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Heads up on a rare Airsporter
« on: January 07, 2016, 03:02:32 PM »

My local RFD is possibly selling a rare Airsporter it is as listed below and may be of interest to someone! It's listed under 2nd hand guns and special offers.


http://www.airgundealerscotland.co.uk/Contact-Us-opening-times.html
email: livelines.armadale@yahoo.co.uk

I am considering selling a very rare gun from my own collection its a 1981 BSA Airsporter limited edition centenary model in .177 the gun is near mint condition, one very special thing about it is the serial number C0001 which makes it very first one off the production line, normal versions of these guns usually go for anywhere between £500-700 but as this one is so unique I am looking for offers on the price. I can send pics on request and post to another RFD anywhere in the UK for £25

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