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Discussion in 'Sako Finnwolf VL63 lever actions' started by Mike Luciano, Sep 30, 2017.

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  1. Mike Luciano

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    Good Day All,


    I have a Finnwolf .308 that was given to me by my dad. SN#4303 w/ a period correct Redfield 3x9 scope and an extra magazine. All are in very good to excellent condition. Stock and a couple of minor dents, bluing looks great. Trying to figure out a value, as I'm going to be selling this gun. Any info. would be helpful. Thanks.
     

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    I sent you a PM
     
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    Clean Finnwolfs have been going in the $1,500 range recently. A magazine by itself is worth somewhere north of $200. The old Redfields are good scopes but don't bring too much money. If the scope is mounted in original factory Sako rings that adds; if in Redfield rings that is neutral, and if in Weaver rings that deducts. Modifications such as added pad, removed sights, missing sight hood, vented barrel or muzzle brake, etc. will lower those values some. Finally, condition is always in the eye of the beholder and what one person calls "nice", or "clean", or "95%" may look worse to some other buyer.

    Here's one on the open market which describes much like yours. Watch it sell in a couple of days and that will give you a sense of where the market is right now. http://www.gunbroker.com/item/698757958
     
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    Here are some photos of the gun that I took yesterday.


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    The best time to sell your gun is Feb. on gunbroker. Start the listing late Sunday night and run it for two weeks, starting at a penny. I'd hang on to the second clip and sell it separately.
     
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    WOW. That Wolf looks handsome in the darker wood. I might classify the stock as just barely north of light handling marks. Still a nice piece however.
     

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