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Park RH93

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by JoeRobbo, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. JoeRobbo

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    Hi their:),

    Im new here so i don't no if this is the correct place to post this, feel free to move if not.

    I recently acquired an air rifle from a friend called a Park RH93 in .22 with the original Park scope mounts, in mint condition shoots around 12fp accuracy is mint.

    Just wondering if anyone new anything about these rifles? Ive heard their worth quiet alot now as they are no longer made and are very rare?

    Thanks a bundle, Joe
     
  2. David

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    Is that the spring rifle that is recoiless if it is keep hold of it mate and look after it. People will always collect unique air rifles at a price

    David
     
  3. JoeRobbo

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    Yeah it is :D wow really glad i bought it now, but i want a PCP
    I dont want to sell it but i want an S410:p

    Thanks alot,
    Joe
     
  4. David

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    Im a springer man myself but PCPs cost a lot of money so you will have to start saving,

    Good luck

    David
     
  5. JoeRobbo

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    Any idea how much the Park is worth?
     
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    Im not sure to be exact I have a tendancy to undervalue guns so Im not the person for that but I would suggest you take a picture of it and show it to your local gun dealer and see what he would retail it at,

    a picture means your not carrying a gun about unessesary
     
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    They are worth about £200 to £250 depending on cal/condition and stock(beech/walnut).
     
  8. JoeRobbo

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    Ah sounds brill, mines excellent condition Walnut stock.
    Ah weather to sell or to keep it and see if the price goes up:p

    Thanks alot lads:D
     

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