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WTS WA Ruger 22 Single Six

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by JDCurry, Jan 24, 2016.

  1. JDCurry

    JDCurry Bothell, WA New Member

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    This gun has sold. Thanks for looking.

    Unknown on the year for this model, this gun was passed down to me from my grandfather. It was not used much. Some minor wear and scuff marks around the barrel.

    Does not come with 22 MAG cylinder.

    Gun is sold as-is

    Chambered in 22 long.

    $350 Cash - No Trades, Interested Buyers Only, Please

    Other folks have said the price is fair all things considered for what it is. I’m not pricing this as brand new out of the box.

    Buyer is responsible for transfer fee.
     
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2016
  2. 2beaucoup

    2beaucoup Kent, WA Member

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    The gun has had the transfer bar conversion which makes it slightly less desirable. Do you have the original parts that were swapped out? Thank You
     
  3. JDCurry

    JDCurry Bothell, WA New Member

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    Unfortunately I don't have any spare parts for the Ruger. It was given to me as is from a relative. You obviously know a lot more than I do about what has been replaced or changed. Thank you for letting me know.
     
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  4. JDCurry

    JDCurry Bothell, WA New Member

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    I would like to repost this ad with a more realistic price given the transfer bar issue. Is the $200 range more accurate?

    Thanks for your time.
     
  5. drstrangelove

    drstrangelove Vancouver, WA Active Member

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    $200 is a screaming good deal. If you were closer I'd hand it back to you and tell you to keep it. Family heirlooms can't be replaced and you'll be in a world of regret down the road. Save it for your kids!
     
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  6. nextgenar

    nextgenar roseburg Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    My opinion and it's just that, $200 is too cheap for a gun in that condition, I paid $199 for a 22 magnum model that was in considerably rougher condition, and it wasn't a 3 screw model, closer to $300 would still be a decent price on it.
     
  7. PDXSparky

    PDXSparky Keizer / Hillsboro Well-Known Member

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    $350 is good deal price. I'd buy it at that price IF I lived in WA.
     
  8. funtukywindage

    funtukywindage sherwood, OR Member

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    Of you come down this way closer to portland I'll take it.
     
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