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Old 04-05-2012, 06:21 AM   #1
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Default 10/22 carbine for 130$

Did I get a good deal or how much does one run for nowadays?..I have a bit of rust on the barell though...I bought the gun off if my boss but he keeps saying he gave me a great deal and that it's worth 4 times that price but I never paid more than a 150$ out of all the 22's that I have had....To sum it up how what does a old 10/22 carbine go for because I see a wide price range for them?

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Old 04-05-2012, 01:13 PM   #2
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Yes if all it has is a little rust on the barrel and u paid 130bucks for it!

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I would have bought it too!
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That's a great buy. I'll give you $140 right now.

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Got a picture to share? I doubt it's worth 4x the cost but when I saw this post I was hoping it was to a store selling a 10/22 for $130 so I could buy one too!

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It definitely is NOT worth 4x that amount, but you did get a good deal. I just saw them brand new in the store yesterday for $200. It was on sale and was actually even cheaper than the youth model which was $230. For what you paid, i wouldve bought it too. As long as there is no rust in the bore, it will be a great shooter. Ive shot 10's of thousands of rounds through mine and it is still as accurate as the day i got it. Its damn near impossible to wear the barrels out. And the rest of the rifle is pretty much indestructible too. Got a real heavy trigger from the factory but the aftermarket can help that. Congrats

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I am not a Big Spender I will give you $140.50 cents, enjoy the rifle! Cliff

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Got a picture to share? I doubt it's worth 4x the cost but when I saw this post I was hoping it was to a store selling a 10/22 for $130 so I could buy one too!
Not a great picture because it's off of my phone but I'll post a better one here in a few.

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If it has a or atleast had a nice peice of wood on it and no barrel band your boss may have paid a fair amount higher price new that the run of the mil $185 dollar base rifle but never ever 4x more.

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Yeah, the guys are right about that, 4x more is ridiculous.

If they are going for $200 new in other places, you got a great deal...buuuut...at the world of wally here in NC, they can be had for $117 last I looked...

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