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Old December 8, 2019, 01:57 PM   #8
T. O'Heir
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Join Date: February 13, 2002
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"...a professional trigger job..." While that's a good thing, it does nothing for the value. Neither does a floated barrel. The synthetic stock, regardless of the brand, detracts form the value due to the increased felt recoil. The barrel length will matter too. 24" is standard.
Anyway, there's a scoped, Mag-Na ported, wood stocked, M77 on Gunbroker at $390. Another without a scope at $599. Plus several more in that range with and without scopes. And then it gets stupid with dealers who think they're going to get rich selling used hunting rifles.
"...and free floating..." That guarantees nothing. Some rifles like it. Some do not. The only way to find out if a particular rifle does or not is to try it. Putting a pressure point back in isn't a big deal if it does not.
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