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Thread: WHAT IS A FAIR PRICE FOR THIS KIT?

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    WHAT IS A FAIR PRICE FOR THIS KIT?

    Please, i do take the jokes and piss everyone here give me and the others but, please it is a matter of financial "problems" and i want to sell this gear for the fairest price i can get.
    My tikka has been for sale before and since then i decide to keep it, in the main time i "contract" some financial issues and reluctant need to see it go.

    Tikka T3 Lite (standard), 22" barrel thread, Hushpower suppressor, Warne rings, Vortex Vipre HS-T 4-16X44 MOA second focal plane, less than 140 rounds shot thru it and mostly hand loads, standard 3 rounds magazine and well look after.

    Please, tell me your "opinion" or offer if interested.

    Cheers.

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    Split it all up and $1 reserve is all, you'd be surprised.
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    Is it of any particular calibre...or can you feed anything into it?
    Which is worse, ignorance or apathy...I don't know and don't care.

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    calibre?

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    Sorry guys, i just "forgot" the caliberů
    7mm-08

    Cheers.

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    Is it of any particular calibre...or can you feed anything into it?

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    So what does it owe you?
    Which is worse, ignorance or apathy...I don't know and don't care.

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    Paid around ~$2900 all togetherů

    Quote Originally Posted by Spook View Post
    So what does it owe you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage1 View Post
    Split it all up and $1 reserve is all, you'd be surprised.
    It's a bit daunting, but surprisingly it gets substantial results!
    "Professionals are predictable but the world is full of dangerous amateurs"

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    I do believe you, my problem is I need cash and knowing everyone would like a bargain I can't just "give it away", if it was possible I would give t to my kids.


    Quote Originally Posted by Shooter View Post
    It's a bit daunting, but surprisingly it gets substantial results!

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    I've just purchased the same scope so bad timing on my part...!
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    To be honest, if you want to sell it quick $1300- 1400 for the rifle, can & rings. Sell the scope separate ( sorry not sure what they go for ) but 50- 60% of retail

    Trust me - I know what it's like to have to sell ya stuff when things are tuff ,it farken sucks, seems like you'll giving all ya hard work away.

    But if you need the funds take it on the chin & work through it
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    well its the market to buy lets just say that, ive lost over 2k in my last escapade. but dont let that daunt you i think the breaking up and 1$ reserve is a good option but it sells for what it sells for. The other optioon is coming up with a money mark your happy with put the reserve 200$ lower than this and see what happens. The fact is its a shit time to be recuperating money from firearms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipo View Post
    To be honest, if you want to sell it quick $1300- 1400 for the rifle, can & rings. Sell the scope separate ( sorry not sure what they go for ) but 50- 60% of retail

    Trust me - I know what it's like to have to sell ya stuff when things are tuff ,it farken sucks, seems like you'll giving all ya hard work away.

    But if you need the funds take it on the chin & work through it
    I agree I have been in that position as well not nice to have to do it and takes ages to get your gear back together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cartman View Post
    well its the market to buy lets just say that, ive lost over 2k in my last escapade. but dont let that daunt you i think the breaking up and 1$ reserve is a good option but it sells for what it sells for. The other optioon is coming up with a money mark your happy with put the reserve 200$ lower than this and see what happens. The fact is its a shit time to be recuperating money from firearms.
    Well, I am not trying to "recuperate" money but sell it for "the right price", please understand a fair price if one.
    I just will not just give it away as I cant, if I could I would keep it as I primary plan.

    Thank you everyone.

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    If you need cash I would also recommend splitting it and doing $1 reserves on tardme, in a past job we did a LOT of tardme sales and we consistently got more from the $1 reserves than any other way. Also do the full promo package and the extra long auction with the end around 20.30 Sunday night.
    Unfortunately you are very unlikely to get a better outcome any other way, especially if there is a timeframe

    It sucks to do it but I have had to sell toys myself more than once and I regret every time.
    At least what your thinking of selling can be easily replaced down the track when you have the funds
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