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Old 10-02-2012, 10:15 PM   #1
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Default Hi standard sport King 22 long

has anyone ever heard of this rifle how is it a kid want to trade me this for some Chevy truck parts I have mainly the rear end what is the worth and is it junk or not I want 150 dollars for the rear end would I be able to get that back out of this rifle I have never owned a 22 rifle before so a little help will be appreciated thank you

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Old 10-02-2012, 11:17 PM   #2
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they are about a $100 gun in working condition.

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they are about a $100 gun in working condition.
What is the hight end
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If you think someone will be able to give you cash for the parts in the near future don't trade. If you can't get cash in the near future then trade.

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that is pretty much the high end. you would be awhile trying to get $125 out of it most likely.

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High Standards usually shoot WAY better than they should...so for a first .22 rifle, it'll do you justice.
If nothing else, it'd be fun as heck for awhile...and you'll get $150 out of it...it won't be hard.

Just do it, the fun you'll have will far outweigh the money you'll make later!!

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Just took a look at the gun is in remarkable nice shape not a scratch rust or dings looks like a new rifle I think I'm going to do the deal

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Good move
We await pics!!

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Here you guys go

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Nice!! Now feed it a good diet of quality ammo...which means don't use Remington rimfire ammo...LOL

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