$300......even in 80% condition it's worth that.
They are fun to shoot and are reasonably accurate. I consider it to be a 100 yard gun. Think of it as a 22 that fires a bigger bullet.
They don't care for +P ammo. They get dirty fast, especially with slower flake powders.
Be careful of the solvents you use...the trigger group housing is ABS plastic and certain solvents will melt / dissolve them. Acetone, Benzene, Toluene, Xylene amongst others are all HUGE no no's.
Do not disassemble the trigger group unless you are ready for an exercise in frustration. You will need 5 slave pins and 4 hands to get it back together again.