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Old 02-23-2019, 11:52 AM
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I have a Weatherby .22 clip fed rifle.I bought it so many years ago I can't remember when.It has been in my safe forgotten until yesterday whenIi reached in the safe to take out another rifle.The rifle was made in Italy and I have about 6 or 7 10 shot magazines I purchased at that time.I bought the rifle from Weatherby's when the shop was on Firestone Blvd.Thanks for any replies.Rod

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Old 02-23-2019, 12:16 PM
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Condition? $50-60 a pop for nice condition original Italian magazines.
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Old 02-23-2019, 12:47 PM
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A quick check on Gunbroker for sold Italian-made XXIIs showed selling prices ranging from $351 to $999, depending on exactly which version you have and what condition it is in. The early Italian models had plain wood stocks, later models had a bit fancier stocks with white line spacers, butt pad, pistol grip caps, etc. And, of course, condition is paramount. If its been sitting in your safe, it is probably in very good condition.

As Huskaboom noted, the mags are worth some money on their own. I've seen some on Gunbroker advertised for $75-$110!! Of course, they're still there. I bought an early version Italian-made XXII with a plain wood stock, used, with one 5-round mag, a few years back for $325. So, somewhere between $325 and $1000 is the answer to your question.
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I have a Weatherby .22 clip fed rifle.I bought it so many years ago I can't remember when.It has been in my safe forgotten until yesterday whenI reached in the safe to take out another rifle.The rifle was made in Italy and I have about 6 or 7 5 shot magazines I purchased at that time.I bought the rifle from Weatherby's when the shop was on Firestone Blvd.Thanks for any replies.Rod
I am sorry I omited the condition.I would say its in mint conditon. no dings, and no scratches
The rifle has a 3/4" 4 power Redfield scope mounted on the rifle.It is in mint condition also.The cross hairs appear to be fine across hair.The stock does not have a tip on it.The serial number is 5 digits.No white spacers in between the butte stock plate and the stock.Thr stock is dark with a beautiful grain.

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Wow, a true safe queen. You might want to look at Gunbroker for any current offerings, and if you establish an account, you can check for completed listings; these are items that have either been sold or the listing time period expired, they often get re-listed. You'll have a better idea of value after looking at the sold items similar to your specific gun.

Or, you could list it in the RFC Trading Post sub-forum. Sounds like a very nice gun. Good pics will help the sale.
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Old 02-25-2019, 06:14 PM
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Offer the scope separately.
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Old 02-26-2019, 02:01 PM
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Does the side of your rifle say P.Berreta / Weatherby .... ?
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Old 02-27-2019, 11:48 AM
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My rifle has "Made in Italy".
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I have a Weatherby .22 clip fed rifle.I bought it so many years ago I can't remember when.It has been in my safe forgotten until yesterday whenIi reached in the safe to take out another rifle.The rifle was made in Italy and I have about 6 or 7 10 shot magazines I purchased at that time.I bought the rifle from Weatherby's when the shop was on Firestone Blvd.Thanks for any replies.Rod

Just curious? What year did you buy the rifle?

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I agree if you sell it put the scope separately, Baby Redfield? If so a couple hundred. I sold a Italian all walnut model for $600 hundred I believe last fall but I had refinished the stock, it actually was extremely nice and Brownells could not tell it was a refinish even though I did say so. They also had a very nice deluxe Italian model like yours with a Weatherby scope they sold that was listed at $1150, not sure what they sold it for but typically won't take off more than $100 in that price range. I have a Japanes one that will will take close to a grand to get it away from me if I ever let it go.
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Just curious? What year did you buy the rifle?

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My guess would be around 1966-1967.It has been so long ago.
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