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      Question considering selling a rifle, got a pricing question

      I have a LNIB Remington 710 in 30-06, only had 8 flawless rounds of winchester super-x 150grain's through it, and only to site it in after using a bore sitter(last 3 got a 1.5in group at 200 yds), comes with everything it originally did(scope, lock and papers) it was purchased in December and hunted with on 3 occasions. Ive seen them on Auctionarms and Gunbroker for around 300-350, so what should i ask for mine?

      Any info is appreciated thanks.

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      Start the bid out at the least you'll take for it. Good luck.

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      I'd just price it in line with what you see on the auction/sale sites, if you're doing a private sale. Gun values are very regional, though.

      Baldy's advice is excellent if you are selling it at auction.

      A dealer will obviously give you only a small percentage of its value, compared to an individual.
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      $359 is list price from Remington. Cabelas is selling them here in CT for $329. I love my 710 in .270, but there is a recall on them right now. search "710" at remington.com

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      ya i already looked mine up, and its not on the recall list, from what i understand it was only a certain set of serial numbers

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      Look back at GunBroker and see what they're actually selling at not what ppl are starting them out at. Gotta look at he actually sold ones. Looks like $250 is about what they're going for. Hate to say it but this particular model just doen't have great reputation (partially due to it's recall) so they will likely command a rather low reslae value.

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      I had to have mine repaired after one week in the woods. The plastic magazine retention clip broke and a magazine would not stay in the gun. Otherwise, I do love the gun. Average .75" @ 100yds with 130gr nosler partitions. Not bad out of the box.

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