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Looking for a price

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by beddy, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. beddy

    beddy Engaging Member

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    Hi all, looking at chopping in my air rifle kit and maybe getting a shotgun for pigeons/clays. However before I look I need to know how much I have to play with.

    I have a left handed (stock and rowan bolt) .22 air arms s410k in very good condition. Comes with a hawke Eclipse 3-9x50IR scope, adjustable tripod, Jack Pyke camo sling, 2 magazines a full 10L tank with carry handle and still has a good couple of years before it needs testing. Also have a gun bag. logan gun lamp, combro chronograph, 2 tins of aa diablo pellets and a tin of h and n hollow points and possibly my hawke 400 rangefinder.

    What do you guys reckon this is worth?

    Thanks in advance

    Beddy
     
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    beddy Engaging Member

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    Anyone got an idea?
     
  3. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    ok i'll try break it down for you
    gun £325-£375
    bottle £120 ish
    scope £65 -£80
    £65 for range finder
    £45-£50 for the other bits
    I'd say as a package deal around £475-£500



     
  4. lurchermann

    lurchermann Busy Member

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    10l 309barr 120qwid that cheap
     
  5. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    what you thinking? you can got a new one for £190
     
  6. ratman60

    ratman60 Very Active

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    these are some fairish prices and i would say near same. so you could see what others say to and put an add up with pics. if you get around the £500/ £550 should get a fair decent shotgun if O/U you should have a look at a Lanber sporter. had many O/U S/S but that was my favourite and well made.
     
  7. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    Gasman is wrong, left handed reduces the price of the gun by another 10% unless you want to play the waiting game!
     
  8. surrey shooter

    surrey shooter Donator

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    I think £500 is a reasonble asking price.
    maybe even £550.. as you will always get offers and can come down in price if no interest.
     
  9. beddy

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    Thanks for the help lads. Spoke to the boss (wife) last night and shes given her blessing on having a shotgun in the house so think I will put this up for sale and it takes as long as it takes to sell. Havent even thought of starting my sgc application yet.
     
  10. trumpetier

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    sell it mate but get a cheaper shotgun AND a decent springer....then you can have both.....i enjoy shooting my shotgun but i love my air rifles.
     
  11. cloverleaf

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    FWIW breaking it down I'd reckon on around the following, depending on condition:

    Rifle: £300-375
    Glass: £50-60
    Tripod: Anyone's guess, depending on what it is. £20-60..
    Sling: £5-10
    Spare mag: £20
    Bottle: £100-130 depending on test left, valve type
    Bag: £10
    Lamp: £25
    Chrono: £35
    Pellets: £10
    Rangefinder: £30-60

    Total: £585-785

    I think these are realistic prices were you to flog the stuff individually (probably the best idea) if you want it to go as a job lot I'd think £500-550 is more likely. You'll find that leftie stuff is more difficult to shift, so bear that in mind when comparing the price of the rifle with others..
     
  12. beddy

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    Thanks cloverleaf. Have had some interest in some of the bits so may just do that. As ive said im in no rush to buy tge shotgun so could be worth selling separately.
     

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