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VALUE OF A 682

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by nitro 100, Nov 12, 2009.

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  1. nitro 100

    nitro 100 Member

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    A friend is thinking of selling a 682 top single. It is a 34' barrel that has been ported. It has the hard case,2 stocks and choke tubes. What is a fair price for him to ask. Once we determine a fair price I will proabaly post it for sale. Gun is in above avg condition. Once he is for sure going to have me post it I will get some pictures. Thanks for the input.

    Jerry Nickell
     
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    I would say 1600 would be a decent starting point. To bad its not a combo.
     
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    Jerry,

    Those top-single Beretta's are a dime a dozen and it would have to be very nice to fetch $1,600.

    I would tend to think that one of these in average condition would be closer to the 1,200-1,300 dollar mark. The extra's may bump that figure up a little, but they would have to in nice condion to warrent an increase in price.

    682's are workhorse guns that are built to last a lifetime. The receivers can be rebuilt and tuned to a very high standard. You can change barrels/stocks very easily to obtain what you want.

    If you like the gun, then make the owner a reasonable offer and see what happens. Don't dwell over it unless it's something special. There are quite a few of these out there floating around for sale. The market, being what it is, is letting the ones doing the buying dictate the price.

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    Short Shucker and Traedawg,
    Thanks for the help. I will pass this along to the owner. I have no interest in the gun. He just asked me to give him a value. I am sure he will probably have me post it for sale. Thanks again.

    Jerry
     
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