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F/S... EARLY MODEL BT99 RARE...W/PICS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by CalvinMD, Aug 17, 2009.

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  1. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    price???
     
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    Mark: You are dreaming. A mint one in the 69-72 years will maybe pull $900.00 if you find someone that really wants one.
     
  3. paul e. stark

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    I'd say it might pull more like eight hundred. Browning made a million of them.
     
  4. halfmile

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    Selling on condition whould show the breech face for wear indication, and the operating lever position when closed.

    "Rare" in an old model would be the Monte carlo version with the 90/10 POI.

    I'm tending to agree with Rick, no offense intended.

    HM
     
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    I have one from 68, got $700.00 in mine. You are asking twice what its worth.
     
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    Where are you located?
     
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    I'm not going to buy it and I know nothing about an appropriate price, but I think it's an old beauty.

    I've moved on but I came up on these things, cool to see such a nice one.
     
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    $1,375?


    You know, if you get caught with more than an ounce of that stuff you're smoking, they send you someplace where the only "nice one that hasn't been bored out yet" is >you<.
     
  9. rick979

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    A lot of guys on TS.Com are pretty "savy" to the market on guns. Normally if a gun is just a little high they will leave you alone but when you price a gun in the stratosphere your going to get critiqued HARD. You might try doing a new thread with a more reasonable number on this old cherry. I think this thread is not going to get the gun sold.
     
  10. CalvinMD

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    think of it this way...its still used and $800 would still be a 200% appreciation...thats damned good if you ask me..so don't think of 800 as undervalued...I sold a new unfired BT99 Monte Carlo Full Choke RP serial# high shooter for 900 last year..a good but realistic price
     
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    I have one that is very similar and I would be very happy to get $600 for it.
     
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    By the way the Serial number of mine is very close to the one being offered. I still say I would be very happy to get $600 for mine.
     
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    Ahaha!..ahaha...haha...haha...ha...ha...good joke...I hope.

    so besides the price being almost double what it's worth, what's so rare about this gun that makes it so valuable?
    -Trappy
     
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    Allen, you have a PM
     
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    Rare !!!! He is right it is Rare to see one priced this High,
     
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    It is now on Gunbroker.....everyone should be able to watch the wild bidding.
     
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