clean gun. Very nice!

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Swamp Scooter

Does that take 3" mags too? Any trades taken? Let me know.

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Dan Thiem

Scoot, sorry but it's only chambered for 2 3/4". And he wants the revenue for a upgrade on a better bow.

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Young Gun

Still for sale!

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