Thanks for the head's up on the ammo, best I could find was orignal 30s stuff in ten packs for 30 bucks, or 25 loose rounds for 44 bucks.
I think we are gonna buy it....despite an inaccurate description translated from bar customer to bartender onto a guest check.
They totally misspelt Steyr, so badly I am shocked Mannlicher was correct....especially in a bar environment.
One of the strippers is Nazi marked, one Austrian....two blank. The gun itself is S marked...so another description error.
Turns out the guy literally lives a stones throw away from me....diagonal from my house, across the irrigation ditch. LOL
He dropped the price to $225, without us asking even, it's numbers matching....nothing forced either, at least above the stock line... It's an early Century import with the minimal stamp under the barrel.....
The one that was on Gunbroker and sold for $290, was force matched on the bolt and stock, and had the hideous dot matrix stamp all over the side of the receiver, along with a patch job on the stock for the bottom swivel, when it was force matched, (on the opposite side) to match that gun... they switched to the side swivel....I am surprised it jumped up that much in price overnight....it was $234 yesterday. The one I am looking at is much nicer IMO.
I will likely get it today, and hopefully get some pics up....although I am really learning to hate my phone camera.