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Old 08-24-2019, 08:13 AM
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We just had a pristine Mark XXII auto come into the store. It has the Weatherby 4x scope with the integral mounts. I would conservatively say that the gun is in 98% condition. No box. Any idea what the current value should be? I have an idea what it will sell for, just wondering if we're any where close.
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Old 08-24-2019, 01:28 PM
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Without seeing it, not knowing whether it's Italian or Japanese, assuming one magazine, average wood, give or take $100 either way, I would guess $800.
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You'll realize more is you sell the rifle and scope separately.
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I looked on Gunbroker in March 2018 prior to responding to a RFC member with a similar question. At that time, I found semi-autos recently sold ranged from a low of $341 to a high of $1230 (!!!). Most were in the $560-$800 range. For example, three mag-fed Japanese versions with the deluxe style stock (rosewood fore end & pistol grip cap, butt pad) sold for $605-$706; two of those had scopes. One early Italian version with a plain wood stock sold for $341.

Haven't looked recently, so no real input on pricing now.
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Those auto rifles were known for having some really nice ones with fancy wood on them. I would pay up for wood quality. I have a beretta made one -early without the rosewood tip and pistol grip cap, magazine fed and I paid 650.00 for it many years ago with oil finish wood. A example in the original box with papers will bring 1000 dollars plus.
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The tube fed versions seem to bring a slightly higher premium. People also seem to like the blond stocks with nice wood figuring.
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I have bought and Sold a few over the last couple of years and it seems like the values have dropped back a little in my area. I did see a nice but not pristine with the same scope and box go for $900 about 10 months ago but I don't think it would bring that now in my area. I don't watch gunbroker for them though.
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Though it has been awhile ago, in 2017 I sold a very nice 1st yr Nikko with box, all papers and the Weatherby scope for over $1,300.00 on GB. I do think the market has softened since then.
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This gun is made in Japan, has 1 magazine, delux stock with rosewood pistol grip cap and fore end tip. The stock is a light to medium color, with to my eye, above average figure. I think someone is going to get lucky with this one.
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