1969 Mannlicher 10/22

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kevin masten

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Not a great deal of information given with which to price your rifle

For example: amount of blue wear. Stock refinished? Yes or no or don't know. Any surface rust?

Rating it by NRA standards or by eye balling it to
Be a nice rifle , it would command a price of at or near $400 in my area. Prices will vary accordingly.

Photo would be great to see.

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chet15

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There are a few 110- prefixed 10/22 Internationals, which in my opinion should up the price a little.
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I had a couple from around the turn of the new century. One I picked up new and the other used. They are flanking the Ruger No.1 International below. I sold the used one with a few nicks in the stock for $300 several years ago so I would think an old 69 would bring more than that if the wood is nice.

 

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IMO as-new with box, etc. could fetch $450 around here, and would go quickly.
Add a couple nicks in the aluminum and some shine on the muzzle, its a $300 gun tops.
Scratch or two or a couple dents or scuffs through the wood finish, and it slips toward 250 or less quickly...

Asking value without pictures is like asking what chicken tastes like.
 

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To me, $450 would be low dollar on a 90% gun...and of all the early 10/22RSI I've seen, maybe only 1 or 2 were 90%, the others were much better.
An original box by itself, if in at least decent condition should be worth $200 by itself.
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Oh yes...good point RR....I should have mentioned the $450 low dollar price is for the 1966 to 1969 era gun as is the $200 price for the box.
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radicalrod said:
I find that most people don't understand the difference between an original and the WALMART STUFF....

Kind of sad......RR

Since I don't understand your reference, please explain. What about original WALMART STUFF?

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Ruger did not sell seconds or blems to the largest gun retailer in the USA, despite the WM-bashers thought processes.
However they did make engineering/manufacturing improvements to the designs, sometimes depending on supply chain limitations and mostly for controlling manufacturing cost increases (primarily union-cost influences). Every design revision is an improvement. Cosmetics and romantics were not WBR's priorities.
 

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Highstandardguy...I think in this case, RR is making a broad generalization between a modern 10/22 International (wal-mart stuff) and an original 1966-1966 production 10/22 International. They are apples and oranges to dedicated Ruger collectors.
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chet15 said:
Highstandardguy...I think in this case, RR is making a broad generalization between a modern 10/22 International (wal-mart stuff) and an original 1966-1966 production 10/22 International. They are apples and oranges to dedicated Ruger collectors.
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And what good is your bowl of fruit with out one of each LOL
 
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