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Weihrauch Hw77 With Asi Superscope 4 By 40 Waterproof

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by riddles, Aug 2, 2020.

  1. riddles

    riddles Newbie

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    i have been left this rifle and dont really want it or know its second hand value. its as the title and is in very good condition. can anybody give me an indication of value?
     

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    Desmond.22 'All round good egg'

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    What caliber is it mate .177 or .22 ?

    Looks like the barrel and under level look a bit worn ?

    Best put pictures up of any heavy scratches or deep knocks to the stock. Then can get real value.

    Also depends how it shoots if nice and smooth or real twangy ?

    In fair ish condition id expected around £225/250 all depends on the condition really
     
  3. shergar

    shergar Posting Addict

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    So many unknowns. Sling indicates working gun. Scope indicates owner wasn't investing heavily in shooting. Needs a hands on examination. What's your post code area?
     
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    It’s a MK 11 in fair condition , about £200 . It should have its 25 mm internals in it .
     
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    riddles Newbie

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    its a 22. ive took photos of marks and scratches, action feels smooth,
    postode is NE 30 knowing my late brother, i suspect it hasnt been used much
     

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    Trampilot Keyboard Hero

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    Judging by the state of the stock and bluing it looks indeed like a "working gun". I can imagine it being knocked about in the back of a Land Rover! Don't worry about it though as they last forever. Just needs to have some tlc. I agree with above £200-225 if the action is in good order. Stock needs a refurb and perhaps re-blue.

    Absolutely worth doing for these guns of any age. If I bought it I'd go the whole hog and get it reblued, give the internals a full overhaul and then redo the stock. Someone always wants one of these. :)
     
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    riddles Newbie

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    sounds like i should realistically ask for £200 then .
    thanks for advice
     
  8. the logun-ator

    the logun-ator "can i,? wey aye man!"

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    underleaver is bent up in the centre meaning its most likely been open when the trigger has been pulled,damage to barrel latch also supports this,other faults can also be caused if thats the case.
    i paid 125 for on in similar condition
     
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    I think you will struggle at £200, underlever is bent amongst other damage, gun needs a reblue as the bluing is poor. In all honesty, I agree with above, around £100/£120. It will cost a fair bit to get it looking nice and in proper working order again. You can pick one up in good condition and working fully for £200 ish. I’ve had a fair few at around that price.
     
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    I agree with all the comments on this thread, apart from this one. That’s around a 1987 rifle. In 1987, a Tasco Superscope was an expensive and upmarket bit of kit for an airgun hunter, even if only a 4x40.

    There’s something very nice about a good, honest, working air rifle that probably gave excellent service for decades.
     
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    Yep, I`m with Landymick, she's def` a mk2 with 25mm internals according to that serial number.
    Around £200 to £250 tops, depending how much the buyer wants it.
    I hunt with a mk2 77 long in .177 cal` and I would not be without her, beautiful spring piston rifles they are. :thumb:
     
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    mk 2, should have 25mm internals,but maybe not,as they get changed around.
    taking into account the price of a re blue, 150 would be a fair price,as with the cost
    of a re blue/fettle,you will be pushing an outlay of close to 250,for which you
    could get a fairly decent gun.also stock not brill,so to bring back,total outlay
    300+
     
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    All good points , the only thing that was concerning was the comp tube . Is it rusty or black? & the breach port looks to have been opened up.

    It was a mod made to early rifles before HW did it .
     
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    whambam Lost in a world of bulls##t

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    £150-£220 I would say all depends on seeing it
     

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