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FS FWB 300s

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jhmorrisn, Apr 25, 2012.

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  1. jhmorrisn

    jhmorrisn TS Member

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    I know a guy who has a buddy, who friend has a FWB 300s in absolute new condition that once belonged to an Olympic Shooter. He’s asking $1,500 for it. I told him that he should be asking more but who am I to say.

    I’ve asked him for a picture or two and when I get them, I’ll email them to who ever interest.
     
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    timberfaller Well-Known Member

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    A Model 500 FWB is $1310 brand new. If your model number is correct, it might not be a current model now. That is FWB "starter" shooter, NICE but not all the bells and w

    Post the pictures, Then a better response about value can be made.

    Used air guns don't bring as much as much as they should.
     
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    The FWB 300S was "state of the art" in the 1980's, but is now long obsolete for serious air rifle competition. They are "springers" and "recoiless", and have fabulous triggers, but are now outdated. I sold mine about 15 years ago. Most used ones seem to bring less than $900.

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