its basically worth what you have into it. keep in mind when people spend the money on a custom they want it how they want it they are spending the extra money so they dont want to comprimise. so with that in mind if you find someone who wants exactly what you have they would be more inclined to buy yours because there is no wait time. if its not exactly what they want they wont want to pay full price, however if its less than what they want costs then the comprimise may be worth it. im guessing the 2000-2500 range? depending on what kind of action work has been done (machine time) you have about 1500 in stock bbl and action it looks like.
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