The first thing is "condition" for example NIB or new in box valueis a lot higher that fair or poor. Find a value book (the gun traders book published by Stoeger Arms will give you the condition guidelines and pricesAnother item to consider is if it is all original (no modifications , homemade patch jobs etc) , all original is usally worth more than refurbished , reblued etc. Something else on the 69A is the type of sights it has . I believe the ones with Lyman sights from the factory are worth a lot more than the standard factory sights . Ordinarily an old bolt action 22 isn't worth much but the 69a in the right condition and with the right sights was worth anywhere from $221 for a good condition to $594 for nib (add 20% for models with grooved receivers) according to the 25th edition of the Stoeger book . I think that they are up to version 28 now---- I check wal mart in the sporting goods section they usually have them on hand - Look it up for free there , or if you want to buy it they are about 15 or 20 $. Another good place to look is on GunsAmerica.com or on Gunbroker.com By the way the scope will make the gun worth less. People looking for these old 22's want them all original . The scope will lower the value.
Ballpark figure in excellent condition: about $1,000
i am sure it is what it is i will have the serial number next week please give me a ballpark figure
You can't. You can find the serial number and from that you can get a ballpark figure on date of manufacturer
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1953. Condition is everything when it comes to firearms. without pictures I can only ballpark your value as between ten dollars and four hundred fifty. If it is unfired in the original box, quadruple that last figure.
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Depends on many factors and the most important being condition. Click the link to get a ballpark figure.
Depends on make, model, condition. Post that information here and we can give you a ballpark figure.
While these are good guns they are not rare or terribly valuable. Figure on roughly $500 and you'll be in the ballpark.
1887, give or take a couple. Value is impossible to determine without knowing the condition. Winchester 1873's are very collectable if in original condition, with values that can range into the thousands of dollars. We would need to know a LOT more information to even get a ballpark figure. Start with caliber, barrel length, etc. Every little detail matters on these guns. Digital pictures would be a big help. firstname.lastname@example.org
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the value varies based on condition of coin and demand by collectors. Go to your local coin shop to get a rough ballpark figure.
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A lot depends on condition in unfireed condition they can go for as much as 1,000. It must have the box and paperwork with it to be of value to collectors. I good condition figure around 700.
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It just depends on what state. A very ballpark figure is approximately $70.00 - $87.00 per credit for a community college as an in-county resident.
About 185 for 1, So total around 370
Need more input ... like: * how many miles * engine configuration * optional equipment installed by factory KBB only goes back to 1988 ... might have to take that figure and lower it a bit, but at least you might get a ballpark figure.
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500 + 930 = 1430 But why do you need a ball park figure when the exact figure is so very easy to get? 1432