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Old 07-11-2008, 07:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sheridan PG

I got this in a trade but managed to spend more money than I should have before the box even arrived in the mail, so it's got to go. I took the trigger shoe off, so I'll sell it for what he was asking minus $10. It's in fantastic condition considering its age; I really wish I had the money in my bank account to justify keeping it.

Benjamin Sheridan PG, asking $175 shipped.
(I decided I don't really want to sell this, but I'll still be entertaining offers)
Offers will be considered, but PM them to me. DO NOT POST OFFERS IN THIS THREAD.
Shipped means USPS with delivery confirmation. You pay if you want insurance, you accept the risk if you don't want insurance.
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Old 07-11-2008, 09:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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From Himurax? If it is, its a cool one.

Where is the trigger shoe?
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is a pg just a bolt action pgp?
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From Himurax? If it is, its a cool one.

Where is the trigger shoe?
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I took the trigger shoe off, so I'll sell it for what he was asking minus $10.
Why, is it an integral part of the marker? If it has some historic value I'll put it back and find another one. But yeah, this is a real sweet marker. I don't plan on shooting it, though, and at this point in time I just can't justify a wall hanger.



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is a pg just a bolt action pgp?
Pretty much, it's a PGP minus the P(ump). The PG came out in 1983, they added a pump and called it the PGP in 1984. source
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Also, the PG is sort of breech drop instead of bore drop. The hole in the tube for the bolt is larger than the barrel itself. There is a slight step up to the barrel. It works as sort of a natural ball detent although double feeds arent much a problem with stock class guns.

They are unique and great.

Sorry I didnt real your post throughly enough. The shoe is not integral.

Its a great gun. I always wanted to have it performance tuned, and the finish left un touched. It is just so good lookin
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Hmm, thanks for the info about the breach/bore thing. Honestly, I'm tempted to take it to the field and run around shooting people with a 25 year old stock marker.

That last line makes me wonder, though - did you own this marker before himurax?
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Bump.
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Old 07-15-2008, 04:23 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I believe all he wanted was the trigger shoe in the first place.
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I believe all he wanted was the trigger shoe in the first place.
Hah, I did ask you to part it, didn't I? Not my fault if it came with a marker attached.

Still, the more I hold this the less inclined I am to sell it...
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that beautifuly worn finish is awesome. whoever gets it, don't polish it or nickel plate it!!! you will be banned and shot if you do!!!
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