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Anyone know anything about this rifle?
 
 
It came in a large collection we recently acquired.  Brady put it on at no reserve and it took off really quick and got several people offering us a good price to stop the auction which we never do.
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  SORRY! Misunderstood the OP.


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 I don't see why it should be worth as much as a similar model chambered in a less obscure cartridge. but I'm no expert on such matters, either.
  Sometimes you just have to let the buyer decide how much it's worth, I guess, (and that's easy to do when he offers more than you want for it!)
 
Just to be safe, if I were you, I'd tear the recoil pad off it and check it over for the stash of hidden cash, in case somebody knows something about that particular rifle that you don't know yet!
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I've thought about getting a Firebird before, great ballistics, but expensive to buy ammo.

It is rare, might be worth something for collectors or wildcatters, but I'd be proud to own it nonetheless, nice gun, great shooter, I bet.
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  All true Rancid, and I didn't intend to imply that it wasn't worth much; it's definitely a fine rifle and cartridge...
 Just never saw too much popular interest in Lazzeroni's, at least around here. 
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This jumped pretty fast too which surprised me.
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

This jumped pretty fast too which surprised me.
 
 
 
 
Fairly high dollar barrel on that shooter.  BTW, ya'll have the best pictures (of what you are selling) on GunBroker BY FAR. 
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Lazzeroni: Fast and ferious, for the guy who whats something unique.
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[Bigsqueeze]The barrels are way too long on both of those rifles!!!!!!  Whatever  Everyone knows you don't need that much barrel for a Lazzeroni and especially a .376 Steyr!!!!!!  Yep, Thought So [/Bigsqueeze]

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  ALWAYS thought I'd like a Pro Hunter in .30-06.
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Originally posted by 300S&W 300S&W wrote:

  Starting in 2002 Lazzeroni started offering two rifles exclusive to them. A Sako model and a Savage model.  The Lazzeroni/Sako TRG-S was chambered for the 7.21 Firebird and 7.82 Warbird.  It had a 26"stainless steel bbl,3rd detachable mag box,injection molded composite stock,and Decelerator recoil pad.  2002 ad has the price at $899.
What he said. Lazzeroni also will let whoever is willing to pay a handsome fee, use their proprietary rounds. I met a fellow named xxxx xxxxxxx  from Nashville, Tn. who builds a custom rifle in Lazzeroni's rounds. He used this as a selling point saying only the best rifle builders was allowed to chamber those rounds. He nor his rifles didn't impress. He also trie to carry my optics - but at my expense of a consignment. Fast talker, reminescent of a #1 scam artist.
 I wouldn't hesitate to buy a SAKO in this round, but would be wary of claims such as I stated above about custom builders.Loco


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You don't see many M995 for sale. All I have seen go for $900. and up regardless of caliber. Pros: Big (around .750) bolt, 3 lugs and 3.75 inside mag length. Good base for Large rounds. There were also some factory 338-378 Weatherbys built. Accuflight had a close out 4 or 5 years ago and they went for $499.
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The M995 is a nice blend of Tikkaish/Sako parts.  I believe Sako's used to come with factory McMillan's.  That may be one.  Bolt shroud etc looks like a TRG.  Nice rifle.  NIB and a rare well made rifle.  I've been shooting/buying/trading Sakos for years and I've never seen one.
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its worth a lot of money, i wish i could afford to own it. sako and savage both did a small run of lazzeroni cartridges a few years ago. sake did the long actions and savage did the short actions.
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.376 Steyr... I always wanted one, just never could justify to myself.  Nice looking rig, though. 
Wish my horse wasn't still costing me a fortune. 
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Lazzeroni: means 2X the money. I have no idea why but it dose.is it a firebird? $1,200 would be a fair price for it.


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Someone wants it pretty bad up to $1212.
 
Must be the picsWink
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That it Brady. Its okay to pat your self on the back every now and then.
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Seams like it will reach at least $1500.00 maybe even $2000.00.

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Originally posted by Brady Brady wrote:

Someone wants it pretty bad up to $1212.
 
Must be the picsWink
Yep.  Good pics make all the difference on GB.  When the Sako 85 Hunters are selling in $1400 range I know a lazeroni like that will go for more. 
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