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K32 Barrels What are they worth

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by todman2, Aug 21, 2010.

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    I might be trading some shooting equipment and have been offered a trade of a Combo barrel set K32 Top Single 34" choke tubed by briley and a 32" step rib O/U choke tubed by briley. They are San remo grade engraved and in very good shape. Will have to sell as a set since the choke tubes interchange with the top single and the O/U (Only has 2 chokes Imp Mod. and Full). Also have papers from Briley with the choke tube information. Also includes a Nasco Case which is also in good shape.

    Just trying to get a good idea of value and interest.

    Thanks to all that look
     
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    Which Brileys? Flush or extended? Can you post a pic? Bulge.
     
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    You can sell them separately, Briley should have the Series marked on the tubes, which would allow anyone to buy replacement chokes. The value will depend on overall condition, serial range, and modifications that may be done.
     
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    Worth what someone will pay, but my guess would be $800-1k for the top single and $1200-1400 on the o/u
     
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    DBBill, i pretty sure you are right. I have a set of 32" o/u barrels with my K-80 and they have the step rib. I think the earlier barrels were flat rib. Bulge.
     
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    post a picture?

    thanks

    Gene
     
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    Thanks to everyone that has responded.

    First I don't have the barrels yet. I am working a trade !!!
    I'm trying to find out what the fair value is to make sure the trade is fair to the person I am dealing with and myself.

    If we can come to a agreed upon price I will then complete the deal and then put the barrels up for sale.

    Help me out with some values. I don't need the barrel already have what I need
    but, it is a chance to get rid of some other guns for items I can sell quickly

    Thanks
    Todman2
     
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    Good point about the step rib. Haven't seen a 32 barrel with one. Does the ejector have a screw(k32) or held in place with a ball and spring?
     
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    really without seeing the barrels and on the gun there is no way to establish any value

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    M-32 top single not worth much, 5-600
     
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    Did you ever figure out if the choke tubes covered the ports/ ie could be seen through the ports in the O/U barrel?

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    plenty of K-80s made with ejector screw. Change came around same time that K80 top bbls were made to shoot higher.
     
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