10/22 Value ? and Charger Value ?

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mike7mm08

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Trying to get the temperature of the current market. A purge is coming just got too much stuff sitting.

Looked over gunbroker. Not much to compare to. High starting bids and in turn no bids. So would like some thoughts on values.

First is a 10/22 international. Want to say early 2000s. At the time it was a cabelas exclusive run. Stainless steel birch stock black recoil pad. Metal trigger group. Gun is perfect NIB.

Next one is a 10/22 charger. First year production of the original style. One of the few early ones that came with a metal trigger group. Again perfect NIB with all accessories.

Appreciate any input.
 

9x19

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Collectors will generally spend more for New in the box items... shooters don't add alot of value to a gun based on the box and papers, etc.

In my area, if you're in a hurry, $300-350 for the stainless International, $250-275 for the Charger, maybe more if you wait for one of those collectors to find you.

Prices can vary quite a bit by region, so it could be different where you are.

Good luck.
 

SGW Gunsmith

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mike7mm08 said:
Trying to get the temperature of the current market. A purge is coming just got too much stuff sitting.

Looked over gunbroker. Not much to compare to. High starting bids and in turn no bids. So would like some thoughts on values.

First is a 10/22 international. Want to say early 2000s. At the time it was a cabelas exclusive run. Stainless steel birch stock black recoil pad. Metal trigger group. Gun is perfect NIB.

Next one is a 10/22 charger. First year production of the original style. One of the few early ones that came with a metal trigger group. Again perfect NIB with all accessories.

Appreciate any input.

You clearly stated that BOTH are NIB, so that's a good thing. The International 10/22 is a neat version and highly sought after by some. I wouldn't doubt that to the right person, you could get $400.00 for it. Being a very limited run, does help the value.
The **NEW** style Chargers are much better cosmetically than the first iteration of that model. You might get back what you paid for it, again, if the right buyer comes along.
 

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