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Unread 01-22-2008, 09:12 PM
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7mm Magnum

Ok, so I do not know a whole lot about fire arms to start.

I am going to sell a rifle of mine that I have probably shot 3 or 4 times. My brother is a very avid hunter and he gave me the gun as a gift several years ago.

I know you will probably need more information, but it is a Browning 7mm Magnum with a KDF barrel with a muzzle break and a Leopold scope. Everything is stainless and the stalk is composite.

Like I said I do not know the specific info as to each of the components model or anything like that, but in general what could I ask for the gun? What are the ideal uses?

I know it is a nice rifle, I just do not know how nice.
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Unread 01-25-2008, 05:35 PM
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Guns have a very good resale value these days, but are like anything else you can invest alot o cash in them and to some they're still a browning or remington or whatever. I've seen semi-customs go for $1000 bucks or more with the simular set up you have. Hard to say without seeing, but if you do sell i wouldn't take any less with leupold scope n all.
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