375 Winchester

Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by superman, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. superman

    superman New Member

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    Anyone ever shot this? I inherited several guns, want to sell handfull bc I need to pay off debt. Tell me if I should sell or keep

    SKS (great shape, shoots great)
    375 Winchester
    M1 Garand (keep i know haha)
    Ruger 10/22 (keep for sure)
    Mossberg 22 LR, single shot
    Blackpowder Rifles (2) 50 and 54 cal

    T/C Contender single shot + 3 barrels w/ scope
    Ruger 45 LC
    Ruger 30 cal carbine revolver
    Ruger 22 revolver
    Ruger NEW MODEL SUPER BLACKHAWK 44 MAG SINGLE ACTION
    OLD ARMY BLACK POWDER REVOLVER
     
  2. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    I'd have a hard time letting any of them go.
     

  3. superman

    superman New Member

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    HAHA ME TOO, BUT THE WIFE NEEDS TO BE HAPPY TOO :eek:) SO I GET TO KEEP HALF WHICH IS AWESOME, I DIDN'T LIST THE ONES IM 100% KEEPING (TAURUS PT92, LLAMA 45 ACP, RUGER 44 MAG, NORINCO CHINESE MILITARY CIA 7.62X25MM, RUGER 357, S&W 41 MAG, COLT 38 SP, COLT 32 S&W LONG, RUGER MARK II 22LR...)

    THE ONES I'M THINKING OF GETTING RID I DONT WANT TO, BUT I NEED TO...

    CAN YOU AT LEAST YOUR FAV TO LEAST FAV TO HELP ME? I CAN GET A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT TO GET OUT OF DEBT SO WE CAN BUY A HOUSE, BUT STILL KEEP A SWEET COLLECTION TO HAVE FOR WWIII HAHA

    THANKS
     
  4. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    Check Gunbroker for current prices. Then post them for sale for a bit less.
     
  5. crossfire

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    Dump the Rugers, including the 10/22 and Mk II, except for the Old Army. The OA is no longer in production and will gain value rather quickly; especially to those interested in having a .50 caliber black powder revolver made. Price will depend on what barrels the Contender has but it should be next to go. The .375 Winchester is very sought after by lever-gun fans and ammunition can be hard to find at times, but I wouldn't sell it. Keeping the Garand is a given. The Mossberg you should keep simply because you probably won't get much if you did sell it.
     
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  6. superman

    superman New Member

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    Thanks for the advice man, the T/C contender has a 357, 41 &44 mag barrel. Scopes on the 41 mag. So the rugers except the old army one first, then the T/C contender, and the 375 Winchester can sell easy but don't get rid of? ammo is pricey, $40 for 20 bullets, but i can only get what, $300 tops for it?
     
  7. cpttango30

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    What model is the Mossberg 22?
     
  8. eaglesnester

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    If you are a hunter keep the 375 winchester. It is probably the closest thing you can get that is a do all gun.
     
  9. jbshoots

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    i'd keep the first four rifles (sks, winchester, m1, ruger) and maybe the "old army blackpowder revolver" if i could get away with it.

    i think those and the others you kept would leave you pretty well stocked with some good guns.

    but that's just my opinion.
     
  10. superman

    superman New Member

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    I DON'T REM OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD WHAT MODEL THE MOSSBERG IS, IT'S OLD SCHOOL, CHECK THE PIC OUT I ATTACHED, IT'S SWEET.

    AND I'M NOT A HUNTER, SO I GUESS THAT ANSWERED MY QUESTION ABOUT SELLING IT! I REALLY WANT TO SELL ENOUGH TO PUT A LOAD IN SAVINGS AND I REALLY REALLY REALLY WANT THE SPRINGFIELD XD 45 ACP :eek:) THOSE ARE SWEET!
     

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  11. superman

    superman New Member

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    Thanks jbsshoots, i plan on keeping them all but the 375, a few hundred in my pocket would be nice, the thread i just posted answers why, plus in that load i also inherited a winchester ranger 1200 shotgun 12 ga, things a beast, so i'm well stocked, i just really want an xd, absolutely my fav
     
  12. jbshoots

    jbshoots New Member

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    yeah, i got a chance to shoot one about a month ago. pretty slick gun, i wouldn't mind having one, but a new gun just ain't in the budget right now.
     
  13. crossfire

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    Are you asking if you can get $300 for the Winchester .375? In good condition, try double that...easy. These rifles aren't that easy to come by and those who have them don't readily part with them. Take a trip to leveractions.com and ask around. Ammo cost usually doesn't matter as most who own them handload for them. Tho .357, .41 and .44 Mag are popular calibers for the Contender; as a set, they bring more value to the pistol.
     
  14. superman

    superman New Member

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    CROSSFIRE- Thanks for the info, I will check that site out, that makes me happier to know the value is higher than i thought, thanks!


    JBSHOOTS- I feel ya man, that's why I'm selling handful of my guns :) glad I could inherit them because I wouldn't own a gun, too poor and married haha
     
  15. crossfire

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  16. greenjeans

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    I have a Marlin in .375 Winchester that I was offered over $500. for several years ago. I don't shoot it much, but it was a gift from my FIL so I take it out occasionally. Took my first ever deer with it about 10 years ago.