Am I allowed to ask?
I have looked all through this site and I can't find anywhere that would give me the approx value of a gun is this allowed to be on here or not????
sure, I'm positive someone here has an updated gun value book to help you out. I have several books but they are getting a bit too old to give an updated value but fire away.
OK here goes!
I found a Ruger MarkII Target Pistol made in 1989 with about 90% bluing and in real good working order. It is a 22 with 2 clips. Does anyone have any idea what a fair price would be? I'm in sort of a fix i"m the boss and the fellow selling it is an employee and I don't want to get into the boss took advantage of the help. He doesn't have to sell it, it is just he doesn't shoot it anymore.??? He approached me about it.
I need input, thanks in advance
How much is he asking for it?
in ex condition 220-200, in good cond 200-165, fair 150-130 these #'s are ball park only. Something I would give for it.
He is asking $175 with 2 clips and a camo holster. I remember when he bought it and he does take good care of his equipment.
I think its a fair price.
I think it's a fair price also and all that really matters is that, both the buyer and seller are equally happy with the deal.
From an updated gun value book the price of that pistol is spot on for the condition that you described. The barrel length makes a slight difference in price but it only changes about $10 or so.
As long as we're looking things up...
Anyone on here ever hear of a "Coupes 9 Unique"??
I inherited several .32 cal pistols
From around WW1 an Iver Johnson revolver.
and from WWII a CZ, a JP Sauer and Sohn, a Colt, and this "Coupes 9 Unique"
The Colt was obviously an American side arm, and according to my uncles notes the rest were Nazi side arms, I haven't been able to find any information about the "Coupes" other than it was commisioned by Hitler for select officers from a French company during the German occupation.
Anyone have any idea what this may be worth? appears to be in great condition, one small spot that the nickel plate apears to have worn through on the grip but otherwise looks nice.
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