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Old 07-30-2021, 01:38 PM
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Hi folks, I’m asking for a acquaintance who has a decent shape completion target MKII. It has the VQ big honking black (urethane?) shaped grips, the original grips, two mags and all VQ internals. I’ll try to post a photo.

I was thinking $600 would be a fair price. It was used for bullseye shooting but he has moved up and thinking about selling it to offset a new 1911 purchase.

Any thoughts? Am I way off base?

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Old 07-30-2021, 01:38 PM
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Old 07-30-2021, 02:58 PM
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The price seems to vary depending on what part of the country you are in. My thoughts would be a little cheaper other than the parts. I would think in the 475 to 525 would be more in line. The box and paperwork will also get you more.
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Thanks, I was thinking around 5 bills and maybe a bit depending on condition, that and the parts would add $100. Really appreciate it. He wasn’t really sure of prices.
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You just don't know what it could bring. Not sure of the Volquartsen internals, that doesn't look like a Volquartsen trigger. The Volthane grips can or cannot be a plus, I personally never cared for them. That does appear to be in nice shape, and that is definitely a desirable model.
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Looks a lot like mine, and I like the big black grips. And mine really does have all the VQ internals. And I paid $300 at Cabellas in November 2019, had the rail , but no rings, 2 magazines, no box or paperwork. No pre travel clean crisp , light , break, no over travel and and a distinct reset.

If yours doesnt feel like its had $200 of trigger work, then it hasnt, and if so id price it at $300. No box no rail , no rings
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Looks a lot like mine, and I like the big black grips. And mine really does have all the VQ internals. And I paid $300 at Cabellas in November 2019, had the rail , but no rings, 2 magazines, no box or paperwork. No pre travel clean crisp , light , break, no over travel and and a distinct reset.

If yours doesnt feel like its had $200 of trigger work, then it hasnt, and if so id price it at $300. No box no rail , no rings
Sorry, but nice standards sell for $300 in my neck of the woods!

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You live in Commiefornia. Everything there is twice the price as everywhere else. Plus , so few guns on your approved list. Mostly smooth bore muzzle loaders
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Sorry, but nice standards sell for $300 in my neck of the woods!
I agree.

Add $50 for a target model, add another $100 for stainless, and you're at $450.

Original box, rings, papers, and so on - add maybe another $50.

Personally, I would never give any extra cash for "upgrades" done to a pistol. But I would deduct for anything that couldn't be easily returned to factory stock.
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I have one with Hogue grips and 3 mags. Used mostly for informal target and hunting. Great small game gun.
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Thanks everyone. Again, not mine just helping a brother out. I know nothing first hand and think it’s sold. The input and thoughts are super appreciated!
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I know that it isn't any of our business but since it was discussed on this forum, it would be interesting to know what the pistol sold for. I personally like reading these discussions. I found my stainless steel MKII 5.5 inch heavy bbl target at a gun show in 2017. It was as new with 2 magazines but the box with it did not match the pistol. Got it for $350 and was very pleased. Like me, a lot of shooters feel that the MKII is the pinnacle and most desirable of the series and will pay extra for them. However, the number of those shooters may dwindle as time goes by.
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I know that it isn't any of our business but since it was discussed on this forum, it would be interesting to know what the pistol sold for. I personally like reading these discussions. I found my stainless steel MKII 5.5 inch heavy bbl target at a gun show in 2017. It was as new with 2 magazines but the box with it did not match the pistol. Got it for $350 and was very pleased. Like me, a lot of shooters feel that the MKII is the pinnacle and most desirable of the series and will pay extra for them. However, the number of those shooters may dwindle as time goes by.
Iím interested too as to the selling price. So far I understand itís not sold.
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