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Silver Nickel Crosman 357

May 27 2007 at 7:28 AM
Alex (BobSpoons)  (Login BobSpoons)
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from IP address 83.67.87.208

I know this is a bit of a shameless plug for my add about grey magazines in the classifieds section but..

Does anyone actually know anybody with a Silver / Nickel 357 ?

My add is also up at airgunBBS and yet everyone seems to be shocked at the thought there ever was a Silver 357.
I know I saw them when I got my Black 357 yeeeears ago and have seen one single one when searching google-images but nobody seems to actually know a single sould who has/had one of these.

Did they actually sell or were they pulled or something?

Cheers

Alex ( BobSpoons )

 
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Rick
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You can get a perfect one here:1 model 357-8 silver finish in like new condition ($60).

May 27 2007, 7:40 AM 


http://members.aol.com/AirgunFix/index6.html


1 model 357-8 silver finish in like new condition ($60).





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Alex (BobSpoons)
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Misunderstanding sorry

May 27 2007, 8:27 AM 

Hi Thanks for that.
Sorry though I think my post was a bit of a misunderstanding one.

Im not looking to buy a silver 357. I have some magazines for one that i want to sell/swap but am having trouble so was just trying to find out why nobody seems to have seen one in real-life.

At least the post you linked to shows they exist in real life. Thanks

Alex

 
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Rick
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Probably my misunderstanding. However...

May 27 2007, 11:12 AM 

Don't get discouraged on selling that. Airgun interests for the last couple months have been very low it seems, and it might be due to all of us being soaked by the oil industry for our extra spending cash. I myself have been dabbling in other things lately, but still have a very strong interest in airguns. Hang in there, as the right person will find what you are selling.

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Alex
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Ok Rick

May 28 2007, 2:08 AM 

Thanks Rick Ill keep my fingers crossed. You never know.

Cheers

Alex

 
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Bob in WV
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re 357

May 27 2007, 4:58 PM 

Why don't you just buy some black ones and put yours for sale on ebay or ome of the other selling sites.

Bob in WV

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Alex
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Thanks Bob but...

May 28 2007, 2:06 AM 

Hi Bob
Thanks for the suggestion

I already have mine up for sale, both here and on the airgunbbs. I had had a look on ebay for Crosman magazines and there doesnt seem to be much of a market for them which is why I thought of trying the forums as its more direct to people who may be interested. Didnt want to have an unsold buy-it-now and pay ebay fees and didnt want them to go for a really small bid.

As for buying the black ones. I want to offload the greys first because if the greys dont actually sell, then rather than shoving them in a drawer and never using them, Ill not bother buying the black ones and just continue using the greys. They still work pefect they just dont look as good in a black gun.

Thanks for the suggestion Bob

Cheers

Alex ( BobSpoons )

 
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