[Last Edit: 9/1/2015 10:50:29 AM EDT by AEnemaBay]
Looking to sell a nice 87M "Garand trainer" semi-auto .22. Now, these aren't actually M1 Garand trainers, nor were they ever used by the military, but it's easy to see where they got the nickname. These rifles started life as Stevens 87's, aka gill guns for their distinct gill cuts just behind the chamber. They're also known as click-clack guns due to the action where when you fire the bolt stays to the rear until you release the trigger, which then sends the bolt home. At some point the Stevens company put them in these military-esque stock sets, added military-esque sights, and named it "Springfield" in an effort, I suppose, to cash in on the popularity of the military arsenal. This rifle feels very substantial for a .22 and the accuracy is awesome. The bore is perfect and the rifle retains the majority of the original blue. I have fired this and it runs flawlessly (I'll be adding a video). There's a repaired crack in the left side of the stock (see pics). According to some reports there's only about 300-700 of these in existence (depending on who you ask).
Looking to get $650 shipped to your dealer or C&R.
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