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Victoriagotagun
07-23-2012, 10:11
How much are used 10/22's going for in your area? I know it depends on the area but I'm curious as to how much they vary.

minnshooter
07-23-2012, 20:15
$160-185

DJ Niner
07-24-2012, 00:59
$160-185I'd say that's fairly close to the price range in my area, also. I occasionally see one a bit cheaper at a pawn shop, but it's usually pretty beat; minty ones at the bigger sporting-type stores are often just below new-gun prices.

NEOH212
07-24-2012, 02:51
I haven't seen a used 10/22 in years around here!

cheapshot
07-24-2012, 15:41
Saw a 10-22 mag go for 795.00 at an auction last weekend. The standard 10-22 brought 215.00 with a cheap 4-32 scope on it. Both guns were of course used, but in excellent condition. Some of the other guns that sold went astronomically high. Areally nice 1100 Rem with rifled slug barrel brought over 800.00! I first thought it was a relative of the seller bidding, but it wasn't.

Bill Keith
07-26-2012, 04:38
$140 to $180. I'm hangin loose scoutin pawn shops for a beater for a project..don't intend to spend more than $125:wavey:

VN350X10
07-27-2012, 22:41
We haven't had a used 10-22 in our gunshop in about 3 years.
When we get a new one in , a week is a long "hang time" on the wall !


uncle albert

mattbg
07-27-2012, 23:39
You can get new ones in Portland for $180 on sale at Bi Mart, no reason to buy used.

VN350X10
07-28-2012, 07:16
Actually, I'd rather have an older one, as the new ones have a PLASTIC trigger group.
Plastic belongs on Glocks, not Rugers !

Ol' Dirty
07-29-2012, 00:29
I recently paid $200 for a slightly used international version 10/22 with the mannlicher stock. May have slightly overpaid but I haven't seen a used, unmolested 10/22 show up for sale in quite a while. The mannlicher is cool and no plastic so I jumped on it.

VN350X10
07-29-2012, 04:55
I work in a gunshop & I would have paid 2 hundo for an Int. Haven't seen one of those in a LONG time

uncle albert