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Rh 93 .177 Park Value

Discussion in 'Vintage collectable airguns' started by transporter1, Aug 1, 2020 at 12:04 PM.

  1. transporter1

    transporter1 Engaging Member

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    Auo folks
    What value would you put on this rifle.
    It's got the original mod and park mounts.
    Good condition and shooting 11.4 ftp.forgot too say the scope is a simmons pro hunter 6-24x40 AO mildot .I also have the original box and spare seals.
    I'm just curious how much these rifles are worth as you don't see them very oftern especially in this condition .
     
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    Hi, I was offered one a while back for £400,I didn't buy it but it didn't take long to sell,that was without a scope.
     
  3. transporter1

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    Was that .177 or .22 and with the mod and mounts
     
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    It was 177 with no mod or mounts and not as nice as yours.
     
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    Is it .177” or .22”?

    I’d say £450, minimum, even without the scope. It looks to be in great condition.
     
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    Looks nice condition.
    Sure it will go in sales
     
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    I've got one of these that's been AWOL for about 15 years, think it went off to Sam Bolton to be reblued and then reassembled and then we lost touch, often wonder what happened to both him and it :(
     
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    Think that a thumbhole version on here or the other site went for 450 in the last year or so
     
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    Flipin eck....i'd be after him....I sold a 93W with mounts for £600 at Melbourne ...:)
     
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    I’d try to get £500 with scope,you don’t see them for sale often.
     
  11. transporter1

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    It's not very oftern you see a simmons mildot scope either
     
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    Hi buddy, I sold mine for £500 it was .22 in a lovely walnut stock :thumb: always fancies one in .177
     
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    Are you open to offers?

    Tim
     
  14. transporter1

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    Apparently. 177 was not as common as the. 22 so I've been told and they command a higher price
     
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    Definitely mate, would be better still if it had a walnut stock as they are a lot more desirable than a beech one :thumb:
     
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    Careful. Check the rules, please.
     
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    Apologies.
     
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    Try it in the sales section. If you think its worth more than the suggested values, put a higher price on it.
    The true value will be the price it actually sells for
     
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    Never said it was worth more than the suggested values .
    I said the. 177 do command a higher price than the .22.
     
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    All I meant was that you can always drop a few quid from a higher price, but you can't increase.
    Just trying to help.
     

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