what do i need to do to sell this?

Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by shooters, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. shooters

    shooters New Member

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    hello all

    i am trying to sell my rifle and it seems no! one is bidding on!!
    can you all tell me what i am doing wrong? and is this gun so cheap and ugly?

    need some help what the gun comes with... Survivor Rifle , 308 Winchester, 22" Heavy Barrel, Single Shot, Synthetic Stock, Blue Finish
    harris bi pod brand new bushnell scope 10x40 and everything eles you see all i am asking is a compact or subcompact trade
    handgun...


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  2. canebrake

    canebrake New Member

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  3. shooters

    shooters New Member

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    any hints on price i should list?
     
  4. JiroZero713

    JiroZero713 Active Member

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    I think it's because people mainly look for Bolt Actions and not single shots.

    Looks like a good rifle though...but I'm not to keen on single shot rifles myself...cept shotguns.
     
  5. skullcrusher

    skullcrusher New Member

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    Without accessories, that NEF can be gotten for 'bout $200 new. With extras, I'd say no more than $225 used.
     
  6. big shrek

    big shrek Well-Known Member

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    Single-shot rifles are not popular...might be after Obama re-instates the Clinton Gun ban...I sure as heck wouldn't sell/trade a gun for the next 8 years...

    Best bet is to keep it, and buy a used Star or Firestar 9mm for around $150-200 ;) Or a Taurus 24/7 C (Compact) for around $350. Most pawn shops & gun shops will let you make a couple of payments to get what you want. 90 days layaway is a Wonderful thing :) I always pay mine off early and the gun guys know me when I hit the door ;)

    Any gun shop/pawn shop that doesn't allow a 90-day (or more) Layaway, are dang fools.
     
  7. big shrek

    big shrek Well-Known Member

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    Oh, yeah, NEF is part of Remington since last year's buyout of Marlin. Watch for Remington to push accesory makers into covering all the new stuff. ;)

    (Marlin owned NEF, H&R, & LC Higgins)