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Reply #15 - Sep 4th, 2017 at 4:36pm
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Reply #16 - Sep 4th, 2017 at 7:34pm
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If it's extremely difficlut or impossible to come up with components I think the price would be lower. .25 Stevens Rimfire is a good example. If its a centerfire and components are available and it's a cartridge I don't have a rifle for I am willing to pay a fair price for a good example. Sometimes you can get a deal on one of these. I got a Stevens 44 in .28-30 for what I considered a steal on Gunbroker a while back because of the odd chambering which I had been looking for.
  
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Reply #17 - Sep 4th, 2017 at 8:38pm
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Personally I think the .25 Stevens rimfire, or other calibers that are unavailable and not reloadable are valid reasons for a lower value to a gun. Considering how many companies are making all sorts of odd cases today, any cartridge that's got a removable primer can be reloaded pretty easy.
I remember jumping through all sorts of hoops to reload numerous obsolete cartridges 20-30 years ago. But it's so much simpler today, and in many cases the cartridge doesn't need any, or much reworking.
But I sure wish the .25 rimfire would get some ammo runs! I'm down to 5 or 6 boxes of .25 Stevens Cannuck ammo!
  

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Reply #18 - Sep 5th, 2017 at 5:14am
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You asked for a range ,

Market for that rifle is very small. At the low end as parts action 600 dollars rest of the parts another 300. Parted would sell fast. Collectors will pay if they want it won't if it's not right. Experienced collector will spot added vanish. I can't tell from the photos.  Appears to me it's as it left Stevens with normal use wear may not on actual examination. 900 dollars for fast sale to a dealer who has to make a profit on re sale. He will use parts price as a floor. On a table at a gun show frequented by single shot buyers agree with Marlinguy, 1300-1500 asking price.

Few shows that fit that discription. March Baltimore show one for sure, and understand the Oregon show is strong on single shots. Big Las Vegas show is focused on condition and high end, doubt it would sell there.

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Reply #19 - Sep 5th, 2017 at 9:51am
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boats wrote on Sep 5th, 2017 at 5:14am:
You asked for a range ,
Few shows that fit that discription. March Baltimore show one for sure, and understand the Oregon show is strong on single shots. Big Las Vegas show is focused on condition and high end, doubt it would sell there.

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Denver May show has more single shots than any gun show I've ever seen! It's always been known as a place to buy or sell old single shot rifles.
  

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Reply #20 - Sep 5th, 2017 at 10:18am
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Add that one to the list. Thing about the shows if you don't have a table walking with the gun generally brings low offers, and you have the cost of attending.

Best way to sell a Stevens is right here . I have never gone wrong buying or selling on this forum.

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Reply #21 - Sep 5th, 2017 at 1:56pm
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The rifle has a new home. Thanks for the value estimates and interest.
  
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