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#446690 - 06/11/16 08:52 PM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Gunwolf]
Der Ami Offline
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Registered: 07/04/12
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Loc: East Alabama
Wolfgang,
Thanks for the info. My favorite drilling is a post WW2 Franz Sodia.
Mike

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#446700 - 06/11/16 10:46 PM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Gunwolf]
ellenbr Offline
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Loc: North Alabama
Originally Posted By: Gunwolf
Total verrückt!!! That is very much - this one could become yours for less, but unfortunately it's in Germany...:

Sodia BBF

Cheers,
Wolfgang


Wolfgang: That's much more in line.

Francis: I think you were wise to cease & desist @ $1900 U.S. of A. as I just do not believe that the future custodian of the Sodia, not including premiums, will ever see any return on the venture. Maybe, just maybe on a Winkler or Borownik ?

Cheers,

Raimey
rse

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#446714 - 06/12/16 08:30 AM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: ellenbr]
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I owe that "wisdom" to your input, Raimey. That and living to nearly 75 years has taught me to be very careful at auctions. This was the first one operated by the Amish folks, out of Clare, MI-very well run, 4 rings- plus I learned more about older Winchesters while perusing the table where almost 50 shotguns and rifles (.22 and center fire as well)- from a few older gents who were detailing all the points of non-originality on some Model 94 and Model 62 and 1906 rifles. Day well spent, and my 401K is still intact.

FWIW- about 2 years ago- summer outside auction with a few good ticket gun items, the key point was a VH 16 gauge Parker, which sold for $1100 to a young Amish lad who was next to me in the bidding. About 1912 vintage 30" DT, Ext- 50% wood and metal 20% case colors-- I dropped out at $700- as I had checked it out during the inspection hour- It was a 12 gauge (I always carry snap caps and a choke gauge and a Stanley 6 ft. tape rule to gun shows and auctions-- 30" F&F 12- not a 16 as the tag indicated. The strange "rest of the story" was, the lad turned to a friend and said- Great- I just bought a full case of 16 gauge shotshells at a yard sale last week, and now I have a shotgun to shoot them with. Alas- stay well!! Der Fuchs
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#566927 - 03/09/20 11:35 AM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Gunwolf]
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Originally Posted By: Gunwolf
In addition the Ferlach numbers:


51= Josef Juch



Cheers,
Wolfgang


Is Juch et al still in business? Do you have contact information?

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#566975 - 03/09/20 09:16 PM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Run With The Fox]
ellenbr Offline
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http://www.jagdwaffen-juch-grund-ferlach.at/kontakt.php

http://www.jagdwaffen-juch-grund-ferlach.at/


Karl Grund
Büchsenmacher

Max Guglerstraße 7
D-93333 Neustadt/Donau
Tel: +49(0)9445/2689
Mobil: +49(0)1728221810
Mail: karl-grund@t-online.de

Can't say if they are still in business or not. Call them on WhatsApp.

Cheers,

Raimey
rse

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#570054 - 04/19/20 07:35 AM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Run With The Fox]
felix Offline
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Registered: 01/31/10
Posts: 127
An den Hochwohlgeborenen Herrn Fuchs !
A Sodia scion is still in business , operating from an
outlet/take-over-facility in Vienna.
A friend of mine has handed him over a gun recently
for restocking.
I met this Mr. Sodia when he was operations manager
of Springers flagship store in downtown Vienna.
He is now on his own.
Prices for Ferlach Bockflinten are down next to
nothing.
....
Nick Holt had in his last auction an Anton
Sodia SLE O/U for 1,5 KGBP
.....
I see from the thread dates that you are or
approaching 80.
I have observed 3 patterns of behaveour with the
male of the Primaten-species "H.o.m.o sapiens" arriving
at this watershed 80.
A. Ceasing with all the beloved/known activities,
fall into deep depression,
becoming bigoted and be ready to pass away.
B. Continue to live as always
as nothing dramatically could happen.
C. "Terminale Euphorie" , a terminus coined by a
friend of mine , a retired gynaecologist,
Defining a pattern to squeeze everything
not realized before 80 into the remaining time
( for instance the greatest stag in Hungary, the
greatest Marlin, ...etc)
...
I believe it has been the cynic Voltaire, who when
asked when playing cards, what he would do
when he knew he would die in one hour..
His dry answer was "continue to play cards"
....
In case you are in quaratine caused by this
Morbus Wuhanitis, there is gunporno alias
Morhy-auction-internet-catalogue available.
If you consider to play in another league
than Ferlach Bockflinte you have ample choices
there.
For instance a newish Lebeau O/U SLE a-la-Boss with
gorgeous Liege-style-engraving.
(The Russian czar has been shooting with a Lebeau
Anson pair, his brother had a pair of Boss,
on the market at Sothebys in the 1990's)
Or a Fabbri O/U or a Bertuzzi...
...
Wear a mask, dont leave the house, allow yourself more than
one of the great Califonian cabernets or chardonays, emulate
Voltaire/option B and stay healthy
....
Weidmannsheil
FN


Edited by felix (04/19/20 07:51 AM)

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#570056 - 04/19/20 08:13 AM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Run With The Fox]
ellenbr Offline
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Loc: North Alabama
Remain ever stalwart FN, as I find it most intoxicating......


Cheers,

Raimey
rse

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#572907 - 05/27/20 03:24 PM Re: Ferlach ?? for Raimey [Re: Run With The Fox]
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Registered: 02/25/10
Posts: 220
Loc: Bavaria, Germany
Hi Raimey,
My pal here in Bavaria has two son"s at the Ferlach school at present time. He runs a one man gun shop so might be expanding soon unless they meet some nice frauleins down there.

All the best

Martin

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