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Old 01-17-2013, 12:12 PM
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hello all...theres a 5.5" blue bull barrel in excellent condition with one mag available at a local shop and they want $430 out the door for it...is that a little high?...just wondering...would like to get it for my 8 year old daughter...
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:16 PM
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Seems a little high to me.
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Old 01-17-2013, 3:05 PM
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Most people who own them won't sell them.Including me.Might be a little high,how many do you run across?

Might be worth it just for the chance to pick up a nice one.
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Seems high to me, you can get a new Mk III for that much.

Just checked Davidson's looks like they are all "allocated". WOW.
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Too high especially for only 1 magazine
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i would say its a bit high but thats the norm right now ...

i love my MK I and II's and would not part with mine either, in fact i had my eye out for a 10 incher for years now @ the right price
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Old 01-17-2013, 7:47 PM
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Thanks for all the responses...I guess if you take away the tax and dros it's roughly $375...ill think about it...
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Tell them you have $380 cash
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I would offer a bit less and see what happens, but I would still buy it at that price assuming the condition is ok.

Did you really have to mention the city it's located in?! I dont need the temptation.
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Because of my charm...I got it for 397.60 out the door ($345 for the gun)...in excellent condition...I will post a picture after I pick it up...
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Because of my charm...I got it for 397.60 out the door ($345 for the gun)...in excellent condition...I will post a picture after I pick it up...
Congrats!
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i would say its a bit high but thats the norm right now ...

i love my MK I and II's and would not part with mine either, in fact i had my eye out for a 10 incher for years now @ the right price
You mean like this?


No chance you are getting this one.

I think that price is a little high but Mark II's are hard to get because no one will let them go.
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Too high
Yeah I know....but hey I'm supporting a new local shop in Elk Grove and tired of waiting for a local one to pop up...
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The important thing is you got it for what you were willing to pay for it so that's a good thing for you.
Congratulations. Have fun and shoot the heck out of it!
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$430? sounds like the gun room/wild bills?

go to river city gun exchange i think i bought mine for about $399
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No chance you are getting this one.

I think that price is a little high but Mark II's are hard to get because no one will let them go.
nice but i want blued

one of these days i will get back to my mk II "carbine" project
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Depends on how much you want it. I have a MKII 22/45 stainless target model with a 5.5" bull barrel and I wouldn't part with it unless someone offered me a ridiculous price because I like it so much. At least to me, it's the greatest .22 pistol there is.
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Sounds too high.

Not on topic, just thought I'd share we recently ran across the (OLD!) check I wrote for a used Mk1 back in the early eighties.

$153.xx out the door.

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yeah...i know i overpaid...oh well...its a keeper....i have friends telling me they bought theirs for $80 etc, etc....but that was when gas was 75 cents a gallon...the previous owner is the owner of the shop and said he only fired it 100 rounds...



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I recently picked one up for $295, which included five Ruger magazines.
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I just bought a mkII from my co-worker for 125 with two magazines and a soft case. Mine is only a standard with the tapered barrel but is flawlees so still a great price I thought.
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