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What is the value of a Mossberg 142k in very good condition?

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2008-02-16 00:40:38
2008-02-16 00:40:38

I have a 142k and it is a nice and fun rifle, no many out there but the last time that I check I had spotted one in GUNSAMERICA for $200, $250 in excellent conditions.

In the Gun Value Book 2006 it goes for $140 excellent / $110 VGood and $70 in NRA good conditions. No much in $

My suggestion it to keep it and have fun with it, if you need parts NUMRICH GUN PARTS have everything for this little rifles, ever the hard to find replacement Magazines. I'm saving mine for my son first rifle. it is compact and reasonable accurate.

Hope this help

Daniel

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