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To be clear: this gun is not yet for sale. I'm just asking for help in establishing what a rational asking price might be.

I bought this A390 ST about 4 years ago from an older friend who no longer shot trap. I've since moved away from any trap range, so now it's my turn to give it a new home.

My understanding is that it has a Moneymaker barrel, rib, and adjustable stock, but I haven't looked into it other than hearing casual confirmation on the range.) It has its share of dings, but it shoots great, with low recoil. Please see the pics below.

Does anyone here know what price range would make sense for this gun?




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I think MIA is pretty darn close, very hard gun to find and very desireable. If it is a 32" then for sure at least $1100-1200 or more, if 30 then 1000+
 

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Barrel is worth $750 to someone desiring such. Whats the remainder worth?

Anybody/anytime buyer-$1000.00

Holdout/wait-$1200.00
 

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Thank you all for the help. By the way, what is the official way for me to measure the barrel? Not sure if this is a 30 or a 32.
 

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From the rear end of the chamber where the shell fits in, to the end of the muzzle, not counting any extended chokes. Easiest to do with the barrel off the gun. Mark
 

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Stick a wooden rod in the barrel with the bolt closed, mark the rod at muzzle end, then measure the rod. You'll get close to 1/100th of an inch if it matters that much.
 

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I dont agree-

It is a 390 so 2 or three generations back

On the downside for marketing to most people ( not to me) It has an aftermarket rib, aftermarket choke tubes and dings

I think this is a 600--850 dollar gun--

If you doubt that- try just mentioning around your shooting buddies that it might be for sale for $800 range and see if the rumor goes out and people are calling you immediately

Personally I think it is worth about $1000 to just the right person- but that person may not ever need one

Regards from Iowa

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