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    I am just looking to get opinions on what you think my rifle is worth. It has been shot maybe 300 times. It has a mossberg barrel and bolt. Unknown brand of scope, with cover. Beautiful wood finish. Limbsaver Resonator. And some thing at the tip, I was told it keeps the barrel from flying up when you fire it. Has a shoulder strap with ammo holders, and an ammo sheath that is on it to hold ammo. Beautifully custom made. What do you think it is worth?
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    Nice rifle, have no idea the value. The thing at the end of the barrel is called a muzzle break. The shoulder strap is more commonly refered to as a sling. Hope this helps.

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    Model and caliber would help with the value estimate. The round thingy half way down the barrel is a dampener to improve accuracy.

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    what's it worth to you? guns are kinda like used cars, they might have a value associated with them.... but the real value is in your opinion.

    I'd get it if the price was right for me, from the picture it's pretty enough.

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    NavyLT wrote:
    What make/model and caliber? That is a nice looking rifle, I would be interested in buying it if you weren't so far away. I live on Whidbey Island.
    Whidbey is far away from Olympia? What the hell has the Navy become if from the southern end of Puget Sound is a long way from 3/4 of the way up the Sound?

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    The thing at the end of the barrel is called a muzzle break.
    Nit: "muzzle brake"

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    It's probably worth about $30. Drop it in a box, put it in the mail and I'll send you a check.

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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    NavyLT wrote:
    What make/model and caliber? That is a nice looking rifle, I would be interested in buying it if you weren't so far away. I live on Whidbey Island.
    Whidbey is far away from Olympia? What the hell has the Navy become if from the southern end of Puget Sound is a long way from 3/4 of the way up the Sound?
    LOL. Heck, one can take the BUS from Oly to Whidbey. Costs about $3.50 and takes about 3 hours to get to Mukilteo, maybe a bit longer.
    Factor in the ferry ride and a run up the island even to Oak Harbor, I could go from Oly to Oak Harbor and get there in time to have a nice dinner at China Harbor...

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    What caliber? And how accurately does it shoot?

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    PavePusher wrote:
    It's probably worth about $30. Drop it in a box, put it in the mail and I'll send you a check.
    Haha, nice one.

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