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I have a BT-99 Plus that I bought for my wife in 1992? She has shot approimately 200 rds thru it. I am thinking that I might sell it. Can someone tell me what I should ask.
 

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Well, the gun is not NIB, but has actually only been shot about 200 shots total. From what I can recall, my wife went to the club with me 4 to 5 times and when she did she shot 50 rds each time.
 

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In that kind of shape the gun will bring top dollar. Anything less then 1600 and you have sold it to cheap. Good luck. I would put it on gunbroker.com and auction thegun as it will bring more there then it will here. If you have any questions e-nail me at [email protected] and I will walk you through the process. Jeff
 

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Oh Come on! That gun only sold for about $1295 brand new, if its a blued one! At the end of the run I bought a stainless 99 Plus for $1395 BRAND NEW! Just in the last couple years nice ones, blued, were going for a grand often.
 

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Yes I still have the BT-99 Plus. My wife has not given me the nod to sell her gun, although she never uses it.

There is a Ken- X out there that can apparently find or has several BT-99 Plus's for $1000.

If the wife finally decides to sell hers, I will repost, but not a Ken-X price.

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i called sportsmans den the new ones are called bt-99 AR.they are 34" with adjustable rib ,regular monte carlo stock non-adjustable, no recoil reducer,they didnt think they were ported.50 on order, they have 15 deposits.selling for 1999.00. they look like a plus from the receiver forward only.they didnt have any pictures yet,available in june.
 
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