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1945 BSA N0.4 T Miller Tymes

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1945 BSA N0.4 T Miller Tymes

#1 Post by 72 usmc » Sun Dec 15, 2019 5:25 pm

He use to post on our forum but, I guess moved, but this is such a find I had to show a link:
https://forums.gunboards.com/showthread ... st10017805

Can you just imagine finding such a beauty, then having enough money to actually own it. :D :doh: :dance: :clap:
Fantastic photos.
To old to fight and to old to run, a Jar head will just shoot and be done with you.

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#2 Post by Miller Tyme » Mon Dec 16, 2019 8:25 pm

Still here, just not as often. :icon-lol:

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#3 Post by Ray Newman » Wed Dec 18, 2019 3:25 pm

Brings back gun show memories. Back 1983 - 1985, I attended just about every gun show at the San Francisco Cow Palace and as Ed Sullivan would say the "really big show" at the state fairgrounds in Sacramento. At each show, there was a dealer who always had numerous Enfields for sale, usually including 4-5 sniper models. Depending upon the condition of the rifle, transit case, etc., I believe the prices were between US $600 - 650.00 ??. Dealer told me that they were a hard sell, "lots of lookers" but no sales as most felt prices were too high and they were not a US1903A4 or M1-C. Last #4 sniper with transit case for sale I heard about (approx. 8- 9 years ago) had an asking price around US $3500.00. Have no idea what it actually sold for. From what I heard, it sold quickly. Same with the #1 converted to .22 LR for training use. At the time no one wanted them, now they command a king's ransom. Reelecting back, I missed the Golden Opportunity, but instead heeded the Siren's seductive call of single shot black powder cartridge rifles....

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#4 Post by Miller Tyme » Fri Dec 20, 2019 8:44 pm

Yes sir Ray, T's with the transit case are big $$ today, between $4500/$6500, and if it's a Long Branch they are even higher.
The good news is I bought this one at Y2K pricing.

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