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Welcome aboard Gunny, all good advice, mine is study, observe and watch. You will be more likely in my view to see examples on auctionarms or gunbroker. With patience you may see one in a true auction (penny start, no reserve) or failing that a reasonable start. As has been pointed out target model are desireable and usually draw a premium-and-get in a hurry and you will end up with something that may not be the right something.

In addition to the above simply google the model and you'll likely see hits from Cabelas, Simpsons, Gunsamerica and others. Your chances of encountering one of these at a yardsale, fleamarket or the local pawn keep diminishing in this information age.
 

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Gunny, don't be too hard on the net. If there are a lot of pictures and a good honest description along with the typical 3 day non-firing inspection period, it ain't so bad. Paying the occassional return freight isn't as bad as gas for a 50 mile round trip.

We of the economically challenged league call them Shooter Class. That's why we buy them!
 
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