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  1. #41
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    Default Re: A Primer on Firearm Auctions

    I haven't seen an auction of this quality and variety in a long time....

    It's at Alderfer's (www.AlderferAuction.com) on Tuesday April 17, 2018

    The auction is broken into Lots 1-263 (accessories, parts, numerous reloading dies for common and not-so common calibers, brass, and ammo) and Lots 1001 - 1320 (firearms)

    Here's the pdf file for the auction listing: http://bwws-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/...14423-0001.pdf

    And here's the link to their firearms pics on Proxy Bid: https://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog.asp?aid=142586#Top

    Lots of 1903's, 03A3's, M1 Carbines, Garands, Ruger single shot rifles, Trapdoors, EBR's, etc. Great pistol selections too!

    If you're looking for something special (say, 4 cans of 7.62x54R????), it's probably in there...

    They're in Hatfield, PA. Here the location on the map: http://www.alderferauction.com/conta...tions-lodging/
    Last edited by bamboomaster; April 10th, 2018 at 08:29 PM.
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    Default Re: A Primer on Firearm Auctions

    TANKS, JEEPS, & ARMOUR, Oh My! (Rock Island Premier Auction Sept 7 - 9th)

    Unless you’ve been completely ignoring our social media accounts, you’re probably aware that we have some pretty fantastic military vehicles coming up for auction, beginning in the September 7 – 9 Premiere Firearms Auction. We have tanks, armored fighting vehicles (AFVs), Jeeps and lots of other items with a “cool factor” high enough that anyone can appreciate – not just the military vehicle collectors. Perhaps what most people can’t believe is that these vehicles can be owned in the private sector by regular, ordinary civilians.



    https://www.rockislandauction.com/bl...e6d7-148948365

    Yeah, there's even a DUKW there too...
    Last edited by bamboomaster; July 21st, 2018 at 04:15 PM.
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    Default Re: A Primer on Firearm Auctions

    I expect to see a tank or two at the next group shoot!
    You're Invited!LAST GROUP SHOOT of 2018! - Saturday, Oct 20th (link)

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