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Looking at a90t

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by nailer123, Apr 4, 2009.

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  1. nailer123

    nailer123 TS Member

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    I'm looking at a 90t it is like new. What is a good price and what can you tell me about them.
     
  2. shannon391

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    I have never seen a high rib go for $4,000.

    I say $2,200-$2,900 on the HPAR. as I looked at many before I bought my nib at $2,900.
     
  3. Recoil Sissy

    Recoil Sissy Well-Known Member

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    nailer:

    Check your private messages.

    sissy
     
  4. cubancigar2000

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    things have changed a lot since then Joe
     
  5. Trap2

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    I just purchased a 90T low rib this past Friday. It has a non adjustable monte carlo stock, upgraded wood, pull trigger, 34" barrel, bored to .745" with a .710" choke. It is factory stock in every way. The receiver has a few very small pits in it, as does the barrel and rib. VERY minimal, and easily taken care of. Wood is in very nice shape. Needs to go to Doug Braker for the forend update, but, otherwise in very nice shape. This gun was shot very little. Both side plates are highly engraved and in excellent shape. I paid $900 for this gun. I also purchased a Kolar release for it for $450 from a fellow shooter. I figure that, by the time I have this gun totally restored and in "like new" condition, it will bring between $1800-2000 with both triggers..... Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
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    Holy schmitt, Dan, at that price I'll take 3.

    HM
     
  7. Recoil Sissy

    Recoil Sissy Well-Known Member

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    nailer123:

    You asked, "What is a good price...?" Mr. Thome is apparently suggesting $900 is 'good'.

    A price like that would normally indicate the buyer has incriminating photos of the seller.

    sissy : )
     
  8. shannon391

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    I would say $900 is an exception, as is $4,200.
     
  9. Trap2

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    I didn't mean to imply that a 90T could be had ANYWHERE for $900.00. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time, with cash in my pocket. It will cost me in the neighborhood of $500.00 to bring this gun to where it needs to be, which makes my investment around $1400.00. I believe you can purchase a low rib 90T, in 95% or better condition, in todays market, for around $1600.00 or so, if you have the cash and the seller wants to get out from under the gun. There are exceptions to EVERY sale, and I just happened to be on the top of this deal, instead of my usual being on the bottom. This 90T willl be used as trading material for a decent Perazzi TM-1. I am a Perazzi man, not a Remington man, but, I know a deal when I see one..... Dan
     
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    Joe I have seen both of your guns that went to Iowa and both were exceptional.Both were also priced fairly.
    Dave
     
  11. shannon391

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    I will sell mine used for one season with little wear for only $3,375.
     
  12. KEYBEAR

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    Gene is out of town and I,.m standing in for him . A very clean Remington 90T low rib should be $700 to $750.00 The high $50 bucks more .
     
  13. nailer123

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    Alf if i can find one for that the wife would still love me . Because then i could still buy her them ear ring she thinks she needs .You can't shoot ear rings so what good are they.
     
  14. Hitapair

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    Jaquas regularly has the low ribs at 1595-1750.
     
  15. g7777777

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    I think Joe is right

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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