Values of ruger No. 1v

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cafsman

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Seeking other opinions of the value of the following (all have AAA wood or better):

1v 243 NIB

1v 280 / 7mm Rem Express Unfired no box

1v 300 Win Mag Unfired no box

1v 300 Win Mag 99%

1v 7mm Rem Mag Unfired (one with box other no box)

1v 7mm 98% with box
 

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cafsman":34r2w9ja said:
Seeking other opinions of the value of the following (all have AAA wood or better):

1v 243 NIB

1v 280 / 7mm Rem Express Unfired no box

1v 300 Win Mag Unfired no box

1v 300 Win Mag 99%

1v 7mm Rem Mag Unfired (one with box other no box)

1v 7mm 98% with box


Depends on whether you are a seller or a purchaser. Second, SN range for each and if they factory letter as configured(I would check tho I assume they would). Third, what generation of wood do they have? Frankly, giving numbers out to the world, has an effect some of us do not realizeor, even understand. Advising of big numbers has the capability of setting a price that is not advantageous to the buyer and may color the expectations of a seller. The 243, 280 and 300 WM rifles are short production run guns. They should sell for quite a bit more than today's retail. The 7 mags are a bit more common, and of course the heavy calibers do not appeal to a large audience, due to recoil and weight. Until I can learn more, that's all from me for now.Collectors seem to love some of these.
 
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