Not exactly a deer rifle I know, but I have a couple of 12 gauge shotguns that need to go to make room in my cabinet for my hopefully-soon-to-be-granted FAC.
So, the first is a Franchi Hunter 12 gauge, 1/2 choke, 28" barrel. Recoil semi-auto design so no gas parts to keep clean. The design was based (I think) on the Browning A5 (Auto-5) and works well. It didn't cycle that reliably with lighter cartridges when I first got it, so I stripped it all down, degreased the action, regreased it all and reassembled, and now it cycles even Hull Comp-X 99% of the time. (I think it would cycle 24g and maybe even 21g carts without problems now, but I don't have any of either to test it - the Hull Comp-X are the lightest recoiling carts I use). The gun also has an adjustable recoil mechanism so you can set it for light loads (as it is currently, for clays) or for heavier hunting loads if you wish. That way you won't wear / damage the action with heavier cartridges with higher recoil.
Cosmetically it's in pretty good condition, though there's some wear to the base of the trigger guard, and also to the base of the barrel where the action moves when it cycles. It has the odd cabinet mark too.
Gun is in Bristol, and I would prefer face to face. Price is £120 ONO. Any questions, please ask away.
Thanks for reading.