Help me get a price range on a rifle please.


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Marlin .22 Magnum Match Barrell Stainless Steel Synthetic Stock Bolt Action

and if you have time

Stainless Steel 1022 Ruger

thanks


eh would need more info on both guns to find a good price as they can be wildly different.

case in point the second gun with just that info matches guns anywhere from $250-$850.

the model and caliber is very useful for hunting down the right price.

Liberty's Edge

seekerofshadowlight wrote:

eh would need more info on both guns to find a good price as they can be wildly different.

case in point the second gun with just that info matches guns anywhere from $250-$850.

the model and caliber is very useful for hunting down the right price.

i'm not familiar with the first rifle, but the second is the ruger .22 which comes in both semi-auto and bolt action version.

Scarab Sages

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Heh. This seems a strange place to get gun info.

It helps to know what condition the guns are in as well. That greatly affects the price.

Scarab Sages

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Also - are you wanting a reasonable price to sell or are you pricing to buy.


Semi-Auto for the 10/22

Ruger 10/22 Stainless Steel Synthetic Stock

And am looking to buy - new.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

Is this the Marlin?

Personally I wouldn't pay over $300 for a .22 long rifle. Of course I already have one and am perpetually broke so that might just be me. :)


yeah thats on the upper end of what I would pay for a .22 but thats just me. I dont don much shooting now days so take it with a grain of salt what I SAY


Yeah, that looks good. I have a general idea of what I want (see above) and am looking for a general price range of rifles to make a final decision.

Thanks again.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber
seekerofshadowlight wrote:
yeah thats on the upper end of what I would pay for a .22 but thats just me. I dont don much shooting now days so take it with a grain of salt what I SAY

I probably shoot the .22 more than I do my other two guns (it's easier on the ears and shoulder for one thing -or is that two things). But what do you use a .22 for? Cans and maybe small game. No sense spending a lot of money to shoot cans.


Only gun I have left is an old 7.62x54mm Mosin-Nagant had it along time just cant really shoot em much nowdays my right arm is kinda well weak and ya ever tried to shoot left handed lol. But yeah a .22 is small game or cans not wroth more then that really

Grand Lodge

seekerofshadowlight wrote:
Only gun I have left is an old 7.62x54mm Mosin-Nagant...

Wow, that's a canon!

I had an old Russian tokerev. It fired the same round...

Loads of fun...

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

Wow... small world. My deer hunting rifle is a russian military rifle that takes 7.62 rounds. I always forget the model but Mosin-Nagent sounds right

My third gun, probably my favorite, is a 16 gauge Featherlight Ithaca Repeater, 28 inch barrel with a modified choke (circa 1950 I think) that belonged first to my grandfather.

Edit: Yup Mosin-Nagant (M-38 I believe though it might be the m-44)

Edit 2: Anyone who wants a good high powered yet inexpensive rifle - I would recommend looking into the Mosin. It will cost you about $100 and is a reliable gun.


they are good rifles , but mines a heavy one. I would say yours is a newer model. Mines a 1914 army issue infantry rifle. Solid wood . I got mine at roses used to be a chain store for like 40 bucks about 91 or so. It was in rough shape so I stripped it down and refinished it [cherrywood stain] and re blued it. Funny thing is Russia in the early 1900's had alot of mixed iron batches in there gun works so when I blued this one the bolt,and barrel came out a copperish color,looks cool though.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber
seekerofshadowlight wrote:
they are good rifles , but mines a heavy one. I would say yours is a newer model. Mines a 1914 army issue infantry rifle. Solid wood . I got mine at roses used to be a chain store for like 40 bucks about 91 or so. It was in rough shape so I stripped it down and refinished it [cherrywood stain] and re blued it. Funny thing is Russia in the early 1900's had alot of mixed iron batches in there gun works so when I blued this one the bolt,and barrel came out a copperish color,looks cool though.

Mines actually chinese made - or at least it has chinese markings. I figure it came over from Korea. The guy I bought it off of painted the wood with a camouflage type paint, so though its just wood and iron, its a very interesting green color.


Wicht wrote:

My third gun, probably my favorite, is a 16 gauge Featherlight Ithaca Repeater, 28 inch barrel with a modified choke (circa 1950 I think) that belonged first to my grandfather.

Small world indeed. My father used to have an Ithaca 16 guage but it was a much newer model.


Wicht wrote:


Mines actually chinese made - or at least it has chinese markings. I figure it came over from Korea. The guy I bought it off of painted the wood with a camouflage type paint, so though its just wood and iron, its a very interesting green color.

green huh that be intreting. Mine was a deep greasy brown when I got it very well worn and dark. Took alot of work to get it all off really. sweet gun though with no more kick then a .22 how much does yours weight?

Mines about 10 or 11 pounds so not sure if there all that havey, Did yours have the cleaning rod with it?

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber
seekerofshadowlight wrote:
Wicht wrote:


Mines actually chinese made - or at least it has chinese markings. I figure it came over from Korea. The guy I bought it off of painted the wood with a camouflage type paint, so though its just wood and iron, its a very interesting green color.

green huh that be intreting. Mine was a deep greasy brown when I got it very well worn and dark. Took alot of work to get it all off really. sweet gun though with no more kick then a .22 how much does yours weight?

Mines about 10 or 11 pounds so not sure if there all that havey, Did yours have the cleaning rod with it?

No. No cleaning rod. Mine certainly kicks more than a .22 but its not that bad.


Wicht wrote:
seekerofshadowlight wrote:
Wicht wrote:


Mines actually chinese made - or at least it has chinese markings. I figure it came over from Korea. The guy I bought it off of painted the wood with a camouflage type paint, so though its just wood and iron, its a very interesting green color.

green huh that be intreting. Mine was a deep greasy brown when I got it very well worn and dark. Took alot of work to get it all off really. sweet gun though with no more kick then a .22 how much does yours weight?

Mines about 10 or 11 pounds so not sure if there all that havey, Did yours have the cleaning rod with it?
No. No cleaning rod. Mine certainly kicks more than a .22 but its not that bad.

well mines a heavy bastard soild wood though and though has a small plate on the stock i'll take some pics later so we can compare great gun though


ok pic time

on the floor
2nd pic
butt
mid gun
barrel lenth 1
barrel end
sights1
sights 2
sights 3
sights 4
bolt down
top veiw
top view 2
side bolt out
other side
bolt houseing
whole gun by wall

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

I like those sights.

If I get a chance, I'll snap a couple of mine.

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