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cgersty 02-02-2013 11:02 PM

how much should I ask?
 
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I may sell my chopped off Remington 870 12ga, it has the Knox recoil stock on it with matching forend on it.

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Blueguns 02-03-2013 03:24 AM

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Originally Posted by cgersty
I may sell my chopped off Remington 870 12ga, it has the Knox recoil stock on it with matching forend on it.

They're are askin a lot for 870 express 18" on gun sale sites. You should be able to sell it for $450-500.

cgersty 02-03-2013 03:27 AM

Thanks, I'm trying to get it sold so I can get my kid a go cart or mini bike, and I don't really have use for this one, I hunt a lot and have a full size 870, this is one I cut down myself, still think its worth that much?

HockaLouis 02-03-2013 03:38 AM

Put it this way... You'll never get more for it than now. Did ya at least use a black bluing marker on the muzzle and tap the bead back in? I presume you measured the barrel correctly and it's still legal. The gun without the barrel is still worth a coupla hundred despite being a modern Remington 870. Some yahoo is looking for just that gun today.

Throw in a box of 00 Buckshot OR even more deadly #4 Birdshot and it's already sold!

cgersty 02-03-2013 03:43 AM

I reblued the end of the barrel, its measured a tad longer than 18.25" it doesn't have a bead but the end of the vent rib works very nice for aiming, and I'm including some 000 buck and some high brass buffered #2s with it as well.

HockaLouis 02-03-2013 03:49 AM

Buy at Sears or borrow the right tap, could have a 'smith, install that bead and you'll get quite a few hundred for that gun -- it's a sellers market now. With that OC and just one box of #2 shotshells you've probably already sold it right here (I don't mean me, but someone)!

cgersty 02-03-2013 03:51 AM

May do that tomorrow if I sell it here do I have to transfer it to a dealer, because I don't want to go through all of that, I don't know if I'm gonna sell it yet, just seeing what I may get for it

cgersty 02-03-2013 04:26 AM

Just offered a trade for a stainless like new s&w chief special in 38 special with two boxes of ammo, straight trade, is it worth it? Local trade, really want to avoid shipping and all that nonsense

Renegade44 02-03-2013 04:35 AM

If your not using it, and you would use the 38 its a no brainer to me. Condition pending of course. I like my S&W 38 442 a lot. I carry it on my ankle 99% of the time.
I don't become attached to things very easily. If I don't use it, I trade it or sell it.
Go by your gut, feels right, no hassle, no shipping, do it.

cgersty 02-03-2013 04:41 AM

It's in like new condition, and my other shotguns get used for hunting, don't have a use for this one, if and when Illinois gets ccw, this is what Ive been wanting a snubbie in 38 special so I think its a win win.


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