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Stainless BT 100

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by butcher, Sep 16, 2011.

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  1. butcher

    butcher Member

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    How much would a as new Stainless BT 100 34 inch barrel with ajustable comb and fixed choke be worth?
     
  2. Stl Flyn

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    New in the box unfired $2200. Like new fired, without box $1800. IMO. Here we go! Jon
     
  3. yakimaman

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    I would give you $1,500 today

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  4. GW22

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    $1500 is way low for a truly "As New" BT100 SS.

    -Gary
     
  5. yakimaman

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    I wasn't aware you were selling it? It was an offer based on an ad with no pictures and it was addressed to the seller. You think it's low, outbid me then.

    Rich
     
  6. GW22

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    There's no "ad" and nothing has yet been offered for sale by anyone on this thread. The subject is an "As New" BT100 Stainless, and you can't buy one of those for $1500, period. At least not if you know what "As New" means.

    -Gary
     
  7. oleolliedawg

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    I saw one go for $1,500 last week. WAY low in my opinion, but then there's the Obama economy!!
     
  8. GW22

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    Not an "As New" one, you didn't.

    -Gary
     
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    This one was cherry and owned by one of those cheap 50 target weekly only shooters who quit. And look, I bought his near new PW 2000, MEC Supersizer and MEC Junior for $350. It pays to be at the right place at the right time!!
     
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    Sold one a few years ago looked new no marks period adj. comb,tubes,no case,no box for 2,000.00 first day. Coild have held out for more but sold it to a friend. At that time all guns were slightly higher,seems the longer we go in this mess keeps getting worse. Could it be 3 years from now we could be having this talk abouta 5,000.00 k-80 combo??
     
  11. GW22

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    OK Ollie, then why didn't you buy the BT and a week later you could have paid for your MEC with the profits (plus had extra money in your pocket)?

    -Gary
     
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    Gary, because it was offered to someone else first. I just got remnants of that deal!!
     
  13. GW22

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    Ollie: When you run into a sheep that big and fluffy, you have to be ready with the shears!



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    -Gary
     
  14. BILL GRILL

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    Looks like he was ready. Just didn't get offered the gun. :)
     
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