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

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by glunkin, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. glunkin

    glunkin Member

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    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
     
  2. arcticap

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    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.
     
  3. glunkin

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    Great - About what I thought....

    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.
     
  4. Loyalist Dave

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    :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
     
  5. Demascus

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    36 Maxie Ball

    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.
     
  6. rdstrain49

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    +1 for the 45 Seneca. Mine is not for sale at any price.
     
  7. Prairie Dawg

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    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
     
  8. bubba15301

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    For deer in pa nuzzleloading long gun must be .45 cal or larger ..36 cal not legal for deer
     
  9. Zeke/PA

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    YUP!!
    .45 or LARGER for deer here in PA.
     
  10. Fingers McGee

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    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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