Got a little impulsive at a gun show last week and bought this beautiful Cooper Arms Model 22, mostly because of the beautiful zebra stripe grain. The gentleman I bought it from, a retired bird colonel, said he bought it new at the same time he bought a matching one in .243 and never fired the 22-250 - just put it in his safe. Judging by its condition and cleanliness, and the fact the action was bone dry - no oil anywhere, I believe him. It comes with what I think are Leupold mounts put on by Cooper, along with 30mm rings. I scuffed the bluing on the forward mount putting the rings on and taking them off. That is the only blemish on the gun. Somewhere along the way he misplaced the box and paperwork so I'll ship in a hard plastic case. I also picked up 100 pieces of once fired brass I can include if you like. I haven't gotten around to buying dies.
The price is pretty firm, but you can try me.
More pictures on request. All FFL rules will be strictly adhered to.
You may return the rifle if you notify me immediately upon inspection and the rifle, rings, brass, etc., is returned in the condition in which it was sent, unfired. Refund will be made for the purchase price only.
Follow up to a question - I was asked by one GA member for pictures of the barrel channel I presume with a mind to know whether the wood had changed shape - it has not. The wood of the fore-end does not contact the barrel and the gaps are equidistant.
Thanks for looking!