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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by CA357, Aug 6, 2010.
Someone was just asking about this. It retails for $479.
I like it. It should be off limits to all Chesneys.
That's a pretty big premium for laser etching!
Yeah, it's expensive. But I would imagine that it's a home run for Talo what with all the Boy Scouts in this Country.
Thanks for the posts on this unique 10/22. I just came back from the National Jamboree (100 years of the Boy Scouts of America) and this gun is going to be very hard to come by. Davidson's of Arizona apparently just got the first 200 and my dealer was only able to get his hands on one of them. More will be coming but with all the advertising now coming out, I suspect they were all be spoken for, very quickly. With all the Jamboree memorabilia going for several hundreds of dollars, after the fact, as collectible, I see these being well within that range of affordable BSA lore. Having done some good business with my FFL, prior to this, he quoted me a price of $415, with the NICS background check. I planned to have my Venturing crew shoot it, but my brothers are saying it needs to be preserved, unfired. What a dilemma, and one I am very happy to have to deal with. I feel very lucky on this one. Good timing was everything... and a well connected gun dealer.