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Old 08-13-2020, 03:23 PM
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Hi guys

You were very helpful with my other post, apparently itís raining Mark IIís lately here. This one just popped up and I may have a chance at it. They may leave it up to me to make an offer. No box or papers. Is this long-barrel model desirable? Iíll attach two pics I was sent. Would appreciate any thoughts and possibly a fair value. Thanks in advance.

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Old 08-13-2020, 03:30 PM
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While I can't suggest a knowledgeable value, I do know that's a desirable model.

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Old 08-13-2020, 03:52 PM
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Hi guys

You were very helpful with my other post, apparently it’s raining Mark II’s lately here. This one just popped up and I may have a chance at it. They may leave it up to me to make an offer. No box or papers. Is this long-barrel model desirable? I’ll attach two pics I was sent. Would appreciate any thoughts and possibly a fair value. Thanks in advance.

Jon
Jon,

The MkII 10" Stainless Target is a desirable find and from what I've read, a very accurate long barrel rimfire. Although it's available in the MkIV, the MkII should be ready-to-shoot (has a target trigger) that may not need anything more than maybe a $25 VQ sear for perfection.

As far as value, depends on it's condition. Here's a MkII N-I-B that appears a reasonable price to follow, but of course still has 6-days left on the auction.

Personally, I might be interested between $300-$400, but I'm not really looking for a 10" rimfire...too front heavy for me!

Good Luck...let us know how it goes!!

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Old 08-13-2020, 03:53 PM
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seem to sell in the 600-700 range , sometimes more, based on the area of the country. This is a very nice fun to shoot once gun , you learn to handle the long barrel off hand.
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Old 08-13-2020, 05:23 PM
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The MK II 10" models I see selling on Gunbroker for around the same price or more than the MK IV 10" models . In nice condition I would say the stainless model would fall in the $500 -$700 range particularly if it includes the original box.
If it has some scratches/handling marks that should bring the price down a bit but the stainless guns clean up real well ...not at all difficult to remove scratches and light marks.
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Old 08-13-2020, 06:45 PM
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No box or docs. $400 -$500.
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Old 08-13-2020, 07:58 PM
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Jon,

The MkII 10" Stainless Target is a desirable find and from what I've read, a very accurate long barrel rimfire. Although it's available in the MkIV, the MkII should be ready-to-shoot (has a target trigger) that may not need anything more than maybe a $25 VQ sear for perfection.

As far as value, depends on it's condition. Here's a MkII N-I-B that appears a reasonable price to follow, but of course still has 6-days left on the auction.

Personally, I might be interested between $300-$400, but I'm not really looking for a 10" rimfire...too front heavy for me!

Good Luck...let us know how it goes!!

Ted
This one's NIB with all paperwork & both the inner & outer boxes . It's a pretty nice find if you're looking for one . Out of curiosity I'm going to keep an eye on it . I say it goes for over $800 .
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seem to sell in the 600-700 range , sometimes more, based on the area of the country. This is a very nice fun to shoot once gun , you learn to handle the long barrel off hand.
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Old 08-13-2020, 09:02 PM
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Any Mk II is a desirable pistol in my book. :-)

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Old 08-13-2020, 10:36 PM
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Stainless ten inch, no box, one magazine, scratched barrel, it would sell for $500-550 here pre-covid. If it was pristine, up to $650, another $50 with the box.
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I probably should be a big ashamed

Within the past year I bought two MKIIs, one a KMK512 and a KMK678GC
for the grand price combined of $750 dollars via Gunbroker.com both are
LNIB with all original boxes and paperwork; Ok you can now call me any
thing you like, I'll live.
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Old 08-13-2020, 10:58 PM
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Within the past year I bought two MKIIs, one a KMK512 and a KMK678GC
for the grand price combined of $750 dollars via Gunbroker.com both are
LNIB with all original boxes and paperwork; Ok you can now call me any
thing you like, I'll live.
Very lucky
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Within the past year I bought two MKIIs, one a KMK512 and a KMK678GC
for the grand price combined of $750 dollars via Gunbroker.com both are
LNIB with all original boxes and paperwork; Ok you can now call me any
thing you like, I'll live.
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I generally don't believe that optics belong on pistols, but I'd certainly consider having a scope on a 10" model. I'd bid up to $600 if it were D&T'd and up to $500 if not. Maybe $50 more for NIB.
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This one's NIB with all paperwork & both the inner & outer boxes . It's a pretty nice find if you're looking for one . Out of curiosity I'm going to keep an eye on it . I say it goes for over $800 .
I was close ...it sold for $785.00 ! A couple of hundred more than a NIB MK IV 10" model. I often see certain MK II models that sell used for as much or more than a comparable MK IV if in excellent condition.

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