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Beretta DT-10 .... current market value?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by SetterGuy, Mar 24, 2013.

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  1. SetterGuy

    SetterGuy Member

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    Maybe due to the onset of a bad case of spring fever, I have started to think about adding a DT-10 ..... and would appreciate input on real world current values. Data on listings at Gunbroker.com and other sites may not be reflective of transactions amongst shooters.
    The object in mind is a 32" DT-10 in Sporting configuration, RH, unaltered (DAH of 2.36"/60mm) .... and date code CA (2006) or newer.
    This is still in the daydream phase, but some real data from TS shooters may direct the future of this idle thinking ... thanks
    Garth
     
  2. Mike Battista

    Mike Battista Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    This from the Blue Book.

    View Historic Prices
    Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
    MSR $7,500 $6,750 $6,100 $5,125 $4,150 $3,600 $3,100 $2,500
    Before you buy a used DT-10 Sport, call me to see what a new DT-11 would cost you.
    Mike Battista
    727 410 5212
     
  3. BAD 303

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    Used but not abused DT10 around 4000.00 and the same in a DT10L around 5500.00. This is what they sell for all the time if you watch them. And of course the barrel length i am speaking of is 32". Shorter barrel lengths reduce the prices. Hearing very good reports on the new DT11. Mike is great to deal with as well.
     
  4. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Values on DT-10s (both new and used) seem to be falling fast with the introduction of the DT-11. Just keep that in mind.
     
  5. Skeeterzx

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    I buy and sell stuff all of the time and I just bought two DT-10s (sporting) with 32" in the cases with all of the factory stuff. I have $7700 in these two guns. It's a buyers market if you want to get in a DT-10. Not much of a following compared to P & K of course, but I have always liked these guns for the money.
     
  6. SetterGuy

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    Appreciate the input - that's the real world view I had hoped for, for the initial thought had been prompted by anticipated outfall from the DT-11 intro.

    Even my SO said " why don't you get one?": hearing that had more shock value than winning a LOTO ....
     
  7. Hammer1

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    Wait, the price of DT-10s is falling due to the introduction of the DT-11 ?

    Thought the price of DT-10s was rising due to the inability to get more of them...

    The price of ammo and AR rifles has risen due to scarcity.

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  8. Skeeterzx

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    Actually, I think the used DT-10 prices have held pretty steady regardless of the introduction of the DT-11. In my opinion, they haven't went up or down as a result.
     
  9. fssberson

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    DT10 two barrel trap [34" and 32"] gun in very clean condition is about $6,000.
     
  10. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    DT-10 is a very good shotgun, Olympic medals had been won by shooters using it and 682s in recent events.

    It's biggest "problem", if it's a problem to start with, is the price falls into the MX-8 category. Most buyer will think twice to spend similar amount of money on a non-Perazzi.
     
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    Mike Batista,<br>
    I'm sure your price on a new DT-11 is very nice, but I've heard they are very different guns. So, I haven't held the new DT-11 yet, but is it the same as the DT-10?

    Personally I hold the DT-10 very high as a clay game gun.
     
  12. oleolliedawg

    oleolliedawg Banned User Banned TS Supporters

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    Sold a Trap top single today for $3,800. Had two more buyers as backups!!
     
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