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    I have a Ruger Mark II Target 22 LR semi auto I am thing of selling. Its in very good condition. About what is it worth?

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    A new one can be found for about $300 blue and $350 stainless, so you'll probably get less than that. What color is it, barrel length, bull or standard barrel?
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    Bull 4" barrel, Blued, Crome trigger, pachmayer signature grips. Good cond. adjustible sights

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    I suggest you go to sportsman's wearhouse and grab a "blue book" for fire arms, it will give you great instructions on how to rate your pistol and what you should ask for a sale price........... an ethical guy would probably "buy" that book, but................ its not rapped in plastic or anything that would prevent you from "browsing" thru the pages..................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alangaq View Post
    I suggest you go to sportsman's wearhouse and grab a "blue book" for fire arms, it will give you great instructions on how to rate your pistol and what you should ask for a sale price........... an ethical guy would probably "buy" that book, but................ its not rapped in plastic or anything that would prevent you from "browsing" thru the pages..................
    SWH had the 22/45 MK111 Target Bull Barrel on sale last week for $229 w/ two mags...hope that helps some...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alangaq View Post
    I suggest you go to sportsman's wearhouse and grab a "blue book" for fire arms, it will give you great instructions on how to rate your pistol and what you should ask for a sale price........... an ethical guy would probably "buy" that book, but................ its not rapped in plastic or anything that would prevent you from "browsing" thru the pages..................
    They have one behind the counter that they'll let you use.

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