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Tdr Valuation

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Blackmax, Sep 12, 2019.

  1. Blackmax

    Blackmax Forum Rude Guy

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    Hi Guys,
    Just wondering what the value if this kit would be with a sale in mind. It includes everything including the case, scope and three mags. It's in good condition, odd signs of wear and use expected with a gun this age.

    Thanks

    Andy

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  2. thumbhole

    thumbhole Posting Addict

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    Would say around 550-575, as not many about second hand. They seem to be snapped up if all working and good condition. :thumb:
     
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    About £500 I would say Andy, maybe £550 if it was in .177 as people seem to want the girly calibre these days :)
     
  4. Shoto1

    Shoto1 Donator

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    Hello Andy,

    Even with the slowish market, the TDR is generally well sought after, especially now that AA are not producing them in this configuration anymore.

    I would say £500 - £550 on a good day.

    Do you know the year of this model / does it have the dreaded AT in place or not ?
     
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    robs5230 леший

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    The venturi screw has an allen bolt over it so either removed or not present (pre AT) by the looks.
    There will be a date on the cylinder that should give a clue to age.
     
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    Roger Archbold Engaging Member

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    The date on the cylinder only tells you the DOM of the cylinder, phone A/A tell them the serial no, and they will tell you the age of the rifle
     
  7. robs5230

    robs5230 леший

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    I've seen these advertised in a vast range of prices. They seem to have quite a following.

    Not quite sure why though (says the bloke with the Leshiy :D )
     
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    Tim_B Very Active

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    Market is slow, but as said these do seem to be in demand.....£500 to £550 if the right person is looking.
     
  9. Jonnyovy

    Jonnyovy Big Poster

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    I would of said £500 if it was an imaculate later F version with the new mod, longer cylider (think there was a trigger revision but not 100%) and extra trimmings.

    The variant it is i would say £400. The best person to ask i think would be @cloverleaf he knows the air arms range inside out.
     
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  10. The Robin

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    Market is slow and I'm not sure on the scope but I was thinking £400 - 450 depending how much the scope is worth.

    I've seen the newer tdr with bigger air cylinder sell for £500 ish but no scope
     
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  11. littleJon365

    littleJon365 Democracy unless they disagree

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    top end would be about 475 but id expect 450 and it will sell. put it around 500 and it will take a while. there are some on the selling sites now that are still there 2 months on that are priced up at 500 -600ish for newer models.
    id put it at a firm £450.
     
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  12. Jeffsy

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    The bag has seen better days so has little to no value. I would want that to be in better condition.
    Preferably with the original shoulder straps.
    Even so with the included scope, mounts and extra magazine £400 should see a queue of buyers but I would have thought £450 would still sell fairly quick.

    I love TDR’s. Reckon it’s my inner 7 year old wannabe James Bond? :D
     
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    Cloverleaf, will come along give his opinion, he may even buy it.
     
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    I'm trying to resist, so if he does it will do me a favour :D
     
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  15. Blackmax

    Blackmax Forum Rude Guy

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    What you looking at Tim?
     
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    Tim_B Very Active

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    Your tdr :facepalm::cool::D
    I've had a busy week....got a HW BB on its way, workhorse/project S410 and then you go and wave the james bond rifle in front of me :D What else is a man supposed to do...... :D
     
  17. robs5230

    robs5230 леший

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    scratch it :thumb:
     
  18. Tim_B

    Tim_B Very Active

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    oh great. thats it. great help :D
     
  19. Phil S410F

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    If only it was in .177 that would near as damn it complete my s4xx line up:(
     
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    my favourite rifle(i have two)...i would say around 400-450 ,just my opinion.......
     
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