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price for Ljutic 73

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by citadel, Feb 27, 2011.

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  1. citadel

    citadel Active Member

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    They range front as low as 1500 to as much as 2750 for a fine example. The guns are very underpriced for what they offer. The are wonderful, easy to shoot and solid as a rock. I have other models and can not tdll any difference between them until you get to the much newer models with high and adjustable ribs. Your extra barrels and triggers will get more if you offer them separately rather than as a part of the set as you often get little extra for things above the basic gun. I have bought 5 over the past year and the most I spent was 2400 and that one was a real beauty with very upgraded wood and all the extras and they all came with cases.
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    Doug
     
  2. W.P.T.

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    If some "All American" would do with a Ljutic what Dan Bonillas did with a Perazzi, the average person wouldn't be able to afford one until then just another average trap gun to most people ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    Rick,

    That might and might not be true only the Ljutic owners know that for sure, thats where the problem comes in ... Nobody else with a few exceptions are buying them ... I am not saying they are not good guns, I had one and shot it well until I paid for it ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    I'd never get out of mine what it's worth to me, but then it's never getting sold so that not relevent....
     
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    I just sold my 73 for $1,500. Basically rebuilt, tightened and blue real good. Has three Briley choke tubes, adjustable butt and comb. Tried to sell it on TS.com for $1,800 a year ago. No real interest. However, the earlier thread was right about selling separate. Your release trigger is worth some money. Had mine changed into release by Ljutic several years ago. Cost was $600. Monogun triggers will not fit a 73. There was a thread on here a week ago from a guy looking for a 73 release trigger. Earlier threads also right about Ljutic resale value. Not good, even for newer monoguns. Good luck.
     
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    Britt did all right with a Ljutic as did Orlich. Unfortunately neithers ability with one made much of an impact on the market.

    Merlyn had a 73 here at Tucson with a tag of $1200 on it. I personally know less would buy it. It was in the 85% range. Incidentally, no interest was shown.
     
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