Value of Thompson Center ".36 Cal. "Seneca"


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glunkin
January 29, 2011, 05:43 PM
Can anyone tell me a estimated value of a .36 Caliber " Seneca". New- Never fire w/all manuals/parts catalog,etc. Patch box on stock style.
Thank you for any & all the help -
Michael
glunkin1@yahoo.com

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arcticap
January 30, 2011, 06:43 AM
It depends where you sell it but the value of an unfired TC Seneca is between $500 - $600, with the expected average price to be about $550.

glunkin
January 31, 2011, 12:38 AM
Thank you !! Then I now have a Thompson Center Arms .36 Caliber "Senaka" percussion Muzzleloader FOR SALE- New-Never Fired !! "Rare" . Still have all Manufacturers Owners Manual,Parts List,Warranty Card,etc. No Box. Also comes with all possibles for firing,cleaning. It's a Beautiful Muzzleloader that anyone would be glad to own. Anyone intersted can reach me at (Michael)
Arizona 480-250-8245 Leave message. $ 600.00 - Neg.

Loyalist Dave
February 1, 2011, 10:00 AM
:D Michael, It's worth what somebody is willing to pay you for it..., balanced with how patient you are willing to be to wait for somebody to come to your price. :D

So you may find somebody who's gotta have it and will outbid an offer of $600, or you may find that lots of folks want it, but can't give more than x for it. I'd love a Seneca, but .36 caliber rifles are not that rare..., a Seneca in .45 is the most desired model and what I'd be interested in, for it's light like a .36 but one can use it on deer in many many states.

LD

Demascus
March 4, 2012, 02:36 PM
Howdy, I'm a new member 60 years old. Been shooting muzzleloaders most all my life.
Now a T/C 36 cal. Seneca using a Maxie ball and 60 grains of 3f BP is good enough for Pa. Whitetails. The ones I have taken didn't know what caliber I was using.

rdstrain49
March 4, 2012, 03:35 PM
+1 for the 45 Seneca. Mine is not for sale at any price.

Prairie Dawg
March 4, 2012, 04:48 PM
The Seneca was the prettiest little rifle that T/C ever made.
I have one in .45 & love it.
Have a Cherokee in .32 for squirrels & other small game.
Nice little hunting rifles.
Be patient & you'll do just fine.
--Dawg

bubba15301
March 4, 2012, 05:27 PM
For deer in pa nuzzleloading long gun must be .45 cal or larger ..36 cal not legal for deer

Zeke/PA
March 4, 2012, 08:40 PM
For deer in pa nuzzleloading long gun must be .45 cal or larger ..36 cal not legal for deer
YUP!!
.45 or LARGER for deer here in PA.

Fingers McGee
March 6, 2012, 05:31 PM
It depends where you sell it but the value of an unfired TC Seneca is between $500 - $600, with the expected average price to be about $550.

2011 Blue Book of Modern BP Arms lists a NIB Seneca at $300. But, as has been said, it's worth what someone is willing to pay for it.

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