I'll be more than happy to answer your question and it doesnt matter if there are any dings or bruises, where your located at or if or if not another gun purchase is done ... I'll answer the question your asking.
You should ask $50 and if that is what you do ask please consider it sold because I will buy it at that price.
Sorry ... I'm not a BT-100 expert so I honestly do not know ho much you should ask for it but it just amazes me sometimes how some people will ignore the actual question at hand and before they start asking there own questions.
Hope you have good luck in selling it and I hope a BT-100 pricing expert can help you more than my $50 offer.
Mike, I bought one, 34 inch with RAD 2 and adjustable comb in 99.9 percent perfect condition. Only had two flats through it. Came with original box and tools for the Rad and comb. Fixed full choke (no tubes) I believe I stole this gun for $1,500. Couldn't believe I was so lucky. Yours looks to be very similar condition, and has tubes and comes with a case. I'm no expert but I wouldn't start any lower than $1,800. BT100s seem to sell and I think you would get that for it. I would have given that for it when I was shopping for mine.
Not all BT's are created equal....Is it Stainless? Does it have a removeable/adjustable trigger group? Do you have the original box and paperwork? All of these variables will effect the price of your gun....
CalvinMD, I have a thumbhole stock for my BT-100. It seems to me that you must have a large sized hand in order to use this stock effectivly. When it was on my gun, it seemed like I was always stretching out my finger and hand to reach the trigger. I much prefer the standard stock.
If you would say where you are located some shooter might want to drive in your state to look at it! I wouldn't buy any gun without picking it up and seeing if the stock is too high for me, and some are!