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Remington 870 comp trap for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by extrapper84, Mar 12, 2012.

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  1. extrapper84

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    Rory,

    Nice gun, I hope you sell it, as I have one in the same condition and after yours is sold I may list mine.

    I do think your starting price is about $100. too high.

    Good luck.

    Hal
     
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    well that certainly will help your sale?
     
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    You are right Lou. He should go ahead and sell his, then I will put on that he is to high. I just sold one for $850
     
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    Ok guys

    I hear you, I did not mean to say any thing derogatory abot the gun or the seller.

    Just was tring to help him with the going price of GOOD 870 Comps.

    But like other things..... everyone has an opion.

    I realy hope it sells for $800. Like some of you I have saw some nice ones
    go for from $600. to $725.


    IF or WHEN I offer mine for sale I would start at $700.

    That all.

    Hal
     
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    I also have sold 870 Competitions for his asking price. If they are like new and have drop-dead gorgeous wood on them, they will bring all the money.

    Ed
     
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    lets see here, complete gas system retails for 125 to 150 if you can find one.

    reciever brings 250 used to 350(new if you can find one)

    trigger 75 to 125

    barrel if its a good big bore should bring 150 to 175

    wood should bring 150 if its nice,

    that totals about 800 high and 625 on the low end, I would say the mans pretty close on his asking price.

    finding parts for them is getting tough. I would take the wood and barrel if the price was right.


    Rick
     
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    Bump, for a nice gun.
     
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