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Value of this K-80 Combo???

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by DTrykow, Aug 30, 2011.

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  1. DTrykow

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    Hi everyone: Looking for a value of this K-80 Combo. Ser. #002093. Standard engraving 32" Unsingle, 30 O/U. Briley choked on all barrels; (11) S-2 chokes in all. Gracoil installed. looks like some Allem release parts in the case as well. All paperwork. Gun lightly shot. Only marks worth mentioning are some under the palm swell, pictured. Going to be selling for an old friend shortly.
    Blue Book kinda confusing. Thanks for your help. Dave T.

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    pm on the way
     
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    Around $8000?
     
  4. DTrykow

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    I guess. Someone just PM me and said $7,500. Dave T.
     
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    $7500 sounds fair + or - $500. Bulge.
     
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    Considering a new fixed-choke combo is $14,000 then $7,500 is just a little over half price.

    The downside --- (1) Shorter barrel combos, like the 32"/30", aren't as popular on the used market sd 34"/32", so that's a neative, (2) for me, the Gra-Coil would be a negative but could probably be sold for enough to buy another set of used wood.

    The upside --- (1) Briley chokes aren't as heavy as the factory iron chokes, (2) with that serial number it's a 2002 gun which is fairly recent, (3) appears to be in excellent condition.

    Personally think anything less than $8,500 is a gift -- if you're looking for one to shoot. If you're looking for one to resell to one of your pals then it isn't so good.
     
  7. DTrykow

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    Thanks everyone. Dave T.
     
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    Dave, I think you will find that the serial number starting with 00 is a 2000 year gun. Buddy
     
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    Mine was 2001 year wtith nicer wood that one, mine had 32" step ribbed barrels with engraved shoulders, engraved barrel hanger and a super nice engraved top latch. I also had 8 chokes and a 34" unsingle barrel and a americase. I did all I could to sell it for 8K. i would say that one is probably worth around $6500-7K tops. People really are in the market for 34"/32 Combos.
     
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    Hi guys:
    Just got an offer for $7,100 cash for a local fellow shooter of mine. Still to low. Most offers locally including on here have been in the mid $6K range. Hard one for me because this was a fixed choke gun from the factory. The Gracoil, Brileys and Release trigger were added. Thanks,
    Dave T.
     
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    A 30/32 combo is NOT popular, and will bring much less money than a 32/34, or even a 30/34.

    If you were to part it out:

    $1500-$1750 Unsingle

    $1500-$1750 O/U

    $2750-$3k receiver and iron

    $500-$750 wood

    $150-$200 for case

    That gives you a low end of $6400, and a high end of $7450. I would say if you got an offer of $7100, take it and run. The gracoil, brileys, and release triggers aren't really "value added" options, unless you find someone that wants them (and even then, not much), if you find someone that doesn't, they will detract from the value.
     
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    I agree on the $7100 offer, you should have taken that. I wouldn't turn it down twice.
     
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    7000-7500
     
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    Thanks guys. So BBulge you were right on the money back in August. Dave T.
     
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    I sold mine which had nicer wood and 6 titanium chokes, upgraded top latch (nickle silver engraved broken clay) Newer receiver (2001) and engraved barrels shoulders on my 32" barrels for $8,000. It was a 32/34 combo. Mine didn't have a mark on it. I would say mine was worth about $1000 more than yours because of the fancier barrels and top latch alone. I would think around $7K
     
  16. g7777777

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    Lots of good comments - particurally the ones with explanations

    It depends on

    If you are buying or selling

    Keeping

    If you are a big dealer or a private individual- Private sales get maybe 15-40 percent less than a dealer gets for the same gun- yea life isnt fair in all respects is it?

    The range then with the above factors and the comments already made as to the distractors of this combo- assuming 98 percent condition- which hasnt been discussed

    $5500-$8500

    Same combo- different circumstances and facts

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    Yes I agree with Gene, Mine I sold was easy 98% condition for both bluing and stock. I'm not really sure why people put a $300 piece of junk gracoil on a $10,000 gun. That's what really distracted me from mine.
     
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    $7100 is good offer if buyer is serious.
     
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