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a good deal on a 10/22?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by rioalumni05, Oct 26, 2008.

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  1. rioalumni05

    rioalumni05 Member

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    well i was browsing local pawn shops today and found a nice newer ruger 10/22 with black synthetic stock( it was the thin stock kinda tactical looking i guess with the ruger logo). it had a tasco 4x20 scope mounted. it was priced 219, and was offered to me for 175+tax. i see from searching its pretty common to find these used anywhere from 150-200. i left it there, thinking many new guns would be rolling in here around holidays. i frequent the pawn shops alot almost weekly, and 10/22s are pretty rare there should i have went ahead and picked it up?
     
  2. R. Deckard

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    In Dallas, The chain store "Sports Authority" will have 10/22s on sale for $189.00 every now and then. You would think a used one at a pawn shop would cost more like $125.00, especially since they are usually beat up pieces of junk. I have yet to find a used 10/22 for less than $175.00 so I wait and just buy a new one, I am up too three of them now!
     
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    duplicate post sorry
     
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    too much for a used 10/22 unless it's customized and you can see it shoot good groups. Buy new if you are spending that much.
     
  5. CRITGIT

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    Consider a few things.
    The older stock (low contour) with the Ruger logo had an SS barrel. Depending on condition it would be worth the 170.00-175.00 price. The alternative is a new one with too many plastic parts or another used one if they come available in your area.

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  6. CajunBass

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    That's about what I'd expect to see one like that priced for around here really. Most of the standard blue/hardwood stock used one's I've seen lately are about $150.00 in good condition. Stainless would probably be a few bucks more. Toss in the scope, you're at $179.00, but that's assuming you'd want that particular scope. If you don't, well that not a plus anymore.
     
  7. jjohnson

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    No Big Favor

    That price isn't doing you any special favors.

    Tbe Ruger 10/22 makes a nice gift and all - I've given several of them as gifts to kids and friends... and have a fistful of them myself.... but it's a bit much for a used firearm that really doesn't have a collector value or anything like that.

    Ruger 10/22 is a wonderful tool - but common enough at gun shows and such that it's not hard to find a used one cheaper than this one. And outside of downright abuse, they just don't wear out - so I'd keep looking if bucks is a major issue. With Christmas coming soon enough, I'd be watching the sporting goods chain stores and other big retailers.
     
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    Does it look like this ????
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    I would have bought it.........The new ones have more plastic parts......:D
     
  9. Dookie

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    175 for a good condition used is a decent price, it is getting very hard to get the deals we used to. and considering the quality of the brand new models, it is worth it.
     
  10. NC-Mike

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    I got a new one at Bass Pro Shop for 149.99 about two years ago. It came with a 3x9 RedHead scope.

    Pre X-Mas sale. :)
     
  11. Rmart30

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    $175 isnt out of line for a SS in good shape.....thats about what most pawn shops around here want for similar guns. Most here ask 90% of new cost if its in any kinda decent shape.
    If it was a blued/wood gun I myself wouldnt go $175 but since its stainless..
    Id probably go back with a $100 bill and a 50 and put them in front of him and see if he bites ..... it never hurts to ask :)
     
  12. Tacbandit

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    Watching the sales is good advice...They'll be on sale for the holidays
    soon...
     
  13. NC-Mike

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    I don't shop Walmart but I still like the stainless 10-22 with 22" barrel I got there a couple years ago.

    Checkered stock and "recoil" pad... It's a pretty rifle.

    I think I paid 189.00

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  14. Dookie

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    those are now 239 new, and they are the new, improved painted model, no more stainless, just paint.
     
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