Hmmm... at estate sale Navy Arms .45 flintlock rifle...

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  • Deaf Smith

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    Well right now it's a $150 for the flitlock... no dickering... but in a few days 1/4 off and then 1/2 off. They had Black Tallon .45 20 round boxes for ... $100 EACH!!! Uh, no.

    Patience.
     

    cycleguy2300

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    the OP doesn't want to sale it. He wants to buy it but wants to wait for the estate sale to reduce the price.

    In other words......the OP wants to screw the estate
    And risk losing a cool rifle... I hope someone buys it at $150.

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    Glenn B

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    Have not seen a gun nor ammo at an estate sale in about 2 years. I picked up my Marlin 336 at a garage sale 20 years ago this month, November 2022, for almost nothing. It is in, or was in, excellent shape. Still in very good condition now but shows it has been used a lot out in the woods & fields on hunting trips and at the range.
     

    Glenn B

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    Well right now it's a $150 for the flitlock... no dickering... but in a few days 1/4 off and then 1/2 off. They had Black Tallon .45 20 round boxes for ... $100 EACH!!! Uh, no.

    Patience.
    As far as waiting to buy a gun at a better price goes, patience will most likely be for naught is my experience. "He who hesitates is lost" is a quote that readily lends itself to folks hoping to get a better deal buying a gun that is already being offered at a good price. There are just so many folks buying guns nowadays that I'd be surprised if it is still available two days from today. Regardless - I wish you luck with it.
     

    Deaf Smith

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    Have not seen a gun nor ammo at an estate sale in about 2 years. I picked up my Marlin 336 at a garage sale 20 years ago this month, November 2022, for almost nothing. It is in, or was in, excellent shape. Still in very good condition now but shows it has been used a lot out in the woods & fields on hunting trips and at the range.
    Sadly a few months ago I saw a garage sale online (local) featuring about 6 boxes of various jacketed soft point slugs!!! By the time I got there they were all gone...

    I do see guns for sale at estate sales now and then.

    estatesales.net has a Texas branch. You can look at photos of estate sales and see if you want to go by one.
     
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