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Asking price: Wilson Combat/Scattergun Technologies Standard model?

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by PhuzzyGnu, Nov 28, 2003.

  1. PhuzzyGnu

    PhuzzyGnu Señor Member

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    An impending family financial crisis is looming that may make it neccessary for me to liquidate assets.

    One of these assets is a Wilson Combat/Scattergun Technologies Standard Model 870 with a black Armor-Tuff finish.

    Description, directly from the Wilson Combat website:

    "Standard Model

    All the best features in one complete package! Street-proven pump action with an 18" cylinder bore barrel. Extended magazine with a total capacity of 7 rounds. Four- or six-shot Sidesaddle shell carrier. Black synthetic stock, 6-volt SureFire Tactical Light, and Multi-Purpose Tactical Sling. Rust-resistant finish.

    Standard Model Specifications:

    Remington 12 ga. 3" 870 Magnum with an 18" barrel (cylinder bore)
    Adjustable TRAK–LOCK® Ghost Ring rear sight, ramp-type front sight with tritium self-luminous insert
    Extended Magazine Tube, total capacity: 7
    Sidesaddle Shell Carrier, extended capacity: 6
    Synthetic Buttstock and Tactical Fore Grip with 11,000 candlepower light
    High-Visibility, Non-Binding Follower
    Extra-Power Heavy-Duty Stainless Magazine Tube Spring
    Jumbo Head Safety
    Multi-Purpose Tactical Sling
    Buttstock Swivel and Rigid Magazine Tube Sling Mount
    Mil-Spec Black Manganese Phosphate Finish (Parkerized) or Armor-Tuff"


    I am ashamed to admit that I only recently aquired this firearm an it has never been fired by me. Wilson Combat test-fired it before shipment. I have only looked at it and loaded it with Federal Tactical #4 and 00 Buck.

    The firearm is 99.9% pristine and still has the Wilson gunsmith's oil on it. The ONLY flaws are a tiny (1/16") scratch on the front corner of the front sight (probably shipped like this from Wilson Combat) and the wear of loading a few dozen shells.

    How much is it worth?

    -p.
     
  2. Bravo

    Bravo Millennium Member

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    PhuzzyGnu,

    I would say around 750-800. I wouldn't go any lower then that. I know it is in pristine condition and you have not fired it but it is still considered used.

    I have one and love it but with the Surefire forend added.

    Eagle out.