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Old 11-17-2011, 05:06 PM   #1
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I just bought a Browning Buckmark 22 lr. Very nice looking gun and i paid $400. Did i get a good deal?

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Old 11-17-2011, 05:29 PM   #2
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I just bought one from a good friend of mine like new first of the year with a rail and an inexpensive red dot on it for $475.00. You got a good deal! And you will like the pistol. It is a good shooter and great quality.
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Ok, thanks man. Its the Rifle 22 not the pistol though.

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Aren't those rifles basically the Buckmark pistol with a stock and long, heavy barrel added on?

Why ask if its a good deal once the money has been put out? I'd just go out and shoot the thing and be happy rather than risk buyer's remorse.

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Why ask? Because I want to know

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it's only worth $150. I'll give you $200 for it, and you'll be $50 ahead.

It matters not one iota what you paid for it, enjoy it.

For future reference on gun prices, go to gunbroker.com and search on completed sales. That will give you an idea what OTHER people typically pay.
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Sorry I did not know that there was a Buck Mark rifle. I did take a look at it on the web. And it is just the pistol with a stock, for-end and longer barrel. I would say you got one great deal since I am sure no doubt they are much more expensive.

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it's only worth $150. I'll give you $200 for it, and you'll be $50 ahead.

It matters not one iota what you paid for it, enjoy it.

For future reference on gun prices, go to gunbroker.com and search on completed sales. That will give you an idea what OTHER people typically pay.
My sentiments exactly.

But I suppose that asking if you got a good deal on a new toy is not on the same scale as asking, "Was it as good for you as it was for me?"
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Sniper03: thanks for the help man and not raggin on my post like others. Greatly appreciated Partdeux: you might need to go to gunbroker bud and take a closer look. Cheapest I found was about what I paid. If you find anymore at your price please let me know and ill gladly purchase them. Thanks

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partdeux: You might need to go to gunbroker bud and take a closer look. Cheapest i found was about what i paid. If you find anymore at your price please let me know and ill gladly purchase them. Thanks
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