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Old 08-03-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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Default Savage arms .22 bolt action with small scope.

Anybody know what it's worth? Barely used never even sighted in. Someone asked I I'd sell it but if it's not worth much I'll just hang on to it.

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Old 08-03-2012, 10:29 PM   #2
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I'll post a pic later

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Joe- Ford car. Small engine. What's it worth?

We need MODEL and condition at a minimum. Savage made dozens of different .22s.

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Sorry ill get as much info as possible when I get home tonight. Condition is awesome, barely fired, it's about 10 years old.

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It's a savage mark II

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I used to have the exact gun i deeply regret trading it ive been trying to get it back from the guy ever since i realized it was a mistake...anyways i bought mine new at about 130 but ive seen them priced now for about 160

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Yeah a guy at work asked if I wanted to sell it, I was like "I suppose I'd consider it". But honestly I'll probably go ahead and keep it. Just gotta figure out how to adjust the scope and get her sighted in.

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The gun was purchased for me as a Christmas gift by my parents the year I tuned 18 which also happened to be the year I became less interested in hunting and more interested in girls and cars lol. My step father at the time fired it a few times but never sighted it in then it spent a few years at my father in laws house and I believe he put a few rounds through it and I just fired it for the first time about a week ago. That's when I remembered how much I love shooting 22 caliber rifles.

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savage rifles go for 140 dollars up to 400+. You could pull info off savages site to help know what you have . Small scope as in 3/4" tubeor 1", 4 power , Make and what ever it has on for model. If you now enjoy shooting it again does it matter what its worth.

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I only gave $120.00 for my Mk II, brand new...............

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