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hylander
11-18-2006, 8:20 PM
SOLD
O.K. here is the deal:
I am either going to sell my Contender Complete or just the 30-30 barrel.
Complete Contender includes both a
Super 16" .223 barrel and Super 16" 30-30 barrel.
Both barrels have open sights and scope mount's.
Scope not included.

Complete Rifle, both barrels: $450.00 or trade for CZ 527 HB in ,223
will add cash for the right deal.
Super 16" 30-30 barrel, seperate: $150.00 or trade for 21"-23" .223 HB


http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b193/hylander7/Firearms/Modern/ContenderSuper16223.jpg

NeoWeird
11-18-2006, 8:36 PM
uh....

isn't that an SBR...

Kestryll
11-18-2006, 8:46 PM
Super 16" .223 barrel and Super 16" 30-30 barrel.

Both 16 inch barrels by my understanding.
It looks awful short but as a single shot I believe it is a bit more compact in it's mechanism.

Or I could be wrong and ninjas are on the way...

hylander
11-18-2006, 8:48 PM
uh....

isn't that an SBR...

Whats an SBR ?

Kestryll
11-18-2006, 8:50 PM
SBR=Short Barreled Rifle
Basically a rifle with a barrel under the 16 inch legal limit which requires a special license and fee.
I think the pic just makes the barrel look short.

NeoWeird
11-18-2006, 8:55 PM
Oh, that's right. I forget on contenders that the barrel goes pretty much all the way to the rear where the hammer is. I was looking at it from the handguards forward thinking "this guy put a stock on his pistol barreled contender....better warn him to correct that before trying to sell it." I would hate to think of what would happen if that honest mistake was made and someone walked into a shop trying to sell it.

hylander
11-18-2006, 9:03 PM
SBR=Short Barreled Rifle
Basically a rifle with a barrel under the 16 inch legal limit which requires a special license and fee.
I think the pic just makes the barrel look short.

Thanks Kestryll: I just looked up the definition and it is not an SBR.
The barrels are 16.25"
Overall lenght is 29.5"