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superman 10-23-2009 05:45 PM

375 Winchester
 
Anyone ever shot this? I inherited several guns, want to sell handfull bc I need to pay off debt. Tell me if I should sell or keep

SKS (great shape, shoots great)
375 Winchester
M1 Garand (keep i know haha)
Ruger 10/22 (keep for sure)
Mossberg 22 LR, single shot
Blackpowder Rifles (2) 50 and 54 cal

T/C Contender single shot + 3 barrels w/ scope
Ruger 45 LC
Ruger 30 cal carbine revolver
Ruger 22 revolver
Ruger NEW MODEL SUPER BLACKHAWK 44 MAG SINGLE ACTION
OLD ARMY BLACK POWDER REVOLVER

CA357 10-23-2009 06:56 PM

I'd have a hard time letting any of them go.

superman 10-23-2009 07:08 PM

HAHA ME TOO, BUT THE WIFE NEEDS TO BE HAPPY TOO :o) SO I GET TO KEEP HALF WHICH IS AWESOME, I DIDN'T LIST THE ONES IM 100% KEEPING (TAURUS PT92, LLAMA 45 ACP, RUGER 44 MAG, NORINCO CHINESE MILITARY CIA 7.62X25MM, RUGER 357, S&W 41 MAG, COLT 38 SP, COLT 32 S&W LONG, RUGER MARK II 22LR...)

THE ONES I'M THINKING OF GETTING RID I DONT WANT TO, BUT I NEED TO...

CAN YOU AT LEAST YOUR FAV TO LEAST FAV TO HELP ME? I CAN GET A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT TO GET OUT OF DEBT SO WE CAN BUY A HOUSE, BUT STILL KEEP A SWEET COLLECTION TO HAVE FOR WWIII HAHA

THANKS

CA357 10-23-2009 07:23 PM

Check Gunbroker for current prices. Then post them for sale for a bit less.

crossfire 10-23-2009 07:39 PM

Dump the Rugers, including the 10/22 and Mk II, except for the Old Army. The OA is no longer in production and will gain value rather quickly; especially to those interested in having a .50 caliber black powder revolver made. Price will depend on what barrels the Contender has but it should be next to go. The .375 Winchester is very sought after by lever-gun fans and ammunition can be hard to find at times, but I wouldn't sell it. Keeping the Garand is a given. The Mossberg you should keep simply because you probably won't get much if you did sell it.

superman 10-23-2009 07:51 PM

Thanks for the advice man, the T/C contender has a 357, 41 &44 mag barrel. Scopes on the 41 mag. So the rugers except the old army one first, then the T/C contender, and the 375 Winchester can sell easy but don't get rid of? ammo is pricey, $40 for 20 bullets, but i can only get what, $300 tops for it?

cpttango30 10-23-2009 10:18 PM

What model is the Mossberg 22?

eaglesnester 10-23-2009 11:08 PM

375 Winchester
 
If you are a hunter keep the 375 winchester. It is probably the closest thing you can get that is a do all gun.

jbshoots 10-23-2009 11:21 PM

i'd keep the first four rifles (sks, winchester, m1, ruger) and maybe the "old army blackpowder revolver" if i could get away with it.

i think those and the others you kept would leave you pretty well stocked with some good guns.

but that's just my opinion.

superman 10-23-2009 11:24 PM

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I DON'T REM OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD WHAT MODEL THE MOSSBERG IS, IT'S OLD SCHOOL, CHECK THE PIC OUT I ATTACHED, IT'S SWEET.

AND I'M NOT A HUNTER, SO I GUESS THAT ANSWERED MY QUESTION ABOUT SELLING IT! I REALLY WANT TO SELL ENOUGH TO PUT A LOAD IN SAVINGS AND I REALLY REALLY REALLY WANT THE SPRINGFIELD XD 45 ACP :o) THOSE ARE SWEET!


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