77-22, Withdrawn.

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cowboy1

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It's back in the safe where it will stay.
Thanks to all that read the post.
CB1
 

pete44ru

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IMO, $350-$550, bareback (no scope) - depending upon if it's sold locally, or in a widely-viewed guns-only online ad/auction.



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AJGUNNER

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You would have guys all over it at $350. More like $450 for a starting point in my opinion.
 

se3388

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Don't feel insulted, how about $250.00, after all it is used and it's just a 22.

Steve.........
 

cowboy1

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se3388 said:
Don't feel insulted, how about $250.00, after all it is used and it's just a 22.

Steve.........
Check Wolfees' post below. "Cheap 77-22s"
But, thanks for the reply anyway.
 

se3388

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LOL, just trying to make you feel better. I already have one, I picked up a stainless 77/22 (no iron sights) with the boat paddle stock when I lived in Hawaii and added a wood stock to it later. It is particular about the ammo it eats but it is very accurate with it's favorite stuff.

Steve..........
 
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