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    Xl7 w

    Anyone have info on the XL7-W, Have a chance to buy one new in the box but have no idea what the price range is.
    Have not seen one on internet for sale, are they hard to find?

    I have collected MR-7's for years but have no idea about the XL7-W's, thought might be a good one to add to the MR-7's.

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    It's an X7 with a wood stock.
    Nothing special. Nothing noteworthy.

    You can check completed auctions to see what the high end of the market is. Generally, market value is $250 or less. NIB may cost you a bit more.
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    I bought a XL7W 30-06 NIB for 395 bucks about 3 years ago. They are getting hard to find.............
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    Thanks for the info, have seen lot of xl's for sale but this is the first W I have run across. collect MR 7's and resembles them.
    Fellow is asking $450.00 NIB?

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    I would bring in 400 bucks cash and make that your final offer.
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    are there any New-Unfired examples around still?
    must be worth a bunch.
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    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Son of a Gun View Post
    Thanks for the info, have seen lot of xl's for sale but this is the first W I have run across. collect MR 7's and resembles them.
    Fellow is asking $450.00 NIB?
    I hope you are not just looking for "safe-queens". The X7 is amazingly accurate for the price, especially if you hand load. A shame not to regularly hunt with it.
    With a wooden stock, bed the receiver and free float the barrel. My 25-06 will put a 3 shot group of hand loaded 120gr fed fusions under a nickel.
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