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Rifle Price

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by SlowIsSmoothIsFast, Mar 9, 2011.

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  1. SlowIsSmoothIsFast

    SlowIsSmoothIsFast Member

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    Hey Guys,

    New here. This looks like a very good forum. Everyone is respectful and mature.

    I'm in a bit of a predicament and having some buyer's remorse.

    What would be an appropriate price for a Savage 11 in .223 rem. It has the accu-stock and accu-trigger. Internal mag with hinged floor plate.

    I have had it for about a year and maybe 250-300 rounds through it. Only used at range, so the finish is like new.

    Bud's lists for around $550. I was thinking around $475 shipped? Is that a reasonable price?

    Thanks
     
  2. Tom609

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    Its certainly isn’t my place to put a value are suggest a selling price for your rifle.:) That said there are venues such as suggested by one respondent so far. The other route to examine is to place your rifle on consignment with a firearms dealer. There are depending on your location internet venues that are regional/state appropriate forums for firearm transactions.
     
  4. SlowIsSmoothIsFast

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    I don't think I was exactly clear with my OP. I am wanting to sell this rifle and want a decent starting point on price.
     
  5. Mr_Pale_Horse

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    There is a new one on Gunbroker for $485 + $25 SH + (FFL fee), so I think you will have to come down a bit.
     
  6. slowr1der

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    Honestly, imo since it's used $350 max and I think that's on the high side. I think $300 would be more on the fair side of things for both parties.
     
  7. terryknight

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    you can also check gunsamerica.com or talk to the local stores. I also agree that 350 would be a more reasonable price
     
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