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    What a great looking gun.

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/805398005
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    Wow.

    That is a stunner.

    WAYYYY out of my league, but still fun to look at.

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    For $25K, certainly is more words than pics--- and the buyer does not even receive the "original" INSTRUCTION MANUAL!!!
    As the rifle is not NIB w/all, I would rather have a RR for that money.

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    Does a NIB 3/62 even exist? ...that would be impressive.
    Last 3/62’s that sold went for more than the starting price and if memory serves me right they didn’t have the metal hand guard and bipod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    Does a NIB 3/62 even exist? ...that would be impressive.
    Last 3/62’s that sold went for more than the starting price and if memory serves me right they didn’t have the metal hand guard and bipod.
    Probably--- squirreled away in a collection!!!

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    When I think “serials” and NIB for 57 year old firearms, I think of the movie “40 Year Old Virgin” and unicorns.

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    When I think “serials” and NIB for 57 year old firearms, I think of the movie “40 Year Old Virgin” and unicorns.
    They exist!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    They exist!!!

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    Please wow us other members with your photos of this ^^^ NIB doesn’t mean a “new” box and later used polystyrene inserts. My old boxes all have old postage markings on them. Oh, and don’t forget the pics of those old manuals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsara View Post
    Please wow us other members with your photos of this ^^^ NIB doesn’t mean a “new” box and later used polystyrene inserts. My old boxes all have old postage markings on them. Oh, and don’t forget the pics of those old manuals!
    Are you being a smart arse???
    My boxes do not have shipping labels, as the packages were sent in shipping boxes, as to preserve the original boxes.

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