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  1. This is a great little rifle I picked up from a friend. I understand the rifles were originally made for the WA Game Department (with muzzle brake) to be used as part of their Hunter Education program. Scope is included (a Leupold Vari X 3 3.5-10). This is a youth rifle and has a shorter stock and length of pull. Built in muzzle brake and is sling ready. Shows some wear above trigger on left side but otherwise in very good condition. Sighted in and ready to hunt. I probably have a box or two of ammo to throw in. PM with any questions I may answer. Asking $650.
  2. Won this at a banquet last weekend, but don't need another self defense shotgun. Asking $200. I'm in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area. Legacy Sports Hatsan Escort 12 Ga 18" HAT00020BWW2 Description: BRAND NEW IN THE BOX! Manufacturer: Legacy Sports Model: Hatsan Escort SKU: HAT00020BWW2 Caliber: 12 Gauge, 3" Chamber Capacity: 5 Rounds Barrel: 18", Bazooka Green Chokes: None Stock: Faux Wood Length of Pull: 14" Sights: Rifle-style frontsight - 3/8" dovetail accessory rail on top of reciever Weight: 6.5 lbs Legacy Sports HAT00020BWW2: Caliber: 12 ga. - Chambered 3" - 18" Bazooka Green barrel - Cylinder-bore - Rifle-style frontsight - 3/8" dovetail accessory rail on top of reciever - 14" length-of-pull - 5+1 capacity - Faux wood stock - Short-throw slide-action for quick second shots - Enlarged slide release button - Sling swivel studs https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-for-sale-online/rifles/howa-rifles/legacy-sports-hatsan-escort-12-ga-18-quot--hat00020bww2.cfm?gun_id=101170608
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    Thanks guys. Sold - pending transaction tomorrow.
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    All reasonable offers will be considered.
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    Very gently used 2008 Polaris Ranger with only 178 hours and 1,328 miles. Always garaged and regularly serviced. Just serviced, and added new tires so that this is ready for you and your family to enjoy just like our family used to. Comes with a Kolpin twin rifle scabbard, street legal kit (rear view mirror, horn, lighted license plate), canvas top (brand new), spare rear tire, spare front tire, and more. Only blemish on entire machine is a patch/repair that was professionally done on the back seat (about 1.5" square). Condition: Used Year: 2008 Make: Polaris Model: RANGER CREW 700 Category: Recreation/Utility Type: ATV Four Wheeler Location: Scottsdale, AZ Mileage: 1,328 VIN Number: 4XAWH68A682702558 Primary Color: RED Secondary Color: BLACK Engine Size: 700 cc Engine Type: TWIN ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION Price: $8,000 OBO
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    This rifle is new in the box, won it at a banquet and it has never been fired. Asking $450.
  9. Nobody? I should have put my obo in all caps then. $100 OBO! If it's overpriced, I'm a pretty fair guy!
  10. Cleaning out some stuff. This hasn't been used since we started camping with a trailer, so hopefully somebody else can use it. The pictures will show it has been used, but as you will see it hasn't been used much! It comes with everything you see in the pictures, including the foldable table that also fits with the stove in the carrying bag (this bag does not have rolling wheels). Asking $100 for complete setup obo. I live in S. Scottsdale, and work in Phoenix by the Biltmore. Happy to meet somewhere within reason.
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    Problem with neighbor's dog

    Well done on raising your dogs right! I had a buddy in a similar situation, his were great dogs too. Then one day he forgot to close the gate, and those two great dogs ate up the neighbors dog that was on a leash and tore into the neighbor pretty good when she tried to stop them. Good dogs though. Another friend had a good one also, until a friend came over with his young child (3-4) and that good dog for no reason chose to rip the face off of his buddy's daughter. It was a good dog too, very well trained with excellent manners. I usually avoid these conversations on this website, but you got my attention when you said "If you did your research you'd see that there is way more reports of dog bites from labs, cockers, German shepards and dalmations than pits." You're wrong buddy, check out the research conducted over the last 30 years. http://www.dogsbite.org/pdf/dog-attack-deaths-maimings-merritt-clifton-2013.pdf . While I hope you would read the full report, if you just want to scroll real quickly through the pages checking out just the first and second columns that will suffice. Sorry for hijacking the thread, but I thought others might enjoy the 'research.'