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Any info on this Sovereign .22 rifle???

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by karrick, Mar 16, 2007.

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  1. karrick

    karrick Member

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    I acquired this gun at an estate sale and was wondering if anyone knows anything about it and/or possible value. I am hoping to take it to the Indy1500 this weekend and sell it. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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  2. nibb

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    It looks new...
     
  3. The Deer Hunter

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    Is the receiver synthetic?

    yeat it looks new, I accually like it.
     
  4. karrick

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    I think the receiver is cast or something with a black finish. It had been shot a few rounds before I had it. I put ~21 rounds through her to make sure everything was functional, after checking it over of course:) . Other than that it has a few handling bumps but really close to NIB status. btw... The gun is still around, I didn't make it to the 1500.
     
  5. panther22

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    I've seen a few around here before, but not lately. The pawn shop that used to handle them usually sold them around $150. That was about 2 years ago.
    I've never owned one, so I can't comment about its reliability or function.
     
  6. karrick

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    Thanks Panther! I have no idea what this thing was worth. I would prefer to have a more "typical" rifle i.e. another Marlin60 or Remmy speedmaster...;)
     
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