SOLD 50 Caliber Renegade barrel

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.50 Caliber T/C Renegade "kit' barrel for sale. Good bore with not rust or pits. Barrel is browned and drilled & tapped for a weaver scope mount. The scope holes have been plugged with screws, and the thimbles have been replaced with brass ones from a T/C Hawken. $65.00 plus shipping. Shipping will run around $18.00. Postal Money Order only please. PM me if interested.
 

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I can send you pictures if you give me your e-mail address.
 

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"Copy" the picture into your devices temporary memory. Come back to this topic. Use the "Paste" method in your new post and the forums software will put your picture into it. That's all there is to it.

If your on a computer you can open a new "tab" and find your pictures. Then Copy them, one at a time and click on the tab button to get back to your post.
Then, Paste the picture into your new post. Once done you can select the other Tab to get back to your pictures so you can Copy the next one to Paste into your post. You can enter quite a few pictures rapidly by using this method.
 

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Zonie, thanks for the how to, but you are talking to a computer dinosaur. I am lucky to get to this forum, and switching from one file to another is quite frustrating to me. I usually screw the whole works up. I will give it a try.
 

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Here are some pictures, I sure hope this works. I also take terrible pictures as you can see.upload_2019-4-23_15-45-6.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-2.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-32.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-55.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-15.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-44.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-45-6.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-2.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-32.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-55.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-15.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-44.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-45-6.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-2.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-32.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-46-55.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-15.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-44.jpeg upload_2019-4-23_15-47-44.jpegupload_2019-4-23_15-47-15.jpegupload_2019-4-23_15-46-55.jpegupload_2019-4-23_15-46-32.jpegupload_2019-4-23_15-46-2.jpeg
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From the pictures, it looks like rust on the barrel but it isn't. There are some worn areas of the browning from use, but no rust.
 
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