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Title: Collector's "Kit", Standard Arms Co. Model "M" Pump in .25 Rem., Many Extras
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(Date Posted:06/30/2004 20:30:48)
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I am clearing out my "odd balls", one of which is a bunch of stuff centered on a Standard Arms Co. Model "M" pump rifle (circa 1912) in .25 Remington Rimless caliber in NRA "pretty good" condition ($250); the "extras" are: a VERY RARE S. A. Co. takedown tool ($125), and original Owner's Manual ($100), a "junker" S. A. Co. Model "G" gas-operated version in .30 Rem. ($1), and a bunch of extra parts, mostly froim Numrich, including a spare Model "M" barrel in the early 25" length (standard is 22 1/2") in .30 Rem. ($49). Also a notebook full of xeroxes of articles, correspondence, etc. on these odd - and not very successful - arms. Say, $500 for the lot, or best offer.Although I have fired the pump rifle, it bears out its reputation for balkiness in feeding and extracting; also, its chamber is sloppy, and I blew holes at the web in a few old REM-UMC factory roundsfrom a red-and-green box. I do have loading dies and .30 Rem. to .25 Rem. forming dies (RCBS), an old B & M seating die set, and a bunch of loaded and empty-primed .30 Rem. ammo, hardshell bullets, etc., etc. It would probably be usable with reduced loads and cast bullets (to keep us on-topic), and I could add a SC Lyman #257325 mould in good shape - but you'd be on your own there. The stuff in this second paragraph could go for $150, or $100 with the rifle package above - total $600.Geez, that sounds like a lot - but these oldies don't come along every day, and I have alotmore than that invested here.PM me if you are interested and want to talk more.floodgate1
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(Date Posted:06/30/2004 20:30:49)

I am clearing out my "odd balls", one of which is a bunch of stuff centered on a Standard Arms Co. Model "M" pump rifle (circa 1912) in .25 Remington Rimless caliber in NRA "pretty good" condition ($250); the "extras" are: a VERY RARE S. A. Co. takedown tool ($125), and original Owner's Manual ($100), a "junker" S. A. Co.  Model "G" gas-operated version in .30 Rem. ($1), and a bunch of extra parts, mostly froim Numrich, including a spare Model "M" barrel in the early 25" length (standard is 22 1/2") in .30 Rem. ($49).  Also a notebook full of xeroxes of articles, correspondence, etc. on these odd - and not very successful - arms.  Say, $500 for the lot, or best offer.

Although I have fired the pump rifle, it bears out its reputation for balkiness in feeding and extracting; also, its chamber is sloppy, and I blew holes at the web in a few old REM-UMC factory rounds from a red-and-green box.  I do have loading dies and .30 Rem. to .25 Rem. forming dies (RCBS), an old B & M seating die set, and a bunch of loaded and empty-primed .30 Rem. ammo, hardshell bullets, etc., etc.  It would probably be usable with reduced loads and cast bullets (to keep us on-topic), and I could add a SC Lyman #257325 mould in good shape - but you'd be on your own there.  The stuff in this second paragraph could go for $150, or $100 with the rifle package above - total $600.

Geez, that sounds like a lot - but these oldies don't come along every day, and I have a lot more than that invested here.

PM me if you are interested and want to talk more.

floodgate1

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