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Advice VALUATION THREAD incoming

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gasman, Dec 28, 2013.

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  1. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    A little help please guys,
    I normally fairly good and first to value other members guns but tobe honest I'm having a little trouble with putting a value to this gun?
    its my s400sl in .177, its sitting in a ft-7 GinB stock which has a steyr butt on it and a uk neil stripper and mpr trigger,
    the overall condition of the gun is great, the metal work being form what I can see mint and the woodwork not too far behind it, but has some very small marks which are hardly noticeable.
    the gun shoots spot on and I won the autumn meet hft comp with it so no worries their.
    so what do you think?
    here a couple of pics to help.
    thanks gasman
    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  2. bunnyblatter

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    I'd be asking around £600/ £650 for gun only mate. Just my opinion mind.
    How old is the gun ?
     
  3. gasman

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    around 1 and half years old
     
  4. bunnyblatter

    bunnyblatter Pro Poster

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    Yes I'd defo be asking £650 starting price and looking to take not much less than that
     
  5. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    yes, thanks mate
     
  6. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    any other opinions?
     
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    Grumpyoldman Very Active

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    Yeah Grumpy wants it :rolleyes: but will have to wait as i think im getting a krikit ( or however its spelt :rolleyes: ) in February
     
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    essex sniper Banned

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    I only think its worth 250 but because its you I'll give you 300 and pick it up in the morning lol
     
  9. gasman

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    oh the bullpup thing,have you seen the rainstorm ben? http://acguns.co.uk/page107.html
    this is why I'm selling it lol,
    I'm a'gettin me one Jack :up:
     
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    Yuk not my cup of tea i'm afraid
     
  11. cloverleaf

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    I wouldn't be quite so optimistic - broken down, IMO:

    Action only - £200-250
    Stock - £200-250
    Shiny bits - £50 tops

    So I'd be thinking more like £450-550.

    The fact that it's a superlite is neither here nor there (since the only real difference is the stock). I may be off on the value of the GinB stock; however from memory this is what I've seen them go for in the past. How much are they new?

    Good luck getting shifted at any rate :)
     
  12. milek

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    I think this is a realistic figure tbh.
     
  13. stevemandm

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    personally, I'd ask £550 for it, with a view to getting nearer £500 for it mate.
     
  14. Darren Petts

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    Action £225 with the nice bits.
    Stock £275
    =£500

    Not long back I got a GML action with lots of bling and MPR trigger etc for £225 and it had been for sale for a while at that. To max the price bung it in a std stock and remove all bling and sell that stuff separately. Sell the stock separately too. Should get a fair bit more that way.
     
  15. gasman

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    thanks guys, I was thinking around the £550 mark :up:
     
  16. CharlieFarlie

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    Dunno Gaz but that is a very nice bit of Sono Kembang...........................;)
     
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