See the price now, thanks.
Your listed price definitely scared me off. You bought the rifle at a pawn shop correct? If so then you should have a general idea how much it's worth. Most pawn shops I know have multiple books to help them determine the value of a gun so I doubt what you paid for it is far off what somebody else might be willing to pay. I think you have to figure out how rare it really is and how much of a demand there is out there for it and then how much money you want to make off of selling it to members of MO. If you really want to find out what it will bring list it on GunBroker with a reserve and see what happens!Please do not let the list price be a determining factor in making an offer. I have no idea what the value of this rifle is, and I originally listed it without a price. I was instructed to add a price, or delete the listing. I think the only way to determine an accurate price is for the new owner to determine what the real value of this unique rifle is to him, as an extremely rare addition to add to/complete a collection. The number I listed is completely arbitrary to me. Thank you!