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Sold - FS Remington 788 22-250

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 03a3shooter, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. 03a3shooter

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    Remington 788 22-250 great condition, very accurate. Price is $500 plus shipping and insurance to FFL from non FFL holder.

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    Rob
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    03a3, I sent you a pm....have a friend that is very interested in this rifle. I put his phone number in the pm. Thanks

    Gene
     
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    Rifle sold to Pat.

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    Rob
     
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    For $500.00!!!

    I bought a 788 in .243 Win. in 1978 and it was a package gun. It came with a 4x Weaver scope and I paid $159.00 for gun and scope, brand new in the box from a little gun shop.

    I can't believe one with no scope is worth $500. Wish I had kept mine!!
     
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    Yea.... In 40 years they go up in value. They really go up when they have a reputation for tack driving accuracy.
     
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    Using the inflation calculator, $159 in 1978 would be the same as $569 now.

    And yes, this was a very good deal. Great rifles.