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Price Question

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Okay at the local DU supper I won a Browning Gold Hunter 3 1/2, all rush grass camo'd up... What is this thing worth?

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I was looking at them briefly a couple a weeks ago but cant remember the price, I'd call gander/sportsmans warehouse see what their gettin for them

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Not 100% sure but I think they go for 850.00 to 950.00. I know the camo is a bit more expensive than plain old black (or even wood!). TTfromblaine has some good advice; they'll be able to tell you over the phoen what a new one costs.

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Let us know if ur intrested in selling it if your not going to be using it. I know a few ppl who are looking to buy that gun.

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Thanks guys, called a guy I know that sells guns and he said his cost was around 850 so the 5 dollar ticket was worth it and then some I guess. I don't think I'll be selling it though, as it shoots like a dream.

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