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PICS ADDED Idea what a factory Cooper Rifle

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jdlovejoy4, Oct 11, 2012.

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  1. jdlovejoy4

    jdlovejoy4 Active Member

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    Any clue what a Cooper rifle takeoff stock would be worth?
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    Depends on what model and what grade wood etc.

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    Not much since Dan Coopper backed Obama in the last election. The people that buy them anymore are few and far between.Jeff
     
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    They werent that accurate at times -

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    I own many, from a .17 to .308 cal. All are extremely accurate if you use the older single shot ones. I have heard that some newer ones are being imported, what else is new. The only other U.S. rifle of this type I like equal or even better is Dakota, quess what ,they are having all shotguns made over seas. Tell me what model, type and grade stock you have. Cyrus
     
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    Yeah, hardly anyone is buying them. They're only 6 months to a year out from order to delivery!

    There are also several custom stockmakers that are just barely eeking out a living fitting AAA+ stocks to Cooper barreled actions for customers. Funny that they too seem to have enough work to keep them busy full time and up to a year's backlog in orders.

    Dan Cooper has no association whatsoever with Cooper Firearms, having resigned as CEO and sold out his interest in the company after his Obama vote debacle.

    Accuracy problems? I've had three over the past few years; all will put three shots in nearly one hole all day long. I have nearly a dozen high grade .22 rimfires, including a couple of Winchester 52's and a couple of Anschutz, one of which is a 54 Sporter. My Cooper 57M will outshoot them all with the exception of one 52 heavy barrel target.

    Got problems with a Cooper? Send it in and they'll make it right - regardless of how long you've owned it. Try getting your Marlin or Remington or Winchester fixed by the factory. Been there, done that!

    If your stock fits a 57M, let me know the price you are asking.

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