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What is the value of a 30-30 Centennial 66 Winchester?

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2005-11-26 17:18:45
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I paid $250.00 for my 1966 Winchester Centennial at a Texas Gun Show without the box and I had been fired. It is in great condition. I have seen others asking $450.00 plus for the same. I would take $425.00 for mine. If you consider fair market value to be what Im willing to take and your willing to give then $400-425 should be close. John Overturf joverturf@mail.ev1.net

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