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Post by MikeS 2/14/2014, 12:22 pm

I have a Larry Leutenegger bulleye .45 that he built for me in 2000.  The pistol has had less than 100 rounds put through it.  Shortly after I got it. I hurt my arm and have not been able to shoot since.  It has a Caspian Arms frame.  It shoots 1.5" groups at 50 yds.   Larry supplied a  Ransom rest target, but I can't find it.   At the time he was known as one of the best bullseye pistol smiths.  I met him at Camp Perry.
I am thinking of offering it up for sale, but not sure what it is worth.  I know I paid over $1k for it.  (it has a red dot sight on it and 2 magazines).  Any thoughts.


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Post by DavidR 2/14/2014, 2:42 pm

gun has been sold

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Post by inthebeech 3/18/2014, 5:10 am

I am guessing that if you haven't shot or considered shooting from the opposite side in fourteen years, that there's no point in the suggestion. There are plenty of success stories about shooters who were happy to keep shooting; and some even very successful 
Sorry about your injury

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