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what is a fair price

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by vdt, Jan 17, 2011.

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  1. vdt

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    i have for sale in Canada ,Winchester 100 carbine 308 auto,2 clips ,3x9 Nikon Scope ,has shot 20 rounds ,FL RCBS Dies and a Redding small bass body die,what do you think is a fair price to ask for it???????????????
     
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    The carbines are much harder to find and therefore get a little higher price than the rifles. As far as the price, that would depend of the person who wants it. They are not in high demand, however I know people who had a burning desire to have one. Depending on the condition, it may bring somewhat over 500.00.
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    If you put "winchester model 100" in the search box on gunbroker.com you'll get a fair idea. The prices run up into the $500-$600 range, but the ones getting bids are around $300. Not sure what the scope sold for new, but could add $75-$125 to the value of the rifle. Scopes are a personal choice item and unless the buyer wants that model specifically it doesn't help the price as much. The dies ought to be worth another $20 and the Redding small base die should bring $20. It's a popular caliber so you could sell the dies fairly easily or use them to sweeten the deal on the rifle if the buyer is hesitant, your choice. I always loved the look of a 100. Good luck.
     
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