No4Stuff - Private Estate Canadian Sale
Lots of Enfield stuff going for sale here …
No4Stuff- Private Estate Canadian Sale (click here)
This is an information only site with respect to the firearms collection that I have for sale. Use the menus on the right to search by make, model, year, caliber, serial number etc. Please rely on the photos to answer any questions you may have as I am not an expert in this area and am likely unable to answer your questions.
All items are sold AS IS. All sales final. No refunds/exchanges/compensations. Seller does not make any warranties/representations with respect to the make, model or condition of any firearm including any discrepancies or errors between the actual rifle and any descriptions thereof.
The minimum price posted is the minimum offer that will be accepted. In cases where no minimum price is posted Seller will accept the highest offer. Minimum offer posted may be changed by the Seller at anytime and without notice. All prices are in Canadian dollars. All items will be sold to the highest offer and on a first come first served basis.
Buyer’s name, address and current PAL number must accompany all correspondence NO EXCEPTIONS. Please quote the serial number of any firearms you are inquiring about in all correspondence.
Buyer pays all shipping costs including postage, packaging, trigger locks etc.
Preferred method of payment EMT.
Serious inquiries only, please.
UPDATE: February 22, 2012
Thank you all for your interest. The response has been overwhelming (over 5000 hits in less than 24 hours). I will try and anwer some of the common questions that I have been getting:
Shipping: Buyer pays all shipping costs and as the buyer you decide how you want me to ship. I have sucessfully used Canada Post in the past and find them to be the cheapest and just as reliable as any of the courier companies. Postage costs alone average about $40 with Canada Post plus any other costs I incur such as trigger locks, boxes etc.
Bidding: This is not an auction. I will accept the best price I am offered. Period. I will try and be fair and openly communicate with all interested parities, however due to the overwhelming responses I cannot gurantee that everything will be fair. I will try my best though.
Bolts: All of the firearms have bolts.
History: These firearms are from my father’s estate. He was an avid collector and took care of his collection. That is all I can say about the condition of any of the firearms.
Responses: Please use the email address above to reach me and I will try and get back to you quickly. I check the email and the blog regularly, but I do work and have a family, so please understand I am not ignoring you if I don’t respond right away.
Thanks again for your interest in this collection and for the kind words from those of you who knew my dad.
Last edited by Badger; 02-22-2012 at 02:20 PM.
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Wheres the spare hundred thousand when you need it? great stuff, downloaded the target rifle photo's for my archives, good one Doug.
Wayne was a long time collector and I recongnized one item that I sold him many years ago.
Another great in the collecting world also passed away yesterday. Many of you will recognize the name Bob Faris of Arizona in the credits of many arms books. Bob's collection was legendary as was his knowledge of experimental and test firearms. Bob will be sorely missed.
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Makes me wonder. What will happen to my stuff when I go. Can't see my wife keeping much at all. Hopefully my kids will be old enough then but if they don't like Guns or enfields in particular what will happen then? I giess i should make sure that it's all labelled and marked at least so the L42 doesn't get sold as a bubbaed No.4
This will be a problem with a lot of our kit. The vultures will be at the door before the body assumes room temperature wanting to "help out".
A digital camera shot of the more exotic items with a page of text should help and there are some great collection software programs out there as well. It is just a matter of getting your butt in the saddle and doing it. Mea culpa
Really nice web page layout...great way to sell and show a collection
Wow, what a great collection. Impressive number of Aussie Omark/Sportco rifles.
I hope that Wayne gained alot of enjoyment from his collection.
If only the Aussie import laws were not so complex.....
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Ditto US laws. I'd love to get my mitts on an EAL rifle but the possibilities are slim.
I knew wayne for many years.great guy.Did a lot of research on no4 7.62 conversions.
very passionate about Enfields.
The EAL was mine.Did a trade with him about 6 years ago.