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Telperion
06-20-2009, 1:26 PM
I saw a used mkII on consignment - stainless 5.5" bull barrel, Ruger factory thumbrest wood grips, and some trigger work done (although I did not get to dry fire it). Price $375. I would think $300-325 would be a good deal, but at $375?

ScottB
06-20-2009, 1:32 PM
You can always make an offer.

SCMA-1
06-20-2009, 2:05 PM
I got mine for $100.

SCMA-1

Voo
06-20-2009, 2:07 PM
I saw a used mkII on consignment - stainless 5.5" bull barrel, Ruger factory thumbrest wood grips, and some trigger work done (although I did not get to dry fire it). Price $375. I would think $300-325 would be a good deal, but at $375?

IMHO, $375 is a tad pricey..

My local shop wanted high 3's for an MKII.. I ended countering with $330 OTD (included all tax, dros etc etc). They agreed and we both walked away happy.

Dont' be afraid to ask to ask for a lower price.

professionalcoyotehunter
06-25-2009, 7:27 AM
I got one for $200 2 weeks ago.

Kingofthehill
06-25-2009, 7:48 AM
I saw a used mkII on consignment - stainless 5.5" bull barrel, Ruger factory thumbrest wood grips, and some trigger work done (although I did not get to dry fire it). Price $375. I would think $300-325 would be a good deal, but at $375?

Stainless Bull Barrel?... Id say 300-325 would be a very fair price in todays time. 22's are valuable right now and people are not getting rid of them since they are still cheap to shoot.

Id pay up to $350 for a clean STAINLESS MkII bull Barrel..

JOe

5150Marcelo
06-25-2009, 7:56 AM
where did you see this at?

Spyder
06-25-2009, 4:33 PM
I got mine, just like you describe, for about $325 out the door, years ago. I know I overpaid, but it was exactly what I wanted. It's only money, I'll make more of it!

Kinda pricey, but they aren't the easiest to find here in CA...and I *think* that they fell off the roster?