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5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 7:36 PM
Anybody know anything about this pistol and what its worth in 98-99% condition, with 100% being unfired.

It only has 100 rounds fired thru it. Other then that, its in perfect condition.
I am trying to figure out a value for it. Let me know. Thanks!
http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn173/5150Marcelo/ruger.jpg
Pistol in photo is not actual pistol.

5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 8:13 PM
ttt

USN CHIEF
07-07-2008, 9:01 PM
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=103850388

Slayer
07-07-2008, 9:03 PM
I'll give ya $150!

Blue
07-07-2008, 9:07 PM
its 100% unfired with only 100rds through it? :confused:

5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 9:11 PM
its 100% unfired with only 100rds through it? :confused:

I said its in 98-99% with 100% being unfired.
10%= trashed, no good.
50%= pretty beat up yet still funtions.
98-99%= like new, flawless, 100 rounds fired thru it
100%= BNIB and unfired.

Sorry blue. I forgot youre a little S-L-O-W.:p:D

5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 9:12 PM
I'll give ya $150!

Its not mine, it was offered to me for a good price. I was just wondering if there was a potential to turn it.

Blue
07-07-2008, 9:15 PM
I said its in 98-99% with 100% being unfired.
10%= trashed, no good.
50%= pretty beat up yet still funtions.
98-99%= like new, flawless, 100 rounds fired thru it
100%= BNIB and unfired.

Sorry blue. I forgot youre a little S-L-O-W.:p:D

Bah. I took a fat nap this after noon and I'm in a total fog. Painkillers and beer aint helpin either.

5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 9:20 PM
Bah. I took a fat nap this after noon and I'm in a total fog. Painkillers and beer aint helpin either.

Hey, its ok Blue. Share the pills and beer with me and we'll get over it together!:D

ke6guj
07-07-2008, 9:22 PM
Hey, its ok Blue. Share the pills and beer with me and we'll get over it together!:DYOu don't want what Blue had. He almost took a permanent dirt nap. http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/showthread.php?t=109658

5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 9:25 PM
Oh I know. I just want the meds... and his beer!

Guntech
07-07-2008, 9:26 PM
Anybody know anything about this pistol and what its worth in 98-99% condition, with 100% being unfired.

It only has 100 rounds fired thru it. Other then that, its in perfect condition.
I am trying to figure out a value for it. Let me know. Thanks!
http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn173/5150Marcelo/ruger.jpg
Pistol in photo is not actual pistol.
Was worth 300 new when I got mine, does it have 50 year anniversary stamped on it. Shoots great eats everything




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5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 9:29 PM
Was worth 300 new when I got mine, does it have 50 year anniversary stamped on it. Shoots great eats everything/

Not sure about the stamp. Is the stamp good or...?

Blue
07-07-2008, 9:33 PM
Oh I know. I just want the meds... and his beer!

Mine! :chris:

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f73/Blue84s10/002-8.jpg

5150Marcelo
07-07-2008, 9:38 PM
Oh I know. I just want the meds... and his beer!

...and his XD!
LOL

maxicon
07-08-2008, 9:35 AM
If it's like the 50th anniversary model (and it looks like it is), it's a bit retro, in that the sights aren't adjustable and it's not drilled for a scope mount. This makes it worth less to some people who want a shooter with an optic on it. They started drilling and tapping the MkII somewhere in the middle of the production run, and older ones require either 'smithing or a mount that replaced the rear sight.

If you want it for the special features, it's worth a bit more than a standard MkII. If you want a shooter, it's worth the same, or a bit less if you care about DnT.

Guntech
07-08-2008, 9:37 AM
Not sure about the stamp. Is the stamp good or...?

The 50 Year Anniversary is rollmarked on top of the receiver it makes it more valuable because it is rarer

Slayer
07-08-2008, 9:42 AM
Its not mine, it was offered to me for a good price. I was just wondering if there was a potential to turn it.

Well why dont you pass a good deal on to a fellow Calgunner?

mike100
07-08-2008, 11:34 AM
A regular bare bones non-bull bbl blued mk II just sold here for $210 last week and it looked to be pretty clean still. It wasn't the special edition, but otherwise the same pistol.

I also just bought a stainless mk II with the longer bbl and the "government model" designation for $300. Those had their barrels laser aligned since they were being sold as marksmanship trainers and might be worth a bit more than a regular mk II..but anyways, I'd say between $200 to $300 bucks since you can get other desirable models for 3 bills.

mike452
07-09-2008, 10:11 PM
Don't get it! It won't be easy to turn it and make a profit.

Short blue pencil barrel is a very bad combo.

Matt P
07-09-2008, 11:24 PM
The appeal of this pistol is its being collectable.
If its one of the ones with a serial number between one and a hundred, this would raise its value.
I purchased one in that range for my son when he was 5.
It is my hope that it will be quite valuable one day, as the series of MK IIs are quite popular.
I would think one would purchase it for collecting and not shooting. That was my intent for my boy.

Ruger "Bill Ruger" Endowment Mark II .22lr, high polish blue finish, NRA logo/Bill Ruger Endowment logo on top of frame, faux ivory grips, w/ red eagle logo, 4" barrel. Gun is new in the box.


The above for $399.00

Possibly buy it, and store it away, a couple more years and it will just go up some more...