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Value of these guns?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rgillis56, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. rgillis56

    rgillis56 Eugene Member

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    I was thinking about possibly selling or trading one of these guns. These are nice firearms, and I have an idea of about how much they're worth, but hopefully someone a bit more knowledgeable can give me a more accurate idea:

    The first one is a Browning .338 mag rifle. It has a black synthetic stock and stainless bolt/barrel. It has a Bausch and Lomb scope and a BOSS system. I also have a hard case for it and a couple boxes of ammo.

    Next is a Ruger GP100 .357 mag revolver, blued metal. Soft case.

    Last is a S&W Model 28 "Highway Patrolman", blued metal, wood grips. Soft case.

    All are in very good condition. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks all.
     
  2. cbzdel

    cbzdel Tacoma, WA Member

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    I look up going rates on gun broker to get a general idea... Then adjust as I see fit for item condition.
     
  3. rgillis56

    rgillis56 Eugene Member

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    Thanks for the reply cbzdel. I usually do the same, but I'm having trouble finding a similar Browning. I was told the orginal owner spent $2-$3,000 on it a decade or more ago, but that could be a wild exaggeration for all I know. There are plenty of the .357's to sift through though. It looks like they go from between $500-$650 for nice ones.
     
  4. shlo812

    shlo812 Centralia/Chehalis WA Member

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    I just sold a blued Ruger GP100 with a 6" barrel for $400 if that helps at all. Stainless ones tend to go for a little more than blued generally. I should mention that the one I sold was in 95% plus condition.
     
  5. rgillis56

    rgillis56 Eugene Member

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    This one has a 4" barrel and is in near perfect condition. I'm thinking about keeping that one and selling the s&w. Thanks for your input.
     
  6. huntpotter

    huntpotter SW WA Negotiator Bronze Supporter

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    I'ld keep the GP myself. I love em.

    Stainless/synthetic Browning A-bolt, $450-550.

    B&L scope, 3-9? 4-12? Power?, maybe $150-200.

    Hwy patrolman, $375.

    These are prices, I'ld expect to pay for a used gun 95% or better cond.
     
  7. Throckmorton

    Throckmorton Florence,Ore ah gone Well-Known Member

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    I'd agree with huntpotter on his prices.
     
  8. Buano

    Buano NC Member

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    Assuming the Browning is a first-generation Stainless-Stalker, it's a good gun, worth $600-$750. Decrease $50 everywhere but Alaska as the .338 is too much gun for most hunters. I've seen several sell lately.