value of 1969 10/22 ?

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NZshooter

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I normally don't ask b/c I hate those "what's it worth" threads but here we are; I'm clueless on the value of old 10/22s.

What's a standard, unmodified, 1969 10/22 in 95% condition worth? I can tell from the stock that the barrel band had never been off before. Thanks.

edited to add details:
pre-warning label barrel with walnut stock (I thought they were all that way back then)
took a closer look, it is a metal buttplate
serial number 110-19xxx (makes it 1969 according to Ruger's site http://www.ruger.com/service/productHistory/RI-10-22.html)
 

Snake45

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Walnut stock, metal buttplate? I'd say at least $300, maybe more. Others may know more, though.
 

contender

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We need more details.
Type of stock is very important, as is the serial number. Pics would be the best way to give us details.
 

GasGuzzler

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Walnut stock is worth $80, metal trigger $80, non-warning barrel $60, metal butt plate $40, barrel band $20 on eBay and you'd still have the receiver. Pics are a must as described above. $300 is the starting point if it's 95% and can only go up.
 

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