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Old 09-06-2018, 04:43 PM
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My new to me HM2. Matt finish, tailed Neider, skeletal grip, jeweled bolt, checkered bolt knob, inletted studs, upgraded checkering, and upgraded wood.

Travis---Really like your cooper! Well worth the money if they shoot like they should which most do. I had one done at Cooper in the spring, it was a hunter with a custom classic stock. I sent it up to Cooper for the action to be fitted to stock and the bolt engraved. The bolt was already jeweled before i sent it up. Had it done to trade stocks out in case I go shoot squirrels with it. Very pleased with it how it turned out.
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Old 09-07-2018, 11:28 AM
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I'm looking forward to fondling that one at Shawnee in a couple weeks Trav! A fantastic score for you! No wonder WATCHADDIC is so jealous. Have you got him up to $6,000.00 yet??????
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Old 09-08-2018, 08:19 PM
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No Mike. This will be a hard one to let go of.
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Old 10-06-2018, 08:48 PM
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Honestly, I do not know how the folks who work at Cooper get any work done. I wouldn't last long at all. I'd be fired for staring, ogling, compulsive drooling, and grinning idiotically. These rifles are pure artistry. Those of you who are fortunate enough to own a Cooper, count that blessing.
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Old 10-07-2018, 04:12 PM
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Honestly, I do not know how the folks who work at Cooper get any work done. I wouldn't last long at all. I'd be fired for staring, ogling, compulsive drooling, and grinning idiotically. These rifles are pure artistry. Those of you who are fortunate enough to own a Cooper, count that blessing.
Cooper rifles are well worth the hassle of moving a few firearms you do not use or shoot anymore to acquire one of these fine rifles,
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Old 10-07-2018, 05:48 PM
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I finally figured out how to post to post a picture. They are not good ones, but they will have to Make do., I would like to find out more about my Cooper Mod. 36 Classic .22LR. The Serial # is 716. Bought it from Gander Mountain, in 2002, Installed a Leupold Vx 2 - 3-9 X 40 X scope in the rings that came with the rifle, put it into the safe, and went to live in our winter home, in FL, for eight months. Sorry to say, I never did get the Cooper out again to shoot it. Now, at 86 I'm too old! I'd love to get some idea of the age, and worth of this rifle. Can any of you experts help me to find out? Thanks.

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I posted these pictures of my Cooper rifle, post 115, quite a while ago. I never did get an answer as to the rifle's approximate worth. I am older, and less able to shoot my guns, at 87, and never did get around to shoot, this Cooper 36, more than the 20 or so total rounds, that I fired in it, back in 2002. I'm again thinking about having to dispose of my meager collection of guns. My computing skills went the way of my memory, and I'd really appreciate an estimated worth, or asking price on this Cooper rifle, from the experts, here on this forum. Thanks.
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Old 10-07-2018, 07:46 PM
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The best way to do it is to go to gunsamerica.com or gunbroker.com, find a similar rifle to see what the asking prices is. I have never used it but I have been told that on gunbroker there is a feature that will let you see what the item sold for, quite often there can be a big difference between asking price and selling price.

The bad news is that at this time high-dollar guns are not bringing the prices they were just a couple of years ago. Lots of shooters now are into the long range and tactial game and it has sucked some of the air out of the high-end stuff.

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Old 10-08-2018, 08:00 AM
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I posted these pictures of my Cooper rifle, post 115, quite a while ago. I never did get an answer as to the rifle's approximate worth. I am older, and less able to shoot my guns, at 87, and never did get around to shoot, this Cooper 36, more than the 20 or so total rounds, that I fired in it, back in 2002. I'm again thinking about having to dispose of my meager collection of guns. My computing skills went the way of my memory, and I'd really appreciate an estimated worth, or asking price on this Cooper rifle, from the experts, here on this forum. Thanks.
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First let me say I am no expert on cooper 36 values. Second, your classic is very, very nice. I have 3 36s at the moment. As a rule they do not bring as much as the 57m models. Most classics should bring in the 1300-1600$ range. The scope should be 150-200$ This is just my opinion from watching the market. Lately there have been a lot of 36s listed pretty high. And not selling. Basically they are worth what someone will pay. I for one think they are a tremendous value for the money. I would guess your gun was built in the mid 90s with a Shilen barrel.
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Old 10-08-2018, 05:52 PM
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My Cooper 57m LVT .17 hmr, that I no longer have.
Sadly, about 8 years ago I got rid of my nice rifles and bought a bunch of AR’s.

But this is one of the ones I miss the most!
Maybe one day I can replace it!!
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Old 12-14-2018, 12:11 AM
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22LR LVT - first Cooper! waiting on a AAA+ stock, but shoots well. Bolt is a little stiff.
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Old 12-15-2018, 04:58 PM
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My Cooper 57m LVT .17 hmr, that I no longer have.
Sadly, about 8 years ago I got rid of my nice rifles and bought a bunch of ARís.

But this is one of the ones I miss the most!
Maybe one day I can replace it!!
For a bunch of AR's???? I have now lost all faith in humanity....
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Old 12-16-2018, 09:22 AM
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My Cooper 57m LVT .17 hmr, that I no longer have.
Sadly, about 8 years ago I got rid of my nice rifles and bought a bunch of AR’s.

But this is one of the ones I miss the most!
Maybe one day I can replace it!!
For a bunch of AR's???? I have now lost all faith in humanity....<img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/confused.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Confused" class="inlineimg" />
It was a rash politically driven decision, that was promptly regretted.
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One of my coopers. I decided to build a silhouette rifle out of a 57M


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