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fishhawk2700

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Splitfire Sporting Goods was a side deal of White Rifles. SSG marketed the Oddessey with the Christensen carbon wrapped barrel. It came a couple ways. It either had a White ambidextrous laminate thole stock or a laser engraved laminate sporter stock, and they are lite. I think the base barrel is a Criterion which is mated to a M97 action It has that type of crown anyway. I never shot the one I had but with a stout load I would make sure I had a FIRM grip.
 

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Splitfire Sporting Goods was a side deal of White Rifles. SSG marketed the Oddessey with the Christensen carbon wrapped barrel. It came a couple ways. It either had a White ambidextrous laminate thole stock or a laser engraved laminate sporter stock, and they are lite. I think the base barrel is a Criterion which is mated to a M97 action It has that type of crown anyway. I never shot the one I had but with a stout load I would make sure I had a FIRM grip.
Thanks for the info never new that seems like a nice set up though
 

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In the early 1990's, I was a direct dealer and distributor for White Muzzleloaders. Splitfire was one of the names they used for awhile. Lots of confusion with that for some time. I might have some old literature somewhere for that. If I find it, I'll post it here.
 

fishhawk2700

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In the early 1990's, I was a direct dealer and distributor for White Muzzleloaders. Splitfire was one of the names they used for awhile. Lots of confusion with that for some time. I might have some old literature somewhere for that. If I find it, I'll post it here.
It was White Rifles DBA Splitfire Sporting Goods. I hope you can find the info. Wonder If they offered any other rifle than the Oddesey.
 

Nick559

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I'm sure I have something on it somewhere. Only problem is that it's probably in one of a dozen old file boxes that I need to go through. Sooner or later, I will find it. Been going through about one box a week, filling up a dumpster with old flyers and the like.
 

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Also the ramrod jag shows how much use, unless cleaned, which most folks don't bother with and not shown here. This is a used rifle, looks good on the outside for the most part, but not worth $750, that's a NIB price. Then again somebody has bid on it an so it will sell. Sure glad I found mine for much less an NIB too!!
It's back.... I'm guessing the bid was to bump up the price even more, didn't work!
 

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I’m the one selling the super 91 on gunbroker and NEVER had it listed (buy it now) for 350. Someone bought it for 750 and never responded to a payment request. I can give you his name, address, phone number if you want. I had to reactivate the original post in order to get my final value fee back from gunbroker.
 

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I’m the one selling the super 91 on gunbroker and NEVER had it listed (buy it now) for 350. Someone bought it for 750 and never responded to a payment request. I can give you his name, address, phone number if you want. I had to reactivate the original post in order to get my final value fee back from gunbroker.
My apologies... hope you sell it!
 

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