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Looking for GAP rifles...

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Bronson90, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Bronson90

    Bronson90 Senior Member

    Jun 24, 2002
    Dallas, Texas
    Long story short, George built these for me in 2004 and I was reluctantly (forced) to sell them all in 2005. I had retained the records of where they went until 2007 when they fell victim to the paper shredder... So I have no real idea where they are or whom may have them now, not to mention they may have changed owners.

    Now I am looking for any information that may lead to me finding them in their original or modified form. I have CA$H in hand am prepared to make generous offers to the current owners!!! Even if the current owners do not want to part with them I would still like the opportunity to talk about their experiences with them. Thanks in advance for any information that you all may be able to provide!!!

    The FASTEST way to get a hold of me is via text message, but I will respond to both emails and IM's as well...

    Bronson Blackson
    214.533.5358 cel.

    Below are the general details and pictures of each rifle; if necessary I can provide the exact specifics on each...

    Rifle #1 (Black Teflon): .338LM, Nesika M Action (SN#M01XX), 30" Mike Rock 5R 1/9.7 Barrel w/ Badger Brake, McMillan A5 w/Thumbwheel (Sniper Grey)
    Rifle #2 (OD Teflon): .300WSM, Rem 700 Action (SN#G63852XX), 24" Mike Rock 5R 1/11 Barrel w/ KDF Brake, McMillan Hunters EDGE (Olive)


    Rifle #3 (Tan Teflon): .260Rem, Rem 700 Action (SN#F62745XX), 24" Mike Rock 5R 1/8 ABS Carbon Fiber Wrapped Barrel, McMillan M40A-1 HTG (Olive)

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    Last edited: Feb 22, 2012
  2. SiberianErik


    Feb 9, 2009
    So the ex wife had her way w/you I take it.

    Love the 338 Mag GL in finding them.

  3. Bronson90

    Bronson90 Senior Member

    Jun 24, 2002
    Dallas, Texas
    I wish it was as easy as that... In 2004 I was given notice that I had 45 days to pay a $36K IRS tax lien or risk seizure... Luckily I was able to come up with the money and pay it in full on the 39th day. Unfortunately these 3 rifles as well as a few others were liquidated in order to meet the obligation!!!
  4. D3S3RT_P3NGU1N


    Feb 29, 2008
    I saw the thread you made about this over on the hide, just wanted to wish you the best of luck finding them
  5. Marc1956

    Marc1956 CLM #66

    Dec 13, 2005
    Atlanta, Georgia
    The very best of luck in recovering, or at least locating, these fine rifles. On a related note, I must take this opportunity to endorse the Fair Tax. A modern answer to a very old question.