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Old 06-27-2009, 09:39 PM   #1
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Remington 700 BDL 30-06 made in march 1983. It looks great!

Rifle by itself, no cheap-o scope.

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Old 06-27-2009, 10:40 PM   #2
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brian, you aren't gonna sell it, are you?

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I'd estimate it at $20. I'll give you $50 for it though 'cause I like you.

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I'd estimate it at $20. I'll give you $50 for it though 'cause I like you.
You're one hel! of a guy, Uber.
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brian, you aren't gonna sell it, are you?
Well, I'm considering funding a project of a different nature. Considering, but I haven't shot the rifle yet, so I may just fall in love with it!!

My brother won't care.

Ubergoober,

T he rifle is on the way, please send the money order.
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From what I see the the blue book of gun values it would be about $400 to $600 depending on condition, then add the value of the scope. Then aganing it might be worth more/less in the real world. I'd hold it until about a month before deer season then sell it if you want to get rid of it. That's when you will get the best price for it. It's a nice rifle and something you might decide to keep after you shoot it.

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Good advice! Deer season would bring the $$$$

I really want a carbine.

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I have the Remington Cheapo model, 78 Sportsman. It's not worth many $ and I DON'T like the whole Remington action from their sheet metal recoil plate to the beer can extractor, but I can't sell the thing because it's Fiercely Accurate. Bummer huh?

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