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1500 to $1800 would be fair, smoking deal would be 1300 to $1400 .. I've purchased several of the CX's the last year ..used
Thanks. That's the range I was thinking as well. I was offered $1400 as a trade-in value, which threw me off a bit as to what the actual value would be.1500 to $1800 would be fair, smoking deal would be 1300 to $1400 .. I've purchased several of the CX's the last year ..used
Thanks Jeff. Seems completely reasonable to me.My take is, take off 20% for the used gun that's less than 2 years old and in very good condition. Add 50% of the value of the comb and butt plate that you had installed. So, you can add about $250 for that. You have cut the stock, so take off $200 for that. Now you have arrived at a fair price. So I'd price it at about 1,500 to 1,600 bucks. As long as I could still buy this model for the $1,850 price I used as my new price to arrive at the figure above. The Lack of New Models can drive up used prices? Your 30 inch barrels should keep the price on the lower end of my range. If you had 32 inch barrels you could have used the higher end of my range. This works for all makes and models. Good Luck on your Journey. break em all Jeff
Just saw a standard version sell at our club for $1,200.00I priced it at $1650 - to be sent to the local youth shooting club after discussing with the coach.
From a limited quick search, looks like a new Citori CX micro w/ 30" bbls - which is basically what I've turned the gun into - and Graco adjustable butt plate retails for $2049 - $2549. I also have an adjustable comb, but no 1/2 price on a full size stock from Browning grow with me program, so that's a wash there. Took the low end and took off 20% per Jeff's comment.