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k80 value

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by abcd, Oct 2, 2012.

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  1. abcd

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    I INHERITED A K80 SERIAL # 13179 IN EXCELLENT + COND.SINGLE TRIGGERS,34 USINGLE 32 IN BARREL ,X UNSINGLE HIGH RIB AND MOD , ADJUSTABLE COMB, A SET OF O/U BARRELS WITH SCREW IN CHOKES HAS THE KRIEGHOFF CASE AND TOOLS ,i AM INTERESTED IN SELLING THIS AS A HEALTH PROBLEMS I GAVE UP SHOOTING , PROBLEM IS ,I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TO ASK FOR THIS THING ,ANYBODY KNOW?????? ALL REPLYS WILL BE APPRECIATED THANK YOU JACK
     
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    Is it a logo gun? Does it have K() on the sides of the reciever? Jeff
     
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    They didnt make a high rib back in 1980- you are going to have to post pictures

    Gene
     
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    That is a 1984 gun. The rib on the unsingle looks high but more than likely it is the same height when mounted as the o/u rib.

    In good condition I would estimate $5500 to $6500. Probably closer to the $5500.
     
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    JMO, but I would ask Bob Lowman myself. He will give you a "Straight" answer. Joe joe90t
     
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    Are the chokes screw chokes factory? work to barrel?

    pictures to gnbug@prodigy.net

    Gene
     
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    I am interested an will send PM
     
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    Assuming the barrels aren't all beat up and the bores are free if crud you should be able to get at least $1500 each for them but $3500 for the pair.

    The receiver, assuming good condition mechanically and cosmetically - $3,000.

    Wood again assuming good condition with cracks etc and that hans't been cut abother $500.

    Factory hard case -- $100+.

    Given all of that I think $6500 would be a really good buy for someone who wanted one to shoot but most of your buyer's will be looking to resell it so don't be suprised at offers of $5,000
     
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    Well stated Bill
     
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