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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by bogcjg, Jul 20, 2011.
what price should is sell mine for it is a .300 winchester mag
You have one? REALLY
Man you should get at least $10,000 for it.
realy tht seems like alot
LOL! I have seen them for around 875 on the interwebz....
that is what i have seen them for
Yeah but it sounds like you got the super ultra deluxe model in 300 win mag they only made about 3 of them. They are not in the blue book. You should put it on gunbroker with a $7500 BIN price and someone will sure snatch it up in 15 minutes.
Countin mine & his theres only one floating around out there
I'm keepin mine
Tango's off his meds, AGAIN!
Seriously? Gun values vary considerably based on exact model/embellishments, caliber, rarity, locale, condition and the "needs" of the buyer. It is virtually imposible to give a reasonable "value" without more information and several pictures. Even then it is quite subjective.
I sold my Montana in .300 WSM for $850 in Gun broker about a year ago. Great gun, just never used it and too many lightweight magnums in my inventory.
The Montana is the Stainless ultralight with the Kevlar stock. It's a current production model and MSRP is about $1,300. I've seen it for a hair under $1,200 retail.
Some photos and a little deeper description should help get you some realistic posts, aside from that you must expect a slight amount of creativity in everyone's posts.
I have a car it is a kia with a 2.4l engin. How much should I sell it for?
Really I was being sarcastic.
You don't see it as a bit ridiculous that you post a name and a caliber and expect a dead on accurate retail price? Then you already know what you should sell it for because you said so yourself in a later post.
So I gave you a price the best I could based on an inaccurate description no pictures and nothing else.