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Whats a reasonable price to sell my 10/22 for?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by dbrown, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. dbrown

    dbrown Well-Known Member

  2. sgtstryker

    sgtstryker Well-Known Member

    Down here, folks are asking $3-400 for that rifle. Must be someone buying them. I know it's hard to find new ones now. But I got a decent pawn shop 10/22 before Christmas for $150. Then and now.
  3. BHP FAN

    BHP FAN Well-Known Member

    you should never get rid of a 10/22. It's bad luck.
  4. gspn

    gspn Well-Known Member

    I 100% agree with that.
  5. dbrown

    dbrown Well-Known Member

    I need some money and anyway i already own another 10/22.
  6. c4v3man

    c4v3man Well-Known Member

    One can never have too many 10/22's.

    That being said, I'd have a hard time paying over $250 for it even now during the panic, but that's just me. I got a new 22" walmart special edition in stainless for around $200. If you have a volquartsen trigger or some other high dollar mod on it then obviously it'd be higher.
  7. primalmu

    primalmu Well-Known Member

    I'm selling my 10/22 tomorrow for $225, roughly what I paid for it. I've found that I much prefer my CZ 452 and its Tech Sights. ;)
  8. MedWheeler

    MedWheeler Well-Known Member

    I've had mine since 1986. In 2011, I replaced the wood stock with a Tapco unit. The Bushnell scope on it has been on there since about 1987. I don't think I could ever want to get rid of it.

    Good luck selling yours. Is your other one stock?
  9. dbrown

    dbrown Well-Known Member

    No it has a bull barrel with a houge stock.
  10. Sav .250

    Sav .250 Well-Known Member

    You could be in a "sellers" market. Condition is just about everything so your price should show that.
  11. baz

    baz Well-Known Member

    I've owned mine since the 1970's. Every other gun I owned from that time was eventually sold. But not the 10/22. It no longer looks the same, having donned a Butler folding stock after they became available again when the sun set on the previous AWB. And I'll never sell it.
  12. Elkins45

    Elkins45 Well-Known Member

    I see lots of people asking 300-400 on Armslist, but I have no idea if anyone is buying at that price. Has there been a run on 10/22s or can you still walk into WalMart and get one for around $200?

    I wasn't aware the panic market had extended to non-AR style rimfires.
  13. Sistema1927

    Sistema1927 Well-Known Member

    It has a rail and a "high capacity ammunition feeding device ", so in this crazy market he might be able to get $10k for it.
  14. 119er

    119er Well-Known Member

    Base models for $239 at a gun show today.

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