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Old 09-12-2013, 10:17 AM
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Hi I have a .54 cal hawkins remake that I thought I would sell. I was wondering if anyone in here knew a bit more then me about it? I have it priced in the classifieds for what i have into it $300 as far as I can tell it has never been fired, and I have never taken it more then 5 feet from my safe. It looks to be built very well. I would like to just stick to cartridge stuff for now on.

Is this properly priced for the brand and model? I will include a link to the classified. http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=820561
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I have an older version of the same rifle. Originally they were made by Armi San Marco (ASM), Italy. Mine is all steal and no brass, with a german silver nose cap. The older ones were made a little better with larger 1" wide barrels. Very good rifle. In my opinion these are better rifles than the more common TC Hawkens reproductions because of the heavier larger hammer and lock. Price seems to be very fear.
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Only down fall is it's an off brand, you may not get what you want for it due to the fact.
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Cool. I will see how it goes. I added a trade option to the listing. I would like to find a nice compound bow. Nothing more than a couple years old though. Compound bow technology seems to change faster than smart phones lol.
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That's a fair price for that rifle.
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I've found TCs for $75-$100 so, if you want to sell it fast, you're too high. If you want to wait for the right person, you're priced about right.
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I've found TCs for $75-$100 so, if you want to sell it fast, you're too high. If you want to wait for the right person, you're priced about right.
Those were Hawkins or inlines? Only TC Hawkin which is the style the OP has is asking $550 in the market place.
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Those were Hawkins or inlines? Only TC Hawkin which is the style the OP has is asking $550 in the market place.
Hawkins and Renegades. Yea, I can find good deals at brick and mortar gun stores.
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